2021 Honda Civic sedan loses manual transmission, costs more
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With a new generation of Civic arriving for 2022, it's no surprise that the Honda Civic 2021 has a scaled-down lineup. Previously, the company announced that the coupe will be discontinued and the Si performance models will pause until the next generation. Now we know Honda is leaving the sedan out of the manual transmission option as well.
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The options for manual transmissions for the sedan were already limited for the 2020 model year. It was only available with a 2.0 liter four-cylinder naturally aspirated engine on the basic LX and sport fairings or on the Si fairing. However, if you are looking for a manual Civic sedan, the remaining 2020 Civic Si sedans will still be in service for a while. And if you need a 2021 Civic manual, you can still get it for Civic Sport and Sport Touring hatchbacks, as well as the Type R. We also assume that the range of manuals with the next generation model will be expanded again shortly.
It's also worth noting that the prices of the Honda Civic sedan rose a bit in 2021, not just because the CVT has become the standard transmission. The new base price for the Civic LX is $ 22,005. That's $ 1,050 more than the 2020 LX with manual and $ 250 more than the 2020 LX with CVT.
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