2022 Honda Civic Hatchback

All New 2022 Honda Civic  Hatchback

Redesigned for a sportier feel, the all-new 2022 Honda Civic Hatchback houses a 6-speed manual transmission paired with either of these engine choices: 2.0-liter or turbocharged 1.5-liter 4-cylinder. The high-rigidity body, the new fastback roofline,  and shorter rear overhang serves as the basis for Honda performance.  

 

 

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Exterior Design

Sporty and modern, the new Hatchback embodies the ultimate in Honda performance – the Civic Type R. The Euro-inspired silhouette and the stiffer body construction creates a smoother appearance while improving driver performance. With a more detailed grill design and a coupe-like profile, it gives the 11th generation a more sportier look. 

Engineering

The improved chassis delivers a more responsive ride, and advances straight-line driving and steering stability.  For the 11th generation, feedback control has been added to the dual-pinion electronic power steering(EPS) for smooth steering feel with strong resistance to ride disturbances.

Interior Design

Designed to implement the new Honda user-experience and Honda’s human-centered design philosophy, the cabin layout offers more cargo capacity, more legroom for rear passengers, a user-friendly layout, and improved visibility to make the Hatchback's environment comparable to high-end tech devices. 

 

Technology

The 2022 Civic Hatchback features a 7-inch color digital display that can present a range of alerts and information. The Sport Touring Hatchback features a new HD 9-inch color touchscreen equipped with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration. The Sport Touring trim also offers a new 3D navigation system.

Safety Features

The 11th generation Hatchback is the first vehicle in the world to use redesigned airbags. These airbags are designed to cradle the head and control rotation. The Honda Sensing functions have been updated for the new Hatchback and now include Traffic Jam Assist, Forward Collision Warning, and a Collision Mitigation Braking System.

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