2017 Honda Civic Sedan Trim Levels Available in West Michigan
The base 2017 Honda Civic Sedan trim level, the LX has helped give drivers a new idea of what to expect from entry-level cars. Combining modern connectivity features, a wide range of available safety amenities, and a powerful and efficient engine into one vehicle might seem tough, but the Civic does it.
- Powertrain: A 2.0L 4-cylinder with 158 hp and 138 lb-ft of torque powers the base Civic LX, and it can be had with either a 6-speed manual or continuously variable transmission (CVT). 2017 Civic Sedan LX models with a CVT earn an EPA-estimated 40 highway and 31 city mpg.**
- Technology: Power accessories, a USB audio input, Bluetooth for phone and audio, and a 5-inch LCD display are just some of the Civic’s standard tech features.
- Safety: A multi-angle rearview camera gives you a better look at what’s behind the Civic before backing up, and the LED taillights and daytime running lights make your car more visible to other drivers for improved safety.
- Honda Sensing: Honda has a reputation for safety, and Honda Sensing takes high-tech safety features like Lane Keeping Assist and Collision Mitigation Braking and makes them available on every trim level of the Civic (standard on Touring models).
Who should drive the Civic LX? – This sedan is a great choice for West Michigan residents in need of a modern small car who might be on a tighter budget.
Stepping up to the 2017 Honda Civic Sedan EX brings exterior upgrades and advanced connectivity features while remaining affordably priced at $21,140 (MSRP).* Highlights include:
- Connectivity: The infotainment systems of the Civic receive an upgrade with a 7-inch Display Audio touchscreen that comes with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, bringing familiar smartphone apps to your drive.
- Entertainment: The sound system of the Civic receives a noteworthy boost to a 180-watt amplifier with eight speakers, complete with HD radio and SiriusXM.
- Convenience: Driving the Civic just got easier with features like push-button ignition and Smart Entry, ensuring you won’t have to fumble for keys again. Heated side mirrors help melt frost or fog away, and a one-touch power moonroof opens your drive up to the fresh air.
- Safety: The Honda LaneWatch blind-spot camera comes on the EX and offers you an expanded view of the passenger-side blind spot just by signaling.
Who should drive the Civic EX? – If you want a seamless smartphone connectivity option, the EX is the way to go. Its convenience features and LaneWatch camera are icing on the cake.
The first turbocharged engine to grace the American Honda lineup is found on the 2017 Honda Civic Sedan EX-T, priced at $21,500 (MSRP)* for 6MT models. The engine isn’t the only upgrade, either.
- Powertrain: A 174-hp 1.5L turbocharged engine with as much as 167 lb-ft of torque (CVT models have 162 lb-ft) is standard on the Civic EX-T, paired with either a 6-speed manual or continuously variable transmission. The power boost has no effect on efficiency, either, with 2017 Civic Sedan EX-T CVT models rated at an EPA-estimated 42 highway and 32 city mpg.**
- Exterior Upgrades: The rear of the Civic now sports a decklid spoiler for extra style and improved downforce, the front carries a set of fog lights, and the wheels in between receive an upgrade to 17-inch alloys.
- Comfort Features: Dual-zone automatic climate control and heated front seating put your comfort as a top priority in the Civic EX-T.
Who should drive the Civic EX-T? – Performance enthusiasts who love small cars, the EX-T is the Civic’s one trim with the turbocharged engine and a manual transmission.
What the EX-T did for performance, the EX-L does for elegance and luxury. Placed firmly between the mid-range and top-of-the-line 2017 Honda Civic Sedan trim levels, the EX-L is priced at $23,800 (MSRP)* and brings quite a bit to the table:
- Performance Upgrades: Reach for the shift knob or steering wheel and be greeted by the secure yet yielding feeling of leather, knowing that the standard CVT will find the best gear ratio possible for your driving conditions.
- Comfort and Luxury: Not only are the shift knob and steering wheel wrapped in leather, so is the cabin. Leather upholstery is standard on the EX-L, and the power-adjustable driver’s seat ensures you’ll feel right at home behind the wheel.
- Navigation: Honda’s satellite-linked navigation system is available on the EX-L trim, bringing 3D mapping, traffic routing, a point-of-interest locator, and much more. Command the navigation with a few taps on the touchscreen or some simple voice commands.
Who should drive the Civic EX-L? – Looking for the power and technology of the EX-T but with a bit more in the way of traditional luxuries? The EX-L might be for you.
Would you believe that a top-of-the-line trim level could cost just $26,600 (MSRP)?* The 2017 Honda Civic Sedan Touring has no trouble going head to head with luxury sedans at West Michigan car dealerships, giving drivers luxurious amenities without the luxury-level pricing, including:
- Honda Sensing: Standard on the Touring, these driver-assist features work to help you avoid an accident and include Lane Departure Warning, Lane Keeping Assist, Collision Mitigation Braking, Forward Collision Warning, Adaptive Cruise Control, and more.
- Entertainment: A top-of-the-line Civic deserves a top-notch stereo system, and the Touring sports a 450-watt 10-speaker sound system that optimizes your driving soundtrack whether it’s streamed, on the air, or on a CD.
- Comfort: The front passenger seat receives power-adjustable controls to keep your navigator happy, and rear outboard seats feature heating elements to combat Michigan winters.
Who should drive the Civic Touring? – Drivers who deserve a luxury car but want to maintain a respectable budget, the Civic Touring blends high-tech, high-performance, and high-class into one affordable small car.
*MSRP excluding tax, license, registration, $835.00 destination charge, and options. Dealers set own prices.
**Based on 2017 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions, and other factors.