Honda's Most Expensive 2022 Civic Si Is Still A Bargain

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We dare you to find better value anywhere.

Honda has been making people very happy of late. Its luxury arm, Acura, recently announced the revival of the iconic Integra, something that fans have been clamoring for incessantly. In addition to that, we've now got access to the awesome Honda Civic Si, and we think it's better than most of the competition. Fortunately, you don't need to spend a fortune to get a class-leading machine like this, but what if you did want to loosen your purse strings a little? The 2022 Civic Si's configurator is now live, and we gave it a whirl to see what we bring the final MSRP to.

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Two trims are available, and in typical Honda fashion, they're the exact same car with only a minor change. First is the regular Si, starting at $27,300. This comes with 200 horsepower, a six-speed manual, three drive modes, and a helical limited-slip differential. You also get sport front seats, 18-inch wheels, a Bose sound system, and all the other features mentioned at launch. But for $200 more, you can get the Si HPT. What is this special model, you ask? It's a regular Si with "high-performance summer tires." We're disappointed too. Anyway, we chose this and went to the color options, of which there are six. The first three cost nothing and are Aegean Blue Metallic, Crystal Black Pearl, and Rallye Red. Spend an extra $395 and you can have the launch color of Blazing Orange Pearl, or you can take Platinum White Pearl or Sonic Gray Pearl.

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The interior doesn't leave you any choice with only black-and-red cloth on offer, but you do get to choose different wheels on the next page. The regular Matte Black 18-inch alloys are great, but the twist design of the optional 18s is pretty cool too. These will cost you $1,706.

Moving on to packages, you can have protection packages with all-season floor mats and trunk liners, and so forth, with all three package options costing less than $400. Fortunately, there's something a little more interesting in the HPD package, which gets an HPD emblem and front underbody, side underbody, and rear underbody spoilers. Available to either trim, this sets you back $1,112. We also added nicer carpets, illuminated door sill trim, and rear sunshades. Unfortunately, if you've already added the HPD package, there's not much here beyond things like window visors, wheel nuts, and protection film. We added everything available, including an engine block heater, and came to a final figure of $34,042 including $1,015 in destination charges.

Value for money? You won't find any better.

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