The 2015 Civic Coupe finally arrived after a complete redesign for 2012 and significant updates for 2013 and 2014. There is not much change for this ninth-generation Civic except for the addition of a value-packed SE trim. But the 2015 Honda Civic is not falling behind as the updates from the previous model have kept the latest Civic the best of its class. It promises a wide array of pleasing standard equipment, advanced technology and an automatic continuously variable transmission that boost fuel economy from the small car. The 4-door Civic sedan comes as the Coupe and Si. The Civic coupe is for drivers interested in a sporty flair while the Civic Si is for speed enthusiasts. The Civic starts at $19,100 for the base model.
Features And Trim Levels
There are three trim levels in the 2015 Civic Coupe models. the base-level LX model gets an iPod interface, air conditioning, Pandora Internet radio, power locks, windows, and mirrors, an audio system, a backing camera, a 5-inch screen, and Bluetooth. The Civic EX adds Lane departure alert, a power sunroof, automatic wipers, Continuously Variable Transmission with Paddle Shifters, 16-in alloy wheels, Automatic Climate Control, Push Button Start, smartphone integration app, and a 60/40-split folding backseat. The top of the line EX-L trim level gets 17” alloy wheels, leather upholstery and steering wheel, fog lights, and heated front seats. There is also the sporty Civic Si that comes with tweaked suspension, stronger 4-cylinder engine, a limited-slip differential, and fog lights including the Civic EX’s equipment.
Engine and Performance
The 2015 Civic Coupe offers a 4-cylinder 1.8-liter engine that generates 143-hp and 129 lb-ft of torque. The manual transmission model gets 28 mpg fuel economy in the city driving and 36 mpg on the highway while the new CVT automatic gets 30 mpg city and 39 mpg highway. The HF models focus on Fuel economy that come only with CVT and score 31 mpg city and 41 mpg highway.