Motor trend appears to get a jump on the line and price changes coming in 2023 Honda Civic. The magazine reports that the entry-level LX trim level no longer fits either sedan or hatch, Honda continuing to pick cheap seats from the model lines just as it was done with a 2022 passport and 2022 pilot. The Honda configurator proves the main truth of this Civil sedan configurator showing only Sport, EX, and Touring trims, configurator prices match MTnumbers of Art. At the time of writing, the Civic Hatchback still features an LX variant, but we wouldn’t be surprised to see it evaporate soon. We all know that these chaotic economic times also call for additional price increases, with suggested retail prices for the Civic rising between $500 and $700. Prices for the 2023 Civic sedan and how they differ from the last price of the 2022 model year after the destination:

  • Sport: $25,745 ($700)
  • For example: $27,145 ($500)
  • Trip: $30,745 ($500)
  • Si: $29,195 ($600)

The hikes listed follow a mid-year price increase, as well as an increase in the destination charge from $1,015 to $1,095. Compared to when the 2022 Civic launched, the Sport is $2,830 more than the 2022 Civic LX and $1,430 more than the original MSRP, while the EX and Touring are up $1,230 more than the 2022 Civic LX. .

The same information for the Civic hatchback compared the latest model prices:

  • Sport: $26,545 ($700)
  • EX-L: $28,845 ($500)
  • Sport Touring: $31,645 ($500)

For now, the only performance change noted in the report is that the Si has lost the summer tire option, and of course that rubber isn’t an option in the configurator. In 2022, the buyer could wear a more athletic shoe Civil Si for $200, all that’s left on the spec list are 235/40 all-seasons. We’ll have full details when Honda releases official specs for next year’s car soon.