Building on the award-winning success of the 11th-generation Civic, the 2025 Honda Civic receives a refresh, introducing more style, advanced technology, and increased power with the new two-motor hybrid powertrain option. Expected to achieve an impressive EPA combined fuel economy rating nearing 50 mpg, the Civic hybrid offers the perfect blend of efficiency and performance.

Enhanced Lineup and Electrification Strategy
The 2025 Civic will be available in four trim levels: LX (sedan only), Sport, Sport Hybrid, and Sport Touring Hybrid, with hybrid models expected to represent about 40% of Civic sales. The Civic sedan will debut at dealerships next month, followed by the hatchback later in the summer.

Most Powerful Non-Type R Civic Ever
The new Civic hybrid-electric trims boast an anticipated combined output of 200 horsepower and 232 lb-ft of torque, making them the most powerful non-Type R Civics to date. This results in quick acceleration and outstanding EPA fuel economy ratings, thanks to the refined Honda two-motor hybrid system.

Enhanced Design and Interior Features
Exterior enhancements include a more aggressive front fascia and grille, along with new color options. Inside, the Civic’s clean and simple interior is refreshed, with all hybrid models now offering a gray interior. The Sport Touring Hybrid trim introduces Google built-in, providing a connected driving experience.

Commitment to Safety
The Civic remains a safety leader in its class, equipped with Honda Sensing® suite of safety and driver-assistive technologies as standard, including Collision Mitigation Braking System™ and Adaptive Cruise Control.

Manufacturing Excellence
Honda’s commitment to excellence continues with Civic production in Canada and Indiana, supported by Ohio facilities producing hybrid powertrains.

Specifications and Performance Highlights:

  • Powertrain Options:
    • LX and Sport trims: 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engine
    • Sport Hybrid and Sport Touring Hybrid trims: Two-motor hybrid system
  • Anticipated Performance:
    • Combined Output: 200 horsepower
    • Torque: 232 lb-ft
    • EPA Combined Fuel Economy: Nearing 50 mpg
  • Drive Modes: Econ, Normal, Sport (Sport and hybrid trims), Individual (Sport Touring Hybrid)
  • Safety Features: Honda Sensing® suite, Advanced Compatibility Engineering™ (ACE™) body structure

For more information and to place orders, visit your local Honda dealer or Honda’s official website.

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