The Honda Civic Si Coupe had substantial changes to the styling, interior, suspension, driver assistance features along with a bump in horsepower for 2014 model. As a result the 2015 model is basically unchanged.
However, change was unnecessary for the 2015 Honda Si Coupe, it’s a fantastic all-around car and it’s especially fun for the driver. Although Honda has changed engines a few years ago from a 2.0-liter that revved to 8,000 RPMs to a more torquey 7,000 rpm 2.4-liter i-VTEC engine it?s still fun to run the Si through the gears. And no one, not even BMW, shifts as well as this six-speed manual Honda transmission it’s probably the best shifting manual in the business.
Honda Civic Si Coupe Test Drive
Tucked sideways under the short Civic hood, the 2.4-liter i-VTEC four-cylinder engine produces 240-hp and 174-lb.ft. of torque. It makes it a more drivable car for every day, but still maintains a racy sensation that comes with running the engine at higher RPMs.
The Civic Si accelerates from 0 to 60 mph in 6.5 seconds. EPA fuel economy is estimated to be 22 mpg city, 31 mpg highway and 25 mpg combined. We averaged 26.7 mpg during the week we drove the Si.
Upfront is an exclusive Si grille, some aggressive-looking scoops, and short splitter. Overall, the redesigned Coupe resembles an Italian exotic with a short hood, sharply raked windshield, sweeping roofline and short rear deck with spoiler and lower air defuser.
2015 Honda Civic Coupe Interior
2015 Honda Civic Si Coupe Pricing
For someone that wants a good looking car that’s fun to drive, while still being practical, the 2015 Honda Civic Si Coupe is a great choice. Or if you need more family space, check out the Si sedan.