The 2025 Honda Civic Hybrid is the Most Powerful Non-Type R Model Yet


the 2025 honda civic hybrid is the most powerful non type r model yet

Honda is refreshing the Civic for 2025, reviving the hybrid option and introducing a new Sport Touring Hybrid trim as the top option in the lineup. The automaker said its updates make the new car the most potent non-Type R Civic yet.

The 2025 Civic comes in four trims, including LX sedan, Sport, Sport Hybrid, and Sport Touring Hybrid. Hybrid models will see 200 horsepower and 232 pound-feet of torque, making them quicker than the previous turbocharged 1.5-liter four-cylinder-powered cars.

the 2025 honda civic hybrid is the most powerful non type r model yet

Exterior styling also got an update, starting with the front fascia and grille, which Honda said are more aggressive. Hybrid trims get body-colored headlight accents and a front lower spoiler, and sport trims ride on black 18-inch wheels. The LX and Sport trims retain a 2.0-liter gas four-cylinder engine. Honda will offer four new colors, including Solar Silver Metallic, Urban Gray Pearl, Blue Lagoon Pearl, and Sand Dune Pearl.

Inside, hybrid models come with a gray interior, while the Sport hybrid adds a moonroof, dual-zone climate controls, and heated front seats. The Sport Touring Hybrid gets leather upholstery, a nine-inch touchscreen with wireless smartphone mirroring, and a 12-speaker Bose audio system. The larger display in the Sport Touring also brings Google built-in, bringing apps like Maps, Google Play store features, and more.

the 2025 honda civic hybrid is the most powerful non type r model yet

Honda Sensing safety tech comes standard, bringing a long list of driver-assist features. They include forward collision warnings, lane departure alerts, lane keep assist, blind spot monitoring, adaptive cruise control, and automatic emergency braking. Sport trims add blind spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alerts.

[Images: Honda]

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