Prices of the Honda Civic small car have risen for the final months of 2020, with price increases across the hatch and sedan ranges by as much as $1000.
Lower-spec VTi-S variants have risen in price the least of all model grades, now costing $350 more, while the flagship, non-performance VTi-LX can now be had for $550 more.
The sole trim grade excluded from the recent price increases – which came into effect in November – is the hero Civic Type R hot hatch, which retains its $54,990 before on-road costs sticker.
While pricing might have increased, standard equipment on offer with each variant hasn't changed – for a full breakdown of what's on offer, click on the links to read our previous, more in-depth pricing and specification stories for both hatch and sedan body styles.
Lower-spec VTi and VTi-S trims seek power from a 104kW/174Nm 1.8-litre non-turbo four-cylinder petrol engine, while higher grades feature a 127kW/220Nm 1.5-litre turbocharged petrol four-cylinder. Both engines drive the front wheels through a standard-fit CVT automatic.
The 2021 Honda Civic hatch and sedan are on sale now.
2021 Honda Civic pricing
- VTi sedan - $23,590 (+$1000)
- VTi hatch - $23,790 (+$1000)
- VTi-S sedan - $26,290 (+$350)
- VTi-S hatch - $26,490 (+$350)
- VTi-L sedan - $30,090 (+$750)
- VTi-L hatch - $30,290 (+$750)
- RS sedan - $34,090 (+$750)
- RS hatch - $34,790 (+$750)
- VTi-LX sedan - $35,590 (+$550)
- VTi-LX hatch - $35,790 (+$550)
- Type R hatch - $54,990 (unchanged)
Note: all prices exclude on-road costs.
Correction – 7 December 2020, 6:00pm: An earlier version of this story listed price rises for the Honda Civic hatch and sedan ranging between $750 and $1400, based on data compiled by RJ Pound. Honda Australia has since confirmed price rises between $350 and $1000 came into effect from 2 November. This article has now been updated with the correct pricing information.