- While it may not look entirely different from its predecessor, the all-new 2022 Honda Civic Hatchback features many upgrades (Honda America Photo).

The More Practical Civic: 2022 Honda Civic Hatchback Priced from $22,900

Pricing is up only $700 from the 2021 model.

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When Honda reintroduced the Civic Hatchback for the first time since the 2005 model year in 2017, it became an instant hit, easily outselling the Civic Coupe, which led to the Civic Coupe being discontinued after the 2020 model year. For the 2022 model year, there's an all-new Honda Civic Hatchback on the horizon, and Honda has officially announced pricing for the all-new model, which now starts at $22,900 (only $700 more than the 2021 model it replaces). Read on to find out more about each all-new 2022 Honda Civic Hatchback trim level, as well as feature content, and pricing information. NOTE: Any and all pricing discussed in this article includes a mandatory destination fee, but does NOT include any applicable taxes or other fees.

The all-new 2022 Honda Civic Hatchback consists of four distinct trim levels: base LX, mid-level Sport, well-equipped EX-L, and range-topping Sport Touring. Starting at $22,900, the base all-new 2022 Honda Civic LX Hatchback comes even more well-equipped than its predecessor. Standard equipment on the LX trim includes an Eco Assist System, Hill Start Assist, a direct ignition system with an immobilizer, idle-stop, MacPherson strut front suspension and multi-link rear suspension, a variable-ratio electrically-assisted rack-and-pinion power steering system (EPS), four-wheel power disc brakes with an Antilock Braking System (ABS) (featuring ventilated discs up front and solid discs in the rear), sixteen-inch (16") aluminum-alloy wheels mounted on P215/55R16 blackwall (BSW) all-season tires, a compact spare tire and wheel, a 12.39-gallon fuel tank, a vehicle stability assist (VSA) system with traction control, electronic brake-force distribution (EBD), brake assist, a multi-angle rearview backup camera system with dynamic guidelines, a tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS), LED front daytime running lamps (DRL's), a forward collision warning (FCW) system, a lane departure warning (LDW) system, a collision mitigation braking system (CMBS), a road departure mitigation (RDM) system, Honda's Advanced Compatibility Engineering (ACE) body structure, multiple airbags, three-point seatbelts for all front and rear seating positions, LATCH rear seat child tether anchors, seatbelt warning indicators for all front and rear seating positions, rear child protection door locks, a lane keeping assist system (LKAS), traffic jam assist, an automatic front high-beam headlamp control system, a rear seat reminder (RSR) system, a traffic sign recognition (TSR) system, two-speed intermittent front windshield wipers, LED automatic delay on/off front headlamps, a security alarm system with remote keyless entry and a remote rear hatch release, color-keyed front and rear exterior door handles, a full-LED rear lighting system, a push-to-release fuel filler door, a fin-type roof radio antenna, a rear window wiper and washer system, color-keyed power-adjustable exterior side mirrors, dual front visor vanity mirrors, an automatic climate control system, power windows and door locks, illuminated power window switch controls, a push-button starter, a cruise control, a tilting-and-telescoping steering column, LED interior door pocket lighting, a front center console with a sliding armrest and storage compartment, front and rear interior door pocket storage compartments, a front headlamp warning reminder system, interior map lighting, rear seat heating ducts, front and rear carpeted floor mats, a front 12 volt (12V) DC power outlet, a rear window defroster with a timer, a reversible slide/pull rear cargo area security cover (shade), LED gear position indicators, illuminated steering wheel-mounted controls, front beverage holders, a manually-adjustable front driver's bucket seat with height adjustment, a 60/40 split-folding rear bench seat, adjustable front seatbelt anchors, adjustable front seat head restraints, a 160-watt, 4-speaker audio system, a seven-inch (7.0") touchscreen infotainment system with Bluetooth and wired (ONLY) Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration, a speed-compensated volume control (SVC) system, a 2.5-amp smartphone interface USB port, SMS text message notification, a seven-inch (7.0") full Thin Film Transistor (TFT) LCD reconfigurable instrument cluster display screen, and an adaptive cruise control (ACC) system with Low Speed Follow (LSW). There are no options or packages available on the base LX trim.

For those seeking even sportier exterior styling on their all-new 2022 Honda Civic Hatchback, there's the mid-level Sport trim, which starts at $24,100. The Sport trim adds sportier exterior styling elements and more convenience features onto the base LX trim. These added features include a remote vehicle starter system, eighteen-inch (18") aluminum-alloy wheels mounted on P235/40R18 blackwall (BSW) all-season tires, gloss black exterior side mirror caps, smart keyless entry with walkaway auto locking functionality, sport foot pedals, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, a leather-wrapped transmission shift (gear) lever (knob), matte black exterior side window trim, and a 180-watt, eight-speaker audio system. There are no options or packages available on the mid-level Sport trim.

All-new 2022 Honda Civic Hatchback buyers wanting even more convenience features, as well as some luxury amenities, will want to step up to the well-equipped EX-L trim, which starts at $26,600. Features added onto the mid-level Sport trim include seventeen-inch (17") aluminum-alloy wheels mounted on P215/50R17 blackwall (BSW) all-season tires, a blind spot information (BSI) system, power-adjustable and heated color-keyed exterior side mirrors, a one-touch power single-pane moonroof with tilt function, variably-intermittent front windshield wipers, standard foot pedals, a passenger-side seat back pocket, a dual-zone automatic climate control system, a power-adjustable front driver's seat with lumbar support, dual heated front bucket seats, luxury leather-trimmed seating surfaces, and a rear seat center armrest with integrated beverage holders. There are no options or packages available on the well-equipped EX-L trim.

For those all-new 2022 Honda Civic buyers who want it all, there's the range-topping Sport Touring trim, which starts at $29,400, and adds many luxury amenities and technology features onto the well-equipped EX-L trim. These added features include eighteen-inch (18") aluminum-alloy wheels mounted on P235/40R18 blackwall (BSW) all-season tires, a cross-traffic monitor system, a low-speed braking control system, LED exterior side mirror-mounted turn signal indicators, rain-sensitive front windshield wipers, front and rear-mounted parking assist sensors, dual exhaust system finishers, LED front fog lamps, sport foot pedals, an automatic-dimming exterior driver's-side mirror, a sunglasses holder, a HomeLink universal home remote system, a power-adjustable front passenger seat with lumbar support, a nine-inch (9.0") touchscreen infotainment system with SiriusXM Satellite Radio (including a paid trial subscription), wired AND wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration, HD Radio, a GPS navigation system with Honda RealTime Traffic, a 12-speaker Bose premium amplified surround-sound audio system, and a Qi-compatible wireless device charging system. There are no options or packages available on the range-topping Sport Touring trim.

Base LX and mid-level Sport models of the all-new 2022 Honda Civic Hatchback are powered by a naturally-aspirated 2.0L Inline Four-Cylinder (I4) gasoline engine producing a modest 158 horsepower and 138 lb. ft. of torque, while well-equipped EX-L and range-topping Sport Touring 2022 Honda Civic Hatchback models are powered by a 1.5L Turbocharged Inline Four-Cylinder (I4) gasoline engine producing an impressive 180 horsepower and 177 lb. ft. of torque. Either a Continuously Variable (CVT) Automatic transmission or a six-speed manual transmission are available on all 2022 Honda Civic Hatchback models, regardless of trim level or engine selection. All 2022 Honda Civic Hatchback models include Front Wheel Drive (FWD). Exterior paint color options on the all-new 2022 Honda Civic Hatchback include Crystal Black Pearlcoat Metallic (Metallic Black), Lunar Silver Metallic (Metallic Silver), Meteorite Gray Metallic (Metallic Dark Gray), Platinum White Pearlcoat Metallic (Metallic Pearl White, a $395 additional-cost option), Rallye Red Clear Coat (Gloss Red, NOT available on the LX trim), Boost Blue Pearlcoat Metallic (Metallic Bright Blue, a $395 additional-cost option, NOT available on the LX trim), Sonic Gray Pearlcoat Metallic (Metallic Light Gray, a $395 additional cost-option, NOT available on LX OR EX-L trims), and Smoky Mauve Pearlcoat Metallic (Metallic Dark Purple, a $395 additional-cost option, NOT available on LX OR Sport trim). a Black interior comes standard with all exterior paint colors on all trim levels of the all-new 2022 Honda Civic Hatchback models.

Honda produces the all-new 2022 Civic Hatchback along with the all-new 2022 Honda Civic Sedan at its Indiana Automotive Assembly Plant in Greensburg, Indiana (the plant opened in 2008, with the Honda Civic Sedan being the first vehicle produced at the Plant, and also produces the Honda Insight compact hybrid sedan, as well as the Honda CR-V compact SUV). The all-new 2022 Honda Civic Hatchback will join the all-new 2022 Honda Civic Sedan at Honda dealerships nationwide by the end of 2021, and high-performance Si and Type-R models will also follow. What do you think of the all-new 2022 Honda Civic Hatchback? Let us know in the comments down below, and stay tuned right here to DriveTribe for more information as it becomes available!

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Comments (4)

  • Back in the day, I drove a couple Honda Civics with great gusto; they were unbreakable. When I upgraded to a 3-series, all of a sudden other drivers were honking at me and I attracted lots of attention from the arbitrary enforcers of the law. I ended up having to drive slower in the BMW than I did in the Civic, if I wanted to keep my license. Since then I've preferred more anonymous cars, those are the ones you can truly drive quickly for getting form point A to B on the regular roadways. I am thinking this Civic, if nicely done and kept tame visually for the "S" model, might just be the trick for rapid transport.

      2 months ago
    • The new Civics are great cars. 180 HP is pretty good for a car of this size. The new model even has a 9" touchscreen and a Bose surround-sound system if you get the Sport Touring model. You could even wait for the Si or Type-R if you wanted to.

        2 months ago
    • The Sport Touring seems like a great car. Would like to see what the "S" offers though.

        2 months ago
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