The 2015 Honda Civic Si: Sporty and Practical
If you’ve been looking at the 2015 Civic and wishing you had an option that was just as practical but was built for the track, the 2015 Honda Civic Si is for you. Available now at a Mid-Missouri Honda Dealers, the Civic Si takes what drivers love about the Civic and amps up its sporty attitude with a rear spoiler, a new body sculpt, and a more powerful engine, among other things.
Let’s take a look.
The Big Differences
There are two key differences between the Civic and the Civic Si: the body sculpt and what’s under the hood.
While simply looking at the Civic Si will tell you that it has a different build than its more conservative sibling, we think you really ought to see it in person to better understand how stylish this special Civic is, particularly in Orange Fire Pearl, Rallye Red, and Dyno Blue Pearl. The sleek front end, rear spoiler, and unique design elements really pop, and everyone knows you’re not just driving any old Civic by the “Si” badging on the front and rear.
As far as the engines are concerned, it’s a bit easier to break those down and compare them side by side:
- The 2015 Honda Civic comes with a 1.8L four-cylinder engine with 143 hp and 129 lb-ft of torque… not bad for a small car.
- The 2015 Civic Si, on the other hand, features a 2.4L four-cylinder rated at 205 hp and 174 lb-ft of torque with a sequential rev limit indicator that cues you in on the precise time you should be shifting gears.
While we can compare the powertrains side-by-side, we have to be honest with you: the Civic Si is a car that demands to be driven. Knowing that it’s got 205 hp to the 143 hp of the standard Civic should be a good indication of all of the differences between these cars and just how ready the Civic Si is to have its redline put to the test, but seeing—and driving—is believing.
Schedule a Test Drive
The 2015 Honda Civic Si is available now at all of our Mid-Missouri Honda Dealer locations, and we cannot wait to see you zip out of our lot behind the wheel. Visit us today to set up a test drive.