The base level 2020 Honda Civic Sedan gets all the above, across engine and transmission compatibility that balances peppy power and efficiency. An ECON button switches the Civic into fuel conservation mode when you want top-level efficiency. A Variable Ratio Electric Power-Assisted Rack-and-Pinion Steering system provides optimal handling around any tight corner. The Civic has been built with an independent strut and independent multi-link rear suspensions, working together to deliver an always smooth ride. While the chart represents the base level performance options, but higher trims can see more power upgrades for your Civic Sedan. A CVT is available on the LX, while standard on the EX, Sport and Touring trims. A 1.5L, 16-valve, Direct Injection, DOHC, turbocharged 4-cylinder engine is available for the top Touring and Si trims, providing a boost in horsepower and torque. The Touring gets 174 horsepower and 162 lb-ft of torque, while the Si achieves the highest level with 205 horsepower and 192 lb-ft of torque.
Honda Civic Sedan Model Changes
2019 was the big year for the Honda Civic Sedan, which saw a plethora of updates, most notably in a restyled design, additional features and some additional changess for the trim level offerings. That means that for 2020 the Civic Sedan is taking a break, seeing no changes over the previous year and letting drivers still get acquainted with all that the 2019 year brought.