2023 Honda Civic Hatchback in Edmonton, Alberta

2023 Honda Odyssey in Edmonton, AB



280 hp


262 lb-ft

Lb.-ft. of torque

10 Speed AT


2023 Honda Civic Hatchback in Edmonton, Alberta

One of the classiest models ever developed by Honda, the Civic, is now 50 years old. Yet, the new 2023 Honda Civic Hatchback doesn’t betray a wrinkle. Indeed, Honda Civic receives updates almost yearly, and the year this model completes half a century, it wouldn’t be different. The 2023 lineup has four trims, two shorter than the 2022’s. Those buying an LX or a Sport Touring can still choose between CVT and manual transmissions.

Notable Changes from Last Year

The Honda Sensing, a tech package dedicated to safety systems, has been upgraded, making this lineup even safer. New features include TSR (traffic sign recognition system), driver attention monitor, cross-traffic monitor, and more. Price tags have also been updated, and now the flagship model, Sport Touring, costs nearly $40,000*. Let’s check each trim in further detail.

Performance and Driveability

Fact Sheet:

    • Engine: 
      • 2.0-litre 16-valve, I-VTEC four-cylinder
      • 1.5-litre 16-valve, VTEC Turbocharged four-cylinder
    • Fuel Efficiency (city/highway):
      • LX: 8L/100km to 9.1L/100km (city); 6.2L/100km to 6.6L/100km (highway)
      • Remaining trims: 7.7L/100km (city); 6.3L/100km (highway)
    • Transmission: CVT; six-speed manual (available for LX)
    • Horsepower: 158horsepower to 180horsepower
    • Torque: 138 lb.-ft to 177 lb.-ft

The new Honda Civic Hatchback has three driving modes: Normal, Sport, and ECON. The Sport mode is more responsive, while the ECON mode allows you to save fuel. This lineup also has the specially designed Muti-Link rear suspension, adding more stability on corners and improving overall driveability.


You can personalize your Honda experience by choosing the four trims available for this year’s lineup. There are different options for the engine, transmission type, design, tech amenities, and safety features. All models are compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Here are the key elements of each one. 


The LX is the entry-level model and comes with two options for transmission: a six-speed manual and CVT. It’s the only trim with such possibilities; all the rest comes with CVT as standard. The front seats have independent heating. The power side mirrors are also heated, ensuring visibility regardless of weather conditions. It has a seven-inch colour touchscreen display, through which you can control a few Honda Sensing features.

Sport-B and Sport

The Sport-B and Sport trims have the same turbocharged engine, delivering 180 horsepower and a torque capacity 177 lb.-ft. Paddle shifters are mounted on the steering wheel, adding an even more sporty feeling. The steering wheel is also heated. Both trims come with a power moonroof. The Black Combi upholstery mixes fabric and leatherette features. Extra features in the Sport include a cross-traffic monitor and a blindspot indicator.  

Sport Touring

The Sport Touring is the flagship model, and like the LX, it has a six-speed manual transmission as optional. It’s the only trim to provide heated rear seats as standard. It has a larger touchscreen display (nine-inch) and also 10.2-inch colour TFT display. This display gives info like fuel consumption, tachometer, speedometer, navigation, and odometer, among other features. 

Indeed, this Sport Touring has plenty of top-notch features. Enjoy a luxurious sound system with a 12-speaker Bose Premium. The dual-zone air conditioner has an air filtration system, ensuring air quality inside. Additionally, this model has a proximity key entry system and a remote engine start system.

Notable Changes from Last Year

2023 Honda Odyssey Exterior

Performance and Driveability

2023 Honda Odyssey Interior


The new Civic has several driving assistance features, providing a seamless experience for drivers and passengers. Those include adaptive cruise controls, blindspot information, and lane keeping. Honda’s technology can also help you drive around traffic jams during peak times in Edmonton. There’s also low-speed braking control and rear cross-traffic monitors for the flagship model. 

Technology here isn’t only to help drivers, but also to make everybody’s journey more pleasant and comfortable. Tech amenities such as speed-sensitive volume control, Bluetooth streaming audio, and wheel-mounted audio controls are standard for all trims. Luxury options include SiriusXM, Wi-Fi tethering, and HD radio, exclusive to the flagship model. 


All models in the new Civic lineup are equipped with Honda Sensing Technologies. It’s a tech suite with varied safety options, depending on your chosen trim. The main features include front cameras, collision mitigation braking system, road departure mitigation, hill start assist, traction control, and lane departure warning, among other assisting tools. 

There are also plenty of passive safety features, such as airbags for all seats, including keen and side curtain airbags. The rear doors have childproof locks. The Sport Touring has a HondaLink Assist Automatic Emergency Response System. Although the Sport Touring has more features than any other trim (as one would expect from a flagship model), all trims are incredibly safe and smooth to drive.

Book a test drive today in Edmonton, and get ready for an adventure through the main cities and wildlife of The Energy Province. 

All pricing is based on Ontario MSRP and does not include taxes and fees. Dealer pricing may differ. Prices are subject to change anytime without notice.

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