New and Used Civic Si Prices, Honda Civic Si Model Years and History

Honda Civic Si Models

2020 Honda Civic Si Coupe trims

2020 Civic Si Coupe

The 2020 Honda Civic Si Coupe is small but mighty with its turbo engine and manual transmission. Power delivery is smooth, and the Si Coupe maintains a sporty vibe.

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2020 Honda Civic Si Sedan trims

2020 Civic Si Sedan

Sporty and loaded with standard features, the 2020 Honda Civic Si Sedan is small but mighty. Unlike other Civics, it comes with a standard 6-speed manual for a sportier performance.

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2019 Honda Civic Si Sedan trims

2019 Civic Si Sedan

The Civic Si Sedan is compact, sport-inspired and well-rounded.

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2019 Honda Civic Si Coupe trims

2019 Civic Si Coupe

The Civic SI Coupe is sporty, reliable and fun.

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2018 Honda Civic Si Sedan trims

2018 Civic Si Sedan

The sleek and modern Civic Si sedan is nicely outfitted in the base model, with plenty of available upgrades.

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2018 Honda Civic Si Coupe trims

2018 Civic Si Coupe

A modern and stylish design meets a technology-rich interior in the Civic Si coupe

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2007 Honda Civic Si trims

2007 Civic Si

Now available as a sedan in addition to the coupe, the 2007 Honda Civic Si is a performance version of the standard Civic and is powered by a 197 hp 2.0L four-cylinder engine mated to a six-speed manual transmission.

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2006 Honda Civic Si trims

2006 Civic Si

A two-door compact sports car, the 2006 Honda Civic Si has morphed from a hatchback to a coupe with this new redesigned style, and is powered by a 197 hp motor under the hood.

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2005 Honda Civic Si trims

2005 Civic Si

The 2005 Honda Civic Si is a sporty two-door compact hatchback that seats five passengers and has a peppy 160 hp 2.0L four-cylinder under the hood.

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About Civic Si

Recognized as the performance-leading model of Hondas compact car in North America, the Civic Si line was introduced to the United States in 1985. First attached to the CRX fastback, the Honda Civic Si trim would later be found with the hatchback and coupe body styles. In 2002, the Honda Civic Si was offered only with a three-door hatchback body style.


Fitted with the base engine found in the Acura RSX, the i-VTEC 2.0-liter four-cylinder produced 160 horsepower and 132 pound-feet of torque. The only transmission choice for the 2005 Honda Civic Si was a five-speed manual gearbox. The sport-themed model in the Honda Civic line, the 2005 Si came with 16-inch alloy wheels, four-wheel disc brakes, leather-wrapped steering wheel and moonroof.


Coinciding with the eighth-generation redesign of the base Honda Civic, an all-new Civic Si was spawned. In 2006, the Honda Civic Si package returned to the confines of a sporty two-door coupe. This reintroduction of the Honda Civic Si as a coupe allowed the vehicle to grow longer and wider than its 2005 counterpart. Powered by more potent 197-horsepower 2.0-liter engine, the 2006 Civic Sis propulsion was coupled with a six-speed manual transmission and a limited-slip differential.


Honda rated acceleration from 0 to 60 miles per hour at 6.7 seconds. 17-inch wheels with Michelin tires as well as a seven-speaker audio system were also found standard on the 2006 Honda Civic Si. For 2007, the Honda Civic Si line-up was expanded to include the four-door sedan body style. In the same year, Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA) was added for improved traction. The Si trim level continued to play the role as the sport compact model of the Civic coupe and sedan beyond 2007.

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