Honda Civic Sedan LX, EX, EX-T, EX-L, or Touring: What’s Different?

Honda Civic Sedan New JerseyPersonalize your Honda Civic Sedan in nearly any way you want. You can begin customization by choosing from one of the five trim levels. You can then move onto the various options and packages, including transmissions and the Honda Sensing suite.

Honda Civic Sedan LX

Even if you choose to stick with the base Civic LX trim level, you get the powerfully efficient 158-horsepower 2-liter 4-cylinder engine and an electric parking brake featuring automatic brake hold. This trim also comes standard with the latest technology, like Bluetooth for streaming audio and phone connectivity and a Multi-Angle Rearview Camera featuring guidelines. For added style, you get LED daytime running lights. Convenience comes from the 5-inch color LCD screen and capless fuel filler.

Honda Civic Sedan EX

Going with the Civic Sedan EX automatically upgrades the infotainment system to a 7-inch electrostatic touchscreen for Display Audio. It also features Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, HondaLink, and SMS texting. This model is also more convenient thanks to the Push Button Start and Remote Engine Start, as well as Smart Entry. It also adds Honda LaneWatch, heated side mirrors, and a one-touch power moonroof that can tilt.

Honda Civic Sedan EX-T

The Honda Civic EX-T is nearly identical to the EX trim. However, it gives you a more powerful 1.5-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder engine. You also get more luxury features, like SiriusXM and HD radio, heated front seats, fog lights, and dual-zone automatic climate control.

Honda Civic Sedan EX-L

Choose the Civic EX-L for everything included in the EX-T trim. You also get 8-way power adjustment for the driver and an automatic-dimming rearview mirror. This trim also adds leather to the seats, shift knob, and steering wheel.

Honda Civic Sedan Touring

For the most luxurious experience, go with the 2016 Civic Touring trim. It comes standard with the advanced safety technologies in the Honda Sensing suite and rain-sensing wipers. LED headlights add to its style and visibility. The premium audio system has 10 speakers, 450 watts, and a subwoofer. The passenger in this trim also gets 4-way power adjustment.

To learn what sets the Honda Civic Sedan trims apart in more detail, talk to the team at Garden State Honda in Clifton and Passaic, New Jersey.