The compact sedan is one of the most important car classes in American automotive history. Although automakers in the United States make plenty of their own compact sedans, Asian automakers like Honda continue to stay on top, even in the United States. The Honda Civic Sedan is a cornerstone of this history and no matter how much public opinion shifts to SUVs, the Civic Sedan continues to be not only relevant but vital.
The 2021 model year doesn’t bring along a groundbreaking redesign or new technologies that turn the world upside down, but what it does do, is deliver on Honda reliability, durability, and quality. Some changes arrive as part of the 2021 model year, but most of what drivers loved about the last five model years remains true. Use the chart below to compare each trim using a couple of their featured highlights.
Multi-Angle Rearview Camera
Honda Sensing® Safety Technology Suite
Android Auto™ and Apple CarPlay® Integration
Leather-Wrapped Steering Wheel and Shift Knob
One-Touch Power Moonroof
HomeLink® Remote System
450-Watt Premium Audio System
Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation System™
The EX and EX-L will likely draw in most of the Civic-buying public. Both trims have the more powerful engine option and some fancy luxury features, but neither one goes all-out for features like the Touring. Many drivers looking for the right compact sedan won’t prioritize the added features of the Touring, but that doesn’t mean each trim won’t attract its own crowd. There’s a trim for every taste, and luckily for those on tighter budgets, the LX still grants many modern technologies and conveniences.