2017 Honda Civic Si lineup

2017 is the year of the Civic, with several iterations of the best-selling nameplate making their debut this year, including the all-new Hatchback and the Type R. Now, the long-awaited Civic Si gets its turn in the spotlight—learn more below!

Sleek and Sporty From Bumper to Bumper

2017 Civic Si coupe spoiler

Whether you prefer the sporty sedan or classic coupe, the all-new Civic Si is sure to blow you away with its bold design. This iteration takes a more aggressive approach, adding new 18-inch wheels, low-profile 235/40 tires, 12.3-inch front brake rotors, a chrome exhaust finisher, and a front bumper with larger lower intakes and a splitter. Sedan models also enjoy new larger side vents and a decklid wing spoiler with an integrated LED brake light, while the coupe adds a raised spoiler.

Performance Upgrades That Raise the Bar

Under the hood, the Si packs a turbocharged 1.5-liter inline-4 engine, which is mated to a six-speed manual transmission and a front-wheel drive system. Total output comes in at 205 horsepower (5,700 rpm) and 192 pound-feet of torque (2,100 rpm).

The 2017 Si has also shed some weight, which drivers are sure to notice when they take it for a spin around Camelback Road. On top of that, the Si features upgraded chassis components, including a new sport-tuned suspension with two-mode adaptive dampers, adaptive power steering and a limited-slip differential.

You’ll Never Want to Leave the Cockpit

2017 Civic Si interior

Aluminum sport pedals, bolstered front sports seats, red upholstery stitching, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift boot, faux-carbon-fiber trim—these are just a few of the sporty interior accents that Phoenix Civic fans are sure to fall in love with. On top of that, the Si comes with a variety of comforts and conveniences, including push button start, capless fuel filler, dual zone climate control, ambient LED lighting, a tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, heated front seats and cruise control.

On the technology front, the Si shows off a new 7-inch driver information interface, which displays a variety of information from throttle and brake application to lap time. The car is also equipped with a 10-speaker premium sound system and a 7-inch touchscreen with voice control and app-based navigation. Smartphone integration via Apple CarPlay and Android Auto is also standard.

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