Honda Civic Hatchback 2023 Price in Pakistan. The Civic is otherwise unchanged, albeit Honda has dropped the previous base model, the LX, from the lineup. New purchasers searching for a low-cost compact will now start with the more expensive Sport trim level – the only Civic with a non-turbocharged engine. Despite being more expensive, the Civic is still an excellent all-around little sedan that readily satisfies.
While many automakers, particularly in the United States, have discontinued sedans, there are still a few worthy contenders in this class. The Kia Forte and Hyundai Elantra, for example, provide a lot of features for the money, while the Mazda 3 stands out with its sleek appearance and strong optional turbocharged, all-wheel-drive engine. Check out our test team’s in-depth Expert Rating below to see if the Civic is right for you.
Honda Civic Hatchback 2023 Price in Pakistan
The price of the Honda Civic Hatchback 2023 in Pakistan is 58,98,000 to 70,61,000 PKR.
|Honda Civic Hatchback Sport||PKR 58,98,000 (Estimated)|
|Honda Civic Hatchback EX-L||PKR 64,22,000 (Estimated)|
|Honda Civic Hatchback Sport Touring||PKR 70,61,000 (Estimated)|
Honda Civic Hatchback 2023 Price in USA
The price of the Honda Civic Hatchback 2023 in US Dollars is $25,850 to $30,950.
|Honda Civic Hatchback Sport||$25,850 US Dollar (Estimated)|
|Honda Civic Hatchback EX-L||$28,150 US Dollar (Estimated)|
|Honda Civic Hatchback Sport Touring||$30,950 US Dollar (Estimated)|
Despite redesigning everything else about the new Civic, Honda decided to keep the previous-generation car’s powerplant options. The base engine is a 158-hp 2.0-liter four-cylinder, while the enhanced engine is a turbocharged 1.5-liter four-cylinder that now produces 180 horsepower. The new Civic is only available in front-wheel drive. Unfortunately, the manual transmission featured on the previous generation Civic sedan has been discontinued for 2022, leaving only a CVT as an option. However, a six-speed manual transmission is still available on the hatchback type.
Our turbocharged Touring sedan took 7.5 seconds to reach 60 mph on our test track, which is somewhat slower than the previous generation Civic. The manual Sport Touring hatchback we tried did marginally better, reaching 60 mph in 7.3 seconds. Fortunately, the nimble handling, communicative steering, and well-balanced ride we loved in the previous generation model are all present and accounted for now. Sporty Si and genuinely sporty high-performance Type-R models are back and are reviewed separately.
The cabin is visually appealing. All controls are easily accessible and simple to use. It’s also spacious – the front seats can comfortably seat taller and shorter individuals, while the rear seats can comfortably seat average-size adults. There is plenty of rear legroom and headroom.
Narrow front roof pillars and side view mirrors located on the doors improve outward visibility, freeing up your view in front. The back glass is a little short, but the multi-angle rearview camera helps you see what’s behind you as you reverse out of a parking spot.
|Base engine size||2.0 L|
|Base engine type||Gas|
|Horsepower||158 hp @ 6,500 rpm|
|Torque||138 lb-ft @ 4,200 rpm|
|Cam-type||Double overhead cam (DOHC)|
Fuel & MPG
|Fuel type||Regular Unleaded|
|EPA city/highway MPG||29/37 MPG|
|EPA combined MPG||32 MPG|
|Range in miles (city/hwy)||359.6/458.8 mi.|
|Fuel tank capacity||12.4 gal.|
|Transmission||Continuously variable-speed automatic|
|Drive Type||Front-wheel drive|
|Overall width without mirrors||70.9 in|
|EPA interior volume||123.5 cu. ft.|
|Cargo capacity, all seats in place||24.5 cu. ft.|
|Turning circle||38.1 ft.|
|Curb weight||2,956 lbs.|