Although the Honda Civic is made in both Sedan and Hatchback body styles, the first image that comes to many people’s minds is still the hatchback. The hatchback is a signature shape with so many possibilities and variants of its own throughout the years that it has endured many years of ups and downs to make it at least as far as 2021.
The success of the Honda Civic Hatchback is largely thanks to its utility in terms of cargo space and its balanced list of skills. The technology inside and a fun driving experience make the Civic Hatchback hard to beat. The technology and other features only increase moving up through the ranks of the trim levels. Each of the four trims is presented from lowest to highest in the table below with a pair of key highlights next to each.
|LX||Honda Sensing®||1.5L Turbocharged Engine with 175 Horsepower|
|Sport||Android Auto™ and Apple CarPlay® Integration||Center-Mounted Dual-Outlet Exhaust|
|EX||Dual-Zone Automatic Climate Control||Honda LaneWatch™|
|Sport Touring||540-Watt Premium Audio System||Leather-Trimmed Interior|
If you are trying to buy a 2021 Honda Civic Hatchback and won’t settle for anything less than leather, it’s easy to see that the Sport Touring trim is the model for you. If interior material is less of a concern, but you need to have great technology, the EX might suit your fancy, but it’s hard to settle for anything less than the premium Honda sound system. Budget buyers will praise the LX and its powerful turbocharged engine, not to mention the comprehensive safety technology. The Sport provides more high-demand interior technology than the LX without a substantial jump in price, making it a strong contender to lead the Civic Hatchback in terms of total models sold.