Opt for the Civic Sedan and the base DX model comes in at $15,805 ($16,555 with $750 destination). That will net you a 140 horsepower, 1.8-liter four-cylinder mated to a six-speed manual transmission and a lot of standard safety equipment. The top of the line EX-L comes in at $23,455 ($24,205 with destination), and includes leather seats, navigation, USB, Bluetooth, heated front seats and more. The base Civic Coupe commands $200 less than the Sedan, with a starting MSRP of $15,605 ($16,355 with destination). Both the Coupe and Sedan are rated at 39 highway miles per gallon.
The Civic Si Sedan and Coupe are available for $23,155 and $22,955, respectively, complete with a 201 horsepower, 2.4-liter four-cylinder I-VTEC engine matched to a close-ratio six-speed manual transmission. Other standard equipment includes 17-inch alloy wheels, heavily bolstered seats with red contrast stitching and a tachometer with rev-limit indicator. Summer tires will bring your total up $200, while the Si with navigation is an extra
At the top of the Civic food chain (at least in terms of price) is the Hybrid edition, with a starting price of $24,800 with destination. Add leather and navigation and you're looking at an MSRP of $27,500. The Civic Hybrid is rated at 44 mpg in both city and highway driving.
Head over to the Honda website to price your own Civic. Only the GX Natural Gas Vehicle is off limits, as it won't be available until late 2011.
*UPDATE: Honda tells us the navigation system is a $1,500-option.
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