- the 2021 honda civic sedan starts at $22,005 and the hatchback starts at $22,955.
- the sedan is no longer available with a manual transmission, but the hatch still is.
- this will be the final year of the tenth-generation civic, as a redesigned model will arrive for the 2022 model year.
the tenth-generation honda civic enters its final model year for 2021, and there are a few small changes to the lineup. the sedan's base price rises $1050 to $22,005, as the manual transmission that was previously standard equipment is no longer offered.
all 2021 civic sedans come with a cvt automatic, previously an $800 option on lx and sport trims. prices for the ex, ex-l, and touring trim levels are up by $250 compared with the 2020 model. the sedan's lx and sport trims come with a naturally aspirated 2.0-liter inline-four, while the higher trims come with a turbocharged 1.5-liter inline-four.
the hatchback lineup still offers a six-speed manual for sport and sport touring trim levels, and its prices rise $250 across the board. it now starts at $22,955 for the lx trim and ranges up to $30,155 for the loaded sport touring hatch. all civic hatchbacks come with the turbo 1.5-liter inline-four as standard.
honda announced that the civic's coupe bodystyle would no longer be offered for 2021, and confirmed that a new generation of the civic is on its way for 2022. patent images revealed the styling of the next-gen civic sedan, and we've also spied the next-gen civic type r hot hatch. expect the 2022 civic to debut sometime next spring and go on sale later next year. in the meantime, 2021 civic models are on sale now.