The ultimate in Honda Civic sedan performance, style and sport utility, the top tier Si model is the height of its trims. Allowing you to truly express your personality through your vehicle, the Si is dynamic, bold and makes a statement around every turn. Come to Cambridge Centre Honda and explore the thrilling world of the Honda Si models, turbocharged performance matched with fierce looks. Explore below what makes a Civic Si so exciting, and visit our dealership online or in-person for more.
Upgraded over the Touring, the top-level Si trim features a selection of exclusive replacements and add-ons, from performance style and function to colours and lighting.
Take flight (well, not quite) with the rear wing spoiler, providing both sport style and creating down force that grounds the Civic Sedan Si, increasing stability and control. Underneath the Si sits a centre exhaust finisher, the perfect accent for this race-ready trim.
Providing a seamless look whether at high speeds or cruising around the city, the body-colour matched door handles and heated power door mirrors create a harmonious look across the Si’s fierce exterior.
Mixing style with everyday function, this Si trim adds on LED fog lights, helping to illuminate the road on those foggy Cambridge mornings, a sharp beam cut from their fierce elements flanking the front of the Civic.
|Dimensions:||2020 Civic Sedan Si|
|Width (with mirrors) (mm)||2,087|
|Width (mirrors folded) (mm)||1,878|
|Turning Radius (m)||5.8|
|Ground Clearance (no-load/full-load) (mm)||120 / 103|
|Curb Weight (kg)||1,341|
Continuing the sport aesthetic of the exterior, the interior is featured around Sport Si front seats, sport pedals and high quality material accents.
It’s not just about the exterior sport looks on the Si, but so is it inside, for both style and comfortability. The Civic Si seats expertly cradle you for supreme comfort at high speeds, and are finished with a distinct red stitching to give the cabin a truly eye-popping accent.
Feel that power when you press down on the pedals thanks to the aluminum-trimmed sport pedals found on this upgraded Si trim. Gorgeous and sport-themed, you’ll feel like a true champion driver at the touch of the pedals.
The manual transmission of the Si comes in the form of this sleek and easy-to-handle aluminum shift knob. Smooth aluminum covers the top, with accented leather for extra luxury and grip below.
|Dimensions:||2020 Civic Sedan Si|
|Headroom (front) (mm)||953|
|Headroom (rear) (mm)||935|
|Shoulder room (front) (mm)||1,446|
|Shoulder room (rear) (mm)||1,397|
|Hip room (front) (mm)||1,364|
|Hip room (rear) (mm)||1,201|
|Legroom (front) (mm)||1,074|
|Legroom (rear) (mm)||950|
|Passenger Volume (L)||2,690|
|Cargo Volume (L)||379|
Advancing from the Touring is a whole new performance core, with a turbocharged engine, manual transmission and additional sport features.
The Civic Si gets you the most power out of any previous trim of this Honda sedan. That’s 205 horsepower and 192 lb-ft of torque out of the 1.5L, 16-valve, Direct Injection, DOHC 4-cylinder turbocharged engine. This equals a 10% bump in torque over the previous models.
The Si replaces the previous CVT of the sedan trims with a 6-speed manual transmission, the best way to feel the sport power that the Si produces.
Entering sport mode is as simple as the push of a button. The convenient sport mode button adjusts the damper settings and steering wheel response rate as soon as you activate it. Following suit is exceptional handling for all of your sport driving needs.
There’s no additional safety feature or driver-assisted tech on the Si trim, but it still maintains all of the extensive Honda safety systems from the previous trims. Even at those top speeds you’ll always be in the helpful control of these standard Honda safety features. Highlighted by Forward Collision Warning, Collision Mitigation Braking, Lane Departure Warning, Adaptive Cruise Control and more. At the core of this sporty design is the next-gen Advanced Compatibility Engineering body structure, which is built to disperse collision energy on impact away from the occupants.