Hit the Track in a 2015 Honda Civic Si
The 2015 Honda Civic Si is the sport-tuned take on Honda’s famous small car, and if you’ve heard rumors about how fun it is to drive, we want to show you firsthand what this car is capable of. We have both the 2015 Honda Civic Si Sedan and Coupe in stock, giving you your choice of style on Honda’s powerful small car, and while the best way to know why we’re fans of the Civic Si is to get behind the wheel, we have an overview of some of its specs.
The Civic Si Engine
Whether you opt for the two-door coupe or the four-door sedan, the 2015 Honda Civic Si has a 2.4L four-cylinder engine with 205 hp at 7,000 RPM and 174 lb-ft of torque at 4,400 RPM. With your dash’s sequential rev limit indicator, a redline of 7,000 RPM, and a six-speed manual transmission, you’ll have no trouble getting the most out of Honda’s i-VTEC engine.
Unlike competing models, the Civic Si doesn’t resort to a turbocharger for its power, as turbochargers can give cars a hollow feeling. Honda engineering has found a way to give that full power feeling on a four-cylinder powertrain.
What’s the Difference Between Sedan and Coupe?
Each of the 2015 Honda Civic Si models has a suite of state-of-the-art standard features—Bluetooth, a 7-inch Display Audio touchscreen, rearview camera, one-touch power moonroof, advanced sport seating, and more—but what separates these two cars?
The short answer is “the body style,” and that’s actually the long version too. The 2015 Honda Civic Si Coupe has a two-door design and is a bit sleeker, as coupes are, while the Civic Si Sedan has a four-door design with a slightly higher rear roofline. That’s about it.
Test Drive a Civic Si Today
The 2015 Honda Civic Si Sedan and Coupe are available now to Eastern Kentucky, Southern Ohio, and West Virginia drivers, and we want to show you what it feels like to drive one of the most impressive small cars on the road. After all, vehicles like the Civic Si practically demand to be driven.
Visit a Tri-State Honda Dealer near you to take a test drive of the Civic Si today; feel free to try out both the sedan and the coupe.