What are the 2022 Honda Civic MPG Ratings?

October 21st, 2021 by

2022 Honda Civic Sport on Highway
 

Along with its redesigned exterior styling, comfortable interior, and strong performance capabilities, the 2022 Honda Civic gas mileage is one of the key features of this popular compact sedan. Is the 2022 Honda Civic fuel efficient? The entry-level Honda Civic Sedan LX equipped with a Continuously Variable Transmission (M-CVT), earns an estimated fuel economy rating of 31 mpg city/40 mpg highway*. Learn more about how the 2022 Honda Civic MPG ratings can help you save gas on your Hoboken commute in this guide from Metro Honda in Jersey City. 

2022 Honda Civic Gas Mileage by Trim Level

Your 2022 Honda Civic EPA estimate will vary slightly depending on which one of the four available trim levels you choose. Take a look at the Honda Civic MPG ratings for each trim below:

  • Civic Sedan LX with M-CVT: 31 mpg city/40 mpg highway*
  • Civic Sedan Sport with M-CVT: 30 mpg city/37 mpg highway*
  • Civic Sedan EX with LL-CVT: 33 mpg city/42 mpg highway*
  • Civic Sedan Touring with LL-CVT: 31 mpg city/38 mpg highway*

2022 Honda Civic Engine Specs and Eco Assist™ System 

The 2022 Honda Civic gas mileage is due to its two strong engine options. The Civic Sedan LX and Sport both come with a standard 2.0L 4-cylinder engine that delivers delivers 158 hp and 138 lb-ft of torque, while theCivic Sedan EX and Touring models are equipped with a standard 1.5L turbo 4-cylinder engine that generates up to 180 hp and 177 lb-ft of torque. All Civic Sedan trim levels come with the Eco Assist™ System, which can help you get the most out of your Honda Civic MPG in two unique ways: 

  1. The system tells you how fuel-efficient your driving habits are via a color-changing display around the speedometer. If the display is green, your driving habits are efficient; if it’s blue, you’re probably wasting fuel.
  2. The Eco Assist™ System can be had with an available ECON button, which allows you to change the performance profile of your Civic to favor fuel conservation. 

What Kind of Gas Does the Honda Civic Use?

It is recommended that you use unleaded gasoline of 91 octane or higher in your Honda Civic. Honda also recommends that you use TOP TIER Detergent Gasoline where available. You should avoid gasoline containing more than 15% ethanol, and NEVER use gasoline containing methanol.

Learn More About the 2022 Honda Civic EPA Estimates at Metro Honda 

Is the 2022 Honda Civic fuel efficient? We think you’ll agree that the Honda Civic MPG ratings show that this sporty sedan can help you save on gas wherever you drive in the Newark area. Check out the available 2022 Civic colors, and don’t forget to browse our current Honda Civic lease offers to take advantage of some of the best deals in the Bayonne area. If you’d like to learn more about the redesigned Civic Sedan, please contact us online or give us a call at (201) 685-8940.

 

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