Discover the distinctive styling of the new Civic Hatchback.*
Honda Sensing® is a suite of safety and assistance features designed to make driving easier and help protect you and your passengers. When activated, these features use sensor inputs to automatically provide alerts, and can also provide steering and braking assistance as needed.
The Collision Mitigation Braking System™ (CMBS™)* can alert and assist you when there’s a risk of collision with a detected vehicle or pedestrian in front of you. The system can automatically apply brake pressure when it determines that a collision is unavoidable.
The Road Departure Mitigation System (RDM)* is designed to help you stay on the road. If you cross over detected lane lines without signaling, RDM can provide necessary steering assistance to help you return to your lane or keep you from leaving the roadway entirely.
Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)* is an intelligent cruising system that adapts to the speed of vehicles detected ahead so you don’t have to. When a vehicle in front of you is traveling slower than your set speed, ACC slows your Honda automatically and then maintains a set following interval.
Sport Touring shown in Sonic Gray Pearl.* Accord shown in video for demonstration purposes. Accord LKAS does not include low-speed functionality.
The Lane Keeping Assist System (LKAS)* helps make highway driving easier when you’re cruising on the open road. While your hands are on the wheel, the system can help keep your vehicle centered in a detected lane by making subtle steering adjustments.
Traffic Sign Recognition (TSR)* can help you keep track of road information, such as the current speed limit. As you drive past traffic signs, the system can display information from recognized signs on the Driver Information Interface.
2022 North American Car of the Year™
Leading its class in design, safety features, performance and more, the 2022 Honda Civic has won the North American Car of the Year™ award.North American Car, Truck and Utility Vehicle of the Year Awards™ (NACTOY)