2014 Honda Civic Sedan Values

Select a 2014 Honda Civic Sedan trim level

2014 model year changes

The continuously variable transaxle (CVT) is new for 2014, replacing the 5-speed automatic. A new Display Audio touchscreen interface features an improved interface. The coupe got improved suspension and some appearance changes.

Competitive comparison

Sedan or coupe body styles; responsive driving feel; roomy interior; improved standard features; available gas/electric hybrid powertrain

Special features for 2014

For decades, the Civic has offered one of the best compact-car picks for those who want to keep their ownership costs low and plan to keep their cars a long time. The Civic is also one of the roomiest small sedans, with even better ride comfort and interior refinement this year. Top models can still be appointed with the works--including a navigation system and full leather upholstery--making the Civic feel more like a compact luxury sedan than an affordable commuter.
The four-door version of one of the most popular cars in North America, the exterior appearance of the 2014 Honda Civic Sedan is formed around the company’s safety-focused ACE body structure. Equipped with a 1.8 liter in-line four-cylinder i-VTEC engine, the 2014 Honda Civic Sedan’s 143 horsepower is channeled through either a five-speed manual or a continuously variable transmission. Offered in four major trim levels for 2014, all Honda Civic Sedans protect occupants with a wide array of safety features including Vehicle Stability Assist with Traction Control, Brake Assist as well as front, side and curtain airbags. On the entry-level 2014 Honda Civic Sedan LX, standard conveniences include air conditioning, rearview camera, cruise control, Bluetooth connectivity and a Pandora compatible stereo system. Upgraded with seven-inch infotainment touch screen, 16-inch alloy wheels and a power moonroof highlight the equipment found standard on the 2014 Honda Civic Sedan EX. For a luxury, compact touch, an EX-L version of the 2014 Honda Civic Sedan adds leather seating and an available Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation System. A trim version of the 2014 Honda Civic Sedan developed specifically for achieving maximum fuel economy, the HF variant of the 2014 Civic Sedan is exclusively equipped with lightweight 15-inch alloy wheels, body-colored deck lid spoiler and a tire repair kit replacing the emergency spare tire. The 2014 Honda Civic Sedan can travel up to 31 miles per gallon in the city and 41 miles per gallon through highway driving.