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2010 Honda Civic Trims

DX

The entry-level 2010 Honda Civic DX compact sedan comes equipped with such standard features as power windows, a tilt/telescoping steering column, blue backlit gauges, and rear-seat heater ducts. In addition, the rear seat splits and folds to expand cargo space, which checks in at 12 cubic feet in the trunk with the rear seats up. Dual-stage front, front side, and side curtain airbags also come standard.

A 1.8-liter i-VTEC four-cylinder engine drives the Civic DX. The engine generates 140 hp and 128 lb-ft of torque, and features multi-point fuel injection, a Direct Ignition system, and a Drive-by-Wire throttle system, which enhance performance, fuel economy, and responsiveness. A five-speed manual transmission comes standard, while owners can opt for an available five-speed automatic. The EPA estimates fuel economy numbers of 26/34 mpg with the manual transmission and 25/36 mpg with the automatic. The engine runs on regular unleaded fuel. Antilock brakes with electronic brakeforce distribution come standard. The DX trim rides on 15-inch wheels with all-season tires.

DX-VP

Avg. Price: $12,775

The 2010 Honda Civic DX-VP compact sedan adds a number of standard features not found on the entry-level Civic DX trim, including air conditioning and a 160-watt, four-speaker AM/FM audio system with a CD player, speed-sensitive volume, and MP3 input jack. Other standard features include a tilt/telescoping steering column, blue backlit gauges, power windows, a rear-seat heater duct, and fold-down rear seatbacks. The trunk offers 12 cubic feet of cargo space. Dual-stage front, front side, and side curtain airbags also come standard.

Power for the Civic DX-VP comes in the form of a 1.8-liter i-VTEC four-cylinder engine, which develops 140 hp and 128 lb-ft of torque. It features multi-point fuel injection, a Direct Ignition system, and a Drive-by-Wire throttle system, which enhance performance, fuel economy, and responsiveness. The engine links to either a five-speed manual transmission, which comes standard, or an available five-speed automatic. The EPA estimates fuel economy numbers of 26/34 mpg with the manual transmission and 25/36 mpg with the automatic. The engine runs on regular unleaded fuel. Antilock brakes with electronic brakeforce distribution come standard. The DX-VP rides on 15-inch wheels with all-season tires.

EX

Avg. Price: $14,156

The 2010 Honda Civic EX compact sedan adds a number of standard features not found on lower-end trims, including a one-touch power moonroof with a tilt feature, steering-wheel-mounted audio and cruise controls, a rear-seat center armrest, rear beverage holders, and a passenger-side seatback pocket. Honda also upgrades the sedan's audio unit to a six-speaker system with a USB interface, as well as a CD player, speed-sensitive volume, and an MP3 input jack. In addition, the automaker adds an exterior temperature readout to the instrument cluster. Other standard interior features for the Civic EX include air conditioning, cruise control, a tilt/telescopic steering wheel, and power windows and door locks. Owners can add an optional Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation System with voice recognition, as well as Bluetooth and XM satellite radio. The trunk offers 12 cubic feet of cargo space. The rear seatback splits 60/40 and folds down to expand cargo space into the cabin. Dual-stage front, front side, and side curtain airbags come standard.

A 1.8-liter i-VTEC four-cylinder engine provides power for the Civic EX. The engine generates 140 hp and 128 lb-ft of torque, and includes multi-point fuel injection, a Direct Ignition system, and a Drive-by-Wire throttle system, which help improve performance, fuel economy, and responsiveness. The engine mates to either a five-speed manual transmission, which comes standard, or an optional five-speed automatic. The EPA estimates fuel economy numbers at 26/34 mpg with the manual transmission and 25/36 mpg with the automatic. The engine runs on regular unleaded fuel. Antilock brakes with electronic brakeforce distribution come standard. The Civic EX trim rides on 16-inch wheels with all-season tires.

EX w/ Navigation

Avg. Price: $16,815

EX-L

Avg. Price: $14,912

As the best-equipped Civic trim available for 2010, the Civic EX-L adds a number of upscale standard features not found on other Civic trims, such as leather-trimmed upholstery and heated front seats, as well as heated exterior side mirrors. Other standard features include a leather-wrapped steering wheel, a one-touch power moonroof, air conditioning, cruise control, power windows and door locks, and a six-speaker audio system with a CD player, a USB interface, speed-sensitive volume, and an MP3 input jack. Owners can add an optional Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation System with voice recognition, as well as optional Bluetooth and XM satellite radio. The rear seat includes a center armrest with cupholders and 60/40-split rear seatbacks, which fold down to expand the trunk's 12 cubic feet of storage space. Dual-stage front, front side, and side curtain airbags also come standard.

The 1.8-liter i-VTEC four-cylinder engine driving the Civic EX-L generates 140 hp and 128 lb-ft of torque. The engine features multi-point fuel injection, a Direct Ignition system, and a Drive-by-Wire throttle system, which help to improve performance, fuel economy, and responsiveness. It links to either a five-speed manual transmission, which comes standard, or an optional five-speed automatic. Fuel economy numbers for the powerplant check in at 26/34 mpg with the manual transmission and 25/36 mpg with the automatic. The engine runs on regular unleaded fuel. A Vehicle Stability Assist system with traction control, brake assist, and antilock brakes with electronic brakeforce distribution all come standard. The Civic EX-L trim rides on 16-inch wheels with all-season tires.

EX-L w/ Navigation

Avg. Price: $14,741

GX

2 national listings
Avg. Price: $15,634

Hybrid

Avg. Price: $14,215

The 2010 Honda Civic Hybrid sedan posts fuel economy numbers of up to 45 mpg, thanks to its hybrid powerplant, which combines a 1.3-liter four-cylinder gas engine with a 15kW electric motor. The powerplant produces 110 hp and 123 lb-ft of torque, and sends power to the wheels through a continuously variable transmission (CVT). The EPA estimates fuel economy numbers for the hybrid engine at 40/45 mpg. A regenerative braking system recharges the Hybrid's 158-volt nickel metal hydride battery. Safety features include a Vehicle Stability Assist system, traction control, brake assist, and antilock brakes with electronic brakeforce distribution.

Inside, the Civic Hybrid comes well-equipped with such standard features as automatic climate control, cruise control, a two-tier instrument panel, a tilt/telescopic steering wheel with cruise and audio controls, and a center console with a sliding armrest and a storage compartment. A six-speaker, 160-watt audio system with a USB interface, CD player, speed-sensitive volume control, and an MP3 input jack also comes standard. Owners can add such options as a leather-wrapped steering wheel, leather upholstery, and heated front seats. Outside, multi-reflector halogen headlights and a rear decklid spoiler are among the standard features. Owners can add heated side mirrors as an option. The Civic Hybrid rides on 15-inch lightweight alloy wheels with all-season tires.

Hybrid w/ Leather

Hybrid w/ Nav and Leather

Hybrid w/ Navigation

3 national listings
Avg. Price: $13,983

LX

Avg. Price: $13,242

The 2010 Honda Civic LX compact sedan occupies the mid-level spot in the Civic lineup and includes a number of standard features not found on the entry-level DX trims, such as power door locks, cruise control, a center console with a sliding armrest, illuminated window button controls, and map lights. Other standard features for the Civic LX include air conditioning, power windows, a tilt/telescoping steering column, and a 160-watt, four-speaker AM/FM audio system with a CD player, speed-sensitive volume, and an MP3 input jack. The rear seatback splits and folds down to expand cargo space, which checks in at 12 cubic feet with the rear seatbacks up and in place. Dual-stage front, front side, and side curtain airbags also come standard.

A 1.8-liter i-VTEC four-cylinder engine provides power for the Civic LX. The engine produces 140 hp and 128 lb-ft of torque, and features multi-point fuel injection, a Direct Ignition system, and a Drive-by-Wire throttle system, which enhance performance, fuel economy, and responsiveness. The powerplant links to either a five-speed manual transmission, which comes standard, or an optional five-speed automatic. Fuel economy numbers for the engine check in at 26/34 mpg with the manual transmission and 25/36 mpg with the automatic. The engine runs on regular unleaded fuel. Antilock brakes with electronic brakeforce distribution come standard. The Civic LX rides on 16-inch wheels with all-season tires.

LX-S

Avg. Price: $13,502

The 2010 Honda Civic LX-S compact sedan comes equipped with a number of standard features not found on the Civic LX trim, including a perforated leather-wrapped steering wheel, as well as such exterior features as a rear spoiler and a chrome exhaust pipe. Other standard interior features for the LX-S include cruise control, air conditioning, a tilt/telescoping steering wheel, power windows and door locks, and a 160-watt, four-speaker AM/FM audio system with a CD player, speed-sensitive volume, and an MP3 input jack. Cargo space in the trunk checks in at 12 cubic feet, although owners can expand cargo space by folding down the rear seatbacks. Safety features in the cabin include dual-stage front, front side, and side curtain airbags.

For power, the Civic LX-S features a 1.8-liter i-VTEC four-cylinder engine, which develops 140 hp and 128 lb-ft of torque. Multi-point fuel injection, a Direct Ignition system, and a Drive-by-Wire throttle system help improve the engine's performance, fuel economy, and responsiveness. A five-speed manual transmission comes standard, while owners can opt for an available five-speed automatic. The powerplant posts fuel economy numbers of 26/34 mpg with the manual transmission and 25/36 mpg with the automatic. The engine runs on regular unleaded fuel. Antilock brakes with electronic brakeforce distribution come standard. The Civic LX-S trim rides on 16-inch alloy wheels with all-season tires.

Si

Avg. Price: $16,873

The Honda Civic Si compact sedan holds the distinction as the most powerful Civic trim available for 2010, thanks to its 2.0-liter, DOHC four-cylinder engine, which produces 197 hp, an increase of 57 hp over the base Civic's powerplant. Torque tops out at 139 lb-ft. Variable valve timing, a cold-air intake, and a high-flow, low-heat exhaust manifold ensure a full, throaty sound under aggressive acceleration and a quieter exhaust note at cruising speeds. The engine mates to a close-ratio six-speed manual transmission. Fuel economy numbers check in at 21/29 mpg. The Si comes equipped with a sportier suspension than the base trims, and includes such standard features as Vehicle Stability Assist, traction control, brake assist, and antilock brakes with electronic brakeforce distribution. The Civic Si rides on 17-inch alloy wheels with all-season Michelin tires.

Inside, standard features for the Si include a two-tier instrument panel, a one-touch power moonroof with tilt, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, textured aluminum pedals, air conditioning, cruise control, and power windows and door locks. In addition, Honda wraps the aluminum shift knob with leather. For entertainment, the Si comes standard with a 350-watt, seven-speaker AM/FM audio system, which includes a CD player, a subwoofer, a USB interface, speed-sensitive volume, and an MP3 input jack. Owners can add XM satellite radio as an option. Other options include Bluetooth and a navigation system with voice recognition. Dual-stage front, front side, and side curtain airbags come standard. Outside, standard features include foglights, power exterior mirrors, a chrome exhaust tip, and chrome rear license-plate trim.

Si w/ Nav and Summer Tires

Avg. Price: $15,025

Si w/ Navigation

Si w/ Summer Tires

1 national listing
Avg. Price: $16,909