The Honda Civic is one of the most popular cars on the road today. The 2020 model year of the Civic is offered in three popular body styles: sedan, coupe, and hatchback. At low, affordable prices. You can buy this year’s model year in any body style you prefer and feel confident that you are getting the best deal possible on your new Honda Civic.
The Civic as a classic sedan
The sedan body style is the most popular option, and it maintains the sporty body lines of the coupe. It is the most affordable option at $19,850 brand new.
The sedan body also has the best gas mileage of the lineup, getting a reported 32mpg in the city and 42mpg on the highway, making it a great option for a daily driver or long commutes.
The sleek body lines of the sedan give it an aggressive side profile, and the updated front end and taillights make it look even more modern than the previous generation.
A sporty coupe
The coupe is the two-door version with sportier body lines, and it’s only slightly more expensive than the sedan at $21,050. While it lacks rear doors, the coupe still offers spacious back seats that allow for additional passengers, and there is still enough cargo space to make it a practical car.
The coupe gets slightly worse fuel economy, but not by much, as it gets 31mpg in the city and 40mph on the highway, only a few mpg less than the sedan.
The coupe body style gives owners the appeal of driving a sportier car, without the inconvenience and lack of practicality, and it continues to be a good option for a daily driver or commuter car.
A fun hatchback
With a limited number of hatchback options available in the US due to shrinking consumer demand, Honda is keeping the dream alive with their Honda Civic hatchback. It is everything you want from a hatchback with just a little bit sportier styling. It’s the most expensive body style, but not by much, with a sticker price of $21,750 it is less than a thousand dollars more than the sporty coupe body.
The hatchback gets the same fuel economy as the coupe and has just a little bit more passenger and cargo space than the sedan. It doesn’t have the typical boxy rear end of a hatchback but has the sweeping roofline that hatchback fanatics adore.
Regardless of your personal style, the range of body styles for the 2020 Honda Civic are an affordable way to get what you want. From practical sedans to sporty coupes, the Civic is, as it has almost always been, a great option if you’re in the market to buy a car brand new.