Michael SimariCar and driver

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The 2022 Honda Civic offers a Sport trim level for both the sedan and the hatchback.

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The Sport model comes with a 2.0-liter in-line four without a supercharger and 158 horsepower.

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While the Sport sedan only comes with a continuous automatic transmission, the Sport hatch has mechanics.

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The Sport also comes with visual upgrades that include 18-inch wheels and a black finish.

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The Civic EX and Touring offer a more powerful 1.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder with a capacity of 180 horsepower.

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Our base engine test showed slow acceleration of 60 mph in 8.8 seconds.

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The Civic Sport starts at $ 24,765 per sedan body style.

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Our test car also had an $ 1,418 HPD package to which was added a body kit, spoiler and badge.

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We like the interior of the Civic Sport, which has fabric, not leather upholstery model Touring.

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The Sport also manages a smaller touch screen, with a 7.0-inch central display versus the Touring’s 9.0-inch screen.

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