Honda has announced pricing for its 2014 Civic Si coupe and sedan models, which both see a modest price bump of $275 over the outgoing 2013 offerings. Set to go on sale March 12, the 2014 Civic Si coupe starts at $23,580, including a $790 destination fee, while the base Civic Si sedan will set you back $23,780 when it arrives at dealerships March 26.
Those who opt for a fully-loaded Civic Si coupe fitted with summer tires and a navigation system will be looking at a price of $25,280. The same price goes for any Civic Si sedan with a navigation system but it does not include summer tires (the sedan can have them as an option, though). For 2014, the EPA has rated the Civic Si sedan and coupe at 22 city, 31 highway and 25 mpg combined, the same as outgoing models.
Under the hood, the Si's 2.4-liter 4-cylinder engine lives on for the latest model year but squeezes out 4 more horses, with total output now at 205 horsepower. Torque has also improved by 4 lb-ft, rising from 170 lb-ft to 174 lb-ft. Both of the power increases come thanks to a retuning of the 2014 Civic Si's exhaust system. A 6-speed manual gearbox remains the sole transmission for both sedan and coupe models.
Other tweaks to the 2014 Honda Civic Si include a revised suspension, redesigned 18-inch alloy wheels and new taillight lenses and side mirrors. Trim-specific styling cues can be seen with a rear air diffuser, spoiler and front grille. Inside, a new 7-inch touchscreen, Honda's innovative LaneWatch blind-spot display, push-button starter and Smart Entry system are all standard.
Check out our full review of the 2014 Honda Civic, which was named one of Kelley Blue Book's 2014 Best Resale Value Award winners for the latest model year. You can also build and price your own Civic and find a Fair Purchase Price, too.
More Honda news...
Popular at KBB.com