Starting at $22,405 MPG: 22 City, 31 Hwy
2012 Honda Civic Si Sedan
The Si has a special version of the intelligent Multi-Information Display (i-MID). It sits front and center in the Civic's instrument panel, and can be set to show the info you need most, like current fuel economy and audio system information. Use the i-MID to display fuel consumption information, audio status, or even your own personalized wallpaper image. And in the Civic Si, the i-MID also includes a unique power monitor mode, which shows current engine output as a percentage of peak horsepower.
Not only does the i-MID display your Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® status so you can make hands-free calls, the system is also ready for Bluetooth® Audio. Pair your compatible phone or player, and stream your music right through the Si sound system. Just one more of the i-MID's many magical abilities.
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Awards & Accolades
Kelley Blue Book's kbb.com named the Civic one of the "Best Family Cars of 2012." The Civic earned this award from The Trusted Resource® by being "family-friendly in a big way, offering safety, comfort, child-friendliness, strong consumer ratings and impressive cost of ownership stats."
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has named the Civic Si Sedan a "2012 Top Safety Pick." IIHS rates vehicles good, acceptable, marginal or poor based on performance in front and side crash tests, a rollover test, and evaluations of seat/head restraints for protection against neck injuries in rear impacts. To earn Top Safety Pick for 2012, a vehicle must have good ratings in all four Institute tests.
Honda has a long history of environmental leadership, including the introduction of America's first mass-produced hybrid, the [original] Honda Insight, and the first vehicle to meet California's Low-Emission Vehicle standards, 1996 Civic well in advance of regulatory requirements. Acknowledgment of our commitment to innovation can be seen by Honda's topping the rankings as the country's greenest automaker by the Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS)—for the fifth consecutive year.