What’s New for 2023?
The Civic was completely redesigned for 2022, so Honda has made no changes to the compact sedan and hatchback for 2023, except for removing the base LX trim. The high-performance Civic Type R hatchback returns this year, but we review it separately.
Honda Civic Quality
Engine, Transmission, and Performance
Despite redesigning everything else about the new Civic, Honda decided to keep the previous-generation car’s powertrain options. The base engine is a 158-hp 2.0-litre four-cylinder, while the upgrade engine is a turbocharged 1.5-litre four-cylinder that now produces 180 horsepower.
The new Civic is only obtainable in front-wheel drive. Unfortunately, the manual transmission offered on the previous generation Civic sedan has been discontinued for 2022, leaving only a continuously variable automatic transmission.
Our turbocharged Touring sedan took 7.5 seconds to reach 60 mph on our test track, which is slightly slower than the previous generation Civic. The manual Sport Touring hatchback we tested did slightly better, reaching 60 mph in 7.3 seconds. Fortunately, the nimble handling, communicative steering, and well-balanced ride we loved so much in the previous generation model are all present and correct here. A sporty Si variant and a high-performance severe Type-R variant are both parts of the family and are reviewed separately.
Fuel Economy and Real-World MPG
According to the EPA, the mid-level EX is the most fuel-efficient version of the new Civic, with ratings of 33 mpg city, 42 mpg highway, and 36 mpg combined. The 2022 Civic Sport hatchback returned 36 mpg on our 75-mph highway fuel economy route. Visit the EPA’s website for additionally information on the Civic’s fuel economy.
Connectivity and infotainment
The Civic comes standard with a 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment display, but a larger 9.0-inch unit and a 10.2-inch digital gauge display are available. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are both standards, and when paired with the larger of the two screens, they both provide wireless connectivity. In-dash navigation, a Bose stereo system, and a wireless
Comfort, Interior, and Cargo
The interior features clean lines and a dashboard with a full-width honeycomb-patterned mesh design element that cleverly conceals the air vents. A more comprehensive centre console appears less cluttered than the previous model’s, with what seems to be a large, deep bin ahead of the shift lever for stashing smartphones, keys, and road-trip snacks. According to Honda, the passenger space is roughly the same, and the cargo bay is larger.
Pricing and Which One to Buy
The well-equipped EX trim on the sedan model is our recommendation, as it has a slew of extra features that easily justify the price increase. The amenities include:
- Blind-spot monitoring.
- A power sunroof.
- Dual-zone automatic climate control.
- Heated exterior mirrors.
- Heated front seats.
It also consists of the more powerful 180-hp turbocharged four-cylinder engine as standard. If you want to buy the hatchback, we recommend the EX-L, which has similar equipment but adds leather upholstery.
Safety and Driver-Assistance Features
A slew of driver-assist features, including automated emergency braking with pedestrian detection and adaptive cruise control with lane-keeping assist, will be standard. Visit the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) websites for more information on the Civic’s crash-test results. The following are important safety features:
- standard automated emergency braking
- Classic lane-departure warning with lane-keeping assist
- Classic adaptive cruise control
Warranty and Maintenance Coverage
Honda’s standard warranty package is adequate, with competitors like the Elantra and Kia Forte providing more comprehensive coverage. The Civic also lacks a complimentary scheduled maintenance plan, which the Corolla includes as standard.
- Three years or 36,000 miles is the distance of the limited warranty.
- The powertrain warranty is valid for five years or 60,000 miles.
- There is no free scheduled maintenance.
Honda Civic 2023 FAQs
What is the Honda Civic hatchback 2022 price in Pakistan?
The Honda Civic 2022 costs between PKR 63.5 and 75.5 lacs.
To learn more, use the on-road car price calculator.
What is the average mileage/fuel economy of the Honda Civic 2022?
Honda Civic 2022 has a fuel economy of 11 – 14 KM/L. Check out the complete Honda Civic specifications.
What are the Honda Civic variants?
Honda Civic is available in three trim levels: Oriel, RS, and Standard.
What is the maximum speed of a Honda Civic?
Honda Civic has a top speed of 260 KM/H.
Toyota Corolla vs Honda Civic: Which Is Better?
The Toyota Corolla price in Pakistan starts at PKR 4,569,000, while the Honda Civic price starts at PKR 6,349,000. See a detailed comparison of the Toyota Corolla and the Honda Civic.
Is it easy to find Civic Car parts in Pakistan?
PakWheels Auto Store carries Civic Car parts.
What is the overall rating of the Honda Civic?
The overall rating of the Honda Civic is 4/5 based on the following:
- Fuel Economy
- Value for Money