These days when models with just a bit of a sporty character cost a real fortune, the Civic Si seems like a bargain. With the starting price under 30.000 dollars, you get a lot of fun, thanks to numerous extra features you don’t get with the standard Civic. This refers to many updates, not just to the more powerful engine. We like this sedan for many reasons but mainly because of its sharp handling and raw sportiness, which is something you can’t find that easily these days. Considering that the new generation was introduced last year, we presume that the 2024 Honda Civic Si will come without more important changes.
All this means that you may count on a familiar design, which comes only in a sedan layout in this case. The Si is fun to drive, thanks to sharp handling, responsive steering and manual transmission. Still, most experts agree it could use a little bit more power.
Since no bigger changes are about to come, we presume that the 2024 Honda Civic Si will hit the market sometime in the last quarter of the year.
2024 Honda Civic Si Design
As we’ve just mentioned, this Civic generation is still pretty fresh, so we don’t expect to see bigger changes in the next year. The 2024 Honda Civic Si will continue in the same way, with a familiar layout and extra features. As we’ve just mentioned, it only comes in a sedan body style, and also comes with a couple of exclusive styling details, such as exclusive wheels, sportier front face, exclusive color options etc.
Upgrades on the Civic Si aren’t just cosmetical, there are also various mechanical enhancements. Of course, the first thing that comes to mind is suspension upgrades, which make this version more athletic than the standard model. Also, you may count on bigger brakes, while another significant upgrade is the limited-slip differential at the front.
As there are no significant upgrades to come in the next year, we expect to see a familiar exterior design, which follows the aesthetics of the standard model’s dashboard, but also comes with a couple of notable upgrades. The biggest one is probably the front row, which comes with sporty seats, with better side support. Also, you can notice Si logos on headrests, while unique stitching is present around the cabin and accentuates the model’s sportiness.
On the other hand, the overall layout remains the same as in the standard sedan. As we are talking about one of the biggest vehicles in the class, the amount of passenger space is very generous in both rows. When it comes to trunk capacity, it’s nearly 15 cubic feet, which is typical for the class.
This aspect can always bring some novelties but we are pretty sure most things are about to remain the same. Therefore, you may count on the list of standard equipment that brings things like a 9-inch infotainment screen, wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, navigation, satellite and HD radio, two rear USB powers, front and rear parking sensors, rear cross-traffic alert, low-speed automatic braking etc.
The list of standard equipment also includes a 12-speaker Bose audio system, while the instrument cluster combines an analog speedometer with a digital tachometer, which looks pretty nice together.
2024 Honda Civic Si Engine and Performance
We are pretty sure this aspect won’t change. The 2024 Honda Civic Si will carry on with a familiar 1.5-liter turbo-four, which puts out around 200 horsepower and 192 pound-feet of torque. The engine comes exclusively with a six-speed manual gearbox, which includes rev-matching as well. The Civic Si is pretty quick and hits 60 mph in about 6.6 seconds.
Still, this sedan is much more than quick acceleration. Windy roads are its natural habitat, as the suspension does a fantastic job, along with a limited-slip differential and bigger brakes. Performance all-season tires are standard, while you can also opt for summer tires for an even better grip.
2024 Honda Civic Si Release Date and Price
The 2024 Honda Civic Si should arrive sometime in the last quarter of the year. The current model starts a little bit over 29.000 dollars and we believe that the next year’s version won’t bring a bigger increase.