2025 Honda Civic Hybrid Starts at $29,845, Worth the $2500 Upgrade

2025 honda civic hybrid prototype
2025 Honda Civic Hybrid Sedan Starts at $29,845Honda
  • The 2025 Honda Civic Hybrid starts at $29,845, which is for the sedan version of the Sport trim level.

  • That hybrid powertrain is a $2500 upgrade over the nonhybrid Civic Sport ($27,245); the LX is the least expensive trim, starting at $25,345.

  • Nonhybrids also adopt the hybrid's new Atkinson-cycle 2.0-liter four-cylinder that lowers output from 158 to 150 horsepower.

The first hybrid-powered Honda Civic in nearly a decade can be yours for under $30K. That news comes today as Honda has revealed pricing and other details about the 2025 Civic sedan, which is slated to go on sale before the hatchback version arrives sometime later this summer. Pricing for the five-door variant will likely be announced closer to that time.

For 2025, the Civic Sport Hybrid sedan starts at $29,845. That's $2500 more than the nonhybrid Civic Sport sedan, which has a $27,345 base price ($700 more than last year's model). With the hybrid powertrain, the Civic makes 200 horsepower and 232 pound-feet of torque, with its 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine and dual electric motors combining to make more torque than the sport-tuned Civic Si.

2025 honda civic hybrid prototype

There's also the better-equipped Civic Sport Touring Hybrid that starts at $32,845. That price nudges up against the hybrid Honda Civic Accord, which starts at $33,990 for the 2024 model year. Of course, you can get a nonhybrid Civic for a lot less than that, with the entry-level LX trim starting at $25,345 for 2025.


While its base price rises by $300 compared with last year, the new nonhybrid Civic's myriad improvements help justify that increase. However, it sacrifices some horsepower and torque. That's due to a new Atkinson-cycle 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine, which is adopted from the hybrid Civic and replaces the previous 2.0-liter four-pot. Whereas its already poky predecessor made 158 horsepower and 138 pound-feet of torque, the new Civic makes 150 horses and 133 pound-feet.

Honda says the loss of power is offset by a wider torque band and better fuel-economy estimates. The nonhybrid '25 Civic is rated at up to 36 mpg combined versus last year's 35-mpg combined.

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