When you’re trying to purchase a Honda Civic Sedan, it can be tough to figure out which trim level to purchase. With five solid options to choose from, it’s important you understand the differences between the Honda Civic Sedan trims so you can make the best choice. From the base LX model to the top-of-the-line Touring, explore what features are included with which models so you can make the most informed purchasing decision.

The Model Breakdown

The 2018 Honda Civic lineup starts with the LX, which includes a multi-angle rearview camera, six-speed manual transmission, and automatic climate control. In addition, you can snag the Honda Sensing® suite of high tech safety features as an added feature.

Next up is the EX, which includes all the LX features and adds remote engine start, a one-touch power moonroof, and Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ technology so you can access your favorite contacts, hear your favorite music, and more.

The EX-T kicks the EX model up a bit by delivering a 1.5L turbocharged engine that offers 174 hp. You’ll also get a decklid spoiler, heated front seats, and dual-zone automatic climate control.

The EX-L features the same items as the EX-T, but it also provides its own unique features. For starters, the leather-trimmed seats will make you and your passengers extremely comfortable, and the 8-way power driver’s seat ensures you’re at the peak of relaxation.

For those who want the best of the best, the Touring is the highest level Civic sedan you can purchase, and this model includes all your favorite features from other models, as well as LED headlights, standard Honda Sensing®, a 450-watt premium audio system, and heated front and rear outboard seats.

Experience the New Civic Today!

Walla Walla Valley Honda wants you to find the Honda Civic Sedan model that matches your needs, so visit our dealership today at 1240 SE Commercial Dr. in College Place, WA. We have a great inventory of models for you to explore so you know which one is right for you. You can also contact our dealership at 509-593-4155 to apply for financing or to schedule your test drive.


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