2016 Honda Civic Coupe front 3/4 view
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2016 Honda Civic Coupe rear 3/4 view
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2016 Honda Civic Coupe front 3/4 view
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2016 Honda Civic Coupe rear 3/4 view
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2016 Honda Civic Coupe side view
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2016 Honda Civic Coupe front view
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2016 Honda Civic Coupe rear view
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2016 Honda Civic Coupe grille
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2016 Honda Civic Coupe headlight
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2016 Honda Civic Coupe side mirror
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2016 Honda Civic Coupe taillight
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2016 Honda Civic Coupe badge
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2016 Honda Civic Coupe engine
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2016 Honda Civic Coupe interior
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2016 Honda Civic Coupe interior
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2016 Honda Civic Coupe gauges
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2016 Honda Civic Coupe infotainment system
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2016 Honda Civic Coupe start button
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2016 Honda Civic Coupe center console
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2016 Honda Civic Coupe drive mode controls
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2016 Honda Civic Coupe rear seats
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2016 Honda Civic Coupe rear seats
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2016 Honda Civic Coupe trunk
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Honda has posted prices for the 2016 Civc Coupe, which we liked quite a bit during our First Drive. The base LX trim starts at $19,885 (after $835 destination for all models). That's $410 more than the 2016 sedan in LX guise, which goes for $19,475. The previous-gen 2015 Civic Coupe LX went for $19,125.

Honda keeps the features of the respective trim levels largely the same between the coupe and sedan. Even base cars come with amenities like LED running lights and a five-inch infotainment system. Where the two-door differs slightly is the unique LX-P version, which costs $21,685. It uses the same 2.0-liter four-cylinder with 158 horsepower and 138 pound-feet of torque, but gets the CVT standard. The LX-P also includes a moonroof, keyless entry with push-button start, and a remote engine starter.

If you want to experience Honda's lauded 1.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder's 174 hp and 162 lb-ft in the coupe, the least expensive option is the EX-T trim for $23,135. It also includes a seven-inch infotainment system, automatic climate control, and heated seats. The model is also only $100 more than the same version of the sedan.

According to the numbers currently on Honda's site, the top two coupe trims are actually cheaper than their four-door counterparts. The EX-L with leather upholstery and an auto-dimming rearview mirror costs $24,260 as a two-door versus $24,535 as a sedan. The range-topping Touring model costs $26,960 and includes the Honda Sensing active safety suite, navigation, LED headlights, rain-sensing wipers and heated mirrors. In comparison, the Touring sedan sells for $27,335.

We'll have to wait a little longer before the actual configurator is available to pretend that we're building our own.

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