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Does anyone have a guess as to what the price for the 11th Gen Civic is going to be?

For reference, here's how the current Civic lineup is priced:

Honda Civic Sedan: $20,650
Honda Civic Coupe: $21,050
Honda Civic Hatchback: $21,750
Honda Civic Si Sedan: $25,200
Honda Civic Si Coupe: $25,200
Honda Civic Type R: $36,995

My guess is that the 11th Gen Civic is going to be similarly priced as the current lineup (probably a couple hundred dollars more), except the Type R. If the Type R is going to be a Hybrid I think we can see the price get in the $40,000 range.
 

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Honda just raised prices on all 2021 Civic models and with that we'll have to shift 11th Gen pricing accordingly:

The lineup consists of four trim levels: LX, Sport, EX, and Sport Touring. That's down from five in 2020, because the EX-L model which was positioned one notch below the range-topping trim is not coming back for 2021. Pricing starts at $22,000 before a $955 destination charge enters the equation, meaning putting a Civic Hatchback in your driveway will cost at least $22,955. For context, the 2020 model started at $21,650 before Honda added a $930 destination charge, so it was priced at $22,580.

At the other end of the spectrum, the Sport Touring model costs $29,355 with a six-speed manual transmission or $30,155 with a continuously variable transmission (CVT). It's the only member of the Civic Hatchback range that tops $30,000, unless you count the Type R; its Limited Edition model starts at $44,950.

 

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2022 Honda Civic Sedan Pricing (USA)

TrimEngineMSRPMSRP Plus $995
Destination Charge
LX2.0L$21,700$22,695
Sport2.0L$23,100$24,095
EX1.5 Turbo$24,700$25,695
Touring1.5 Turbo$28,300$29,295

2022 Honda Civic Sedan Pricing (Canada)

Trim
Engine
MSRP
MSRP Plus $1,700 Freight and PDI
LX
2.0L​
$24,465​
$26,165​
EX
2.0L​
$26,765​
$28,465​
Sport
2.0L​
$27,865​
$29,565​
Touring
1.5 Turbo​
$30,265​
$31,965​
 

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I just went to a dealer in Ohio these are the prices quoted for out of the door.

LX: MSRP: $22695+ Tax: 1663.51 + doc fees and came to total of $24635

EX: MSRP: $25695 + tax and other fees and came to total of $27861

Is this what others also getting or this MSRP is way too high?
 

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None of these pricing matrixes I've seen posted show one other cost factor, color. White, Sonic Gray, and Blue Mist are premium colors, so the MSRP for those colors is $395 higher.
 

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I just went to a dealer in Ohio these are the prices quoted for out of the door.

LX: MSRP: $22695+ Tax: 1663.51 + doc fees and came to total of $24635

EX: MSRP: $25695 + tax and other fees and came to total of $27861

Is this what others also getting or this MSRP is way too high?
I'm sure there will be a lot more real life price posts in the next few weeks. I was just quoted MSRP for an EX, and well over MSRP for a Touring. /sarcasm on/ This full ticket pricing, despite the fact which we learned here that a gasoline engine car is "not a wise purchase". This supposedly meant lesser demand, making pricing at pre pandemic, significantly under MSRP, price levels. /sarcasm off/

I would expect that anything significantly below MSRP, for the next few weeks, will be relatively rare, and will be in pockets of the country where demand and local costs (rent, labor, etc) are lower. I also expect to see claims that "my dealer sold me the car at $1800 under MSRP", but not understanding that this "lower price" impact was offset by lowballing the value of a trade-in, or by a juicy dealer financing rate.
 

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I just went to a dealer in Ohio these are the prices quoted for out of the door.

LX: MSRP: $22695+ Tax: 1663.51 + doc fees and came to total of $24635

EX: MSRP: $25695 + tax and other fees and came to total of $27861

Is this what others also getting or this MSRP is way too high?
Welcome @nmpraveen. Did you get one?
If you did, or will sometime soon, add it to The 2022+ 11th Gen Civic Owners Registry
 

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I was quoted 35,100 OTD for a touring here in Orlando. We really need/want one but no way I’m going to touch it at that price.
 

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That's pricey?

Why so expensive? Is that including freight?
That’s what I thought too. Out the door including taxes and registration. The base price of the car was 32,500 so they were selling almost 3k over MSRP. Not too many touring’s here in Orlando.

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I’m in SoCal shopping for a 2022 LX or EX and I’m finding most dealers have 2-3k ADM or $2500 protection package added to price. Has anybody been able to purchase one at MSRP?
 

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Just purchased an 2022 Civic Touring in Lunar Silver Metallic for wifey here in NorCal. Not many touring available, if there are, dealership added bunch of accessories that we didn't need (i.e. wheel lock, security system, tint, clear wrap, paint coating, splash guard, leather protection, etc.) i dont mind paying for a few accessories but they added so many that it's usually 2 to 5K over msrp. If dealership did't add accessories, they will have significant markup.

Luckily i found one in msrp without any accessories. Since everyone knows there's no inventory for Touring model, we couldn't negotiate at all. Dealer wouldn't even round it to the nearest dollar. They wanted every cent after tax/license/fees.
 

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Just purchased an 2022 Civic Touring in Lunar Silver Metallic for wifey here in NorCal. Not many touring available, if there are, dealership added bunch of accessories that we didn't need (i.e. wheel lock, security system, tint, clear wrap, paint coating, splash guard, leather protection, etc.) i dont mind paying for a few accessories but they added so many that it's usually 2 to 5K over msrp. If dealership did't add accessories, they will have significant markup.

Luckily i found one in msrp without any accessories. Since everyone knows there's no inventory for Touring model, we couldn't negotiate at all. Dealer wouldn't even round it to the nearest dollar. They wanted every cent after tax/license/fees.
Not surprised. First few months dealers have all the leverage. Once the car gets a few months old, the buyer has more power.

BTW, welcome to the forum @davejy
Share some pics when you get a chance
 

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I just put a hold on a Black Touring for MSRP + 799 dealer fee with no packages. It seems like I made out OK, not ideal, but I couldn’t wait 6 months for the prices to come down. I’m in Orlando, FL.

I was quoted almost 1.5k more from another dealer. This had a $999 protection package on it.
 

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Welcome to the forum @rrk

Have you checked out pricing at other Honda dealers? Curious to know how much it ranges.
Another dealer nearby quoted $2500 over MSRP for a purchase.

It’s not a good time to get the 22 right now, at least in California.
 

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I was able to purchase a 2022 EX for mfg. list of $25,695 + tax and license this week. It took a bit of emailing to several dealers to find the right deal with no ADM/dealer installed accessories. It seems quite a few Civics are inbound for arrival within 14 days. Deals with no ADM/accessories are out there in SoCal, just takes some work to find them.
 
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