2022 Honda Civic Review // Compact King

The 2022 Honda Civic Touring ($30,265 CAD, $28,300 USD) has been newly updated with a slew of new features and redesigned styling. Although the same 1.5-litre turbo engine is in the Touring model as before, it has seen both a performance and efficiency bump for 2022. Thomas and James spend some time examining how the new Civic performs as a daily driver. Watch to find out what they think! SUBSCRIBE!!!




Post-production by Karston Chong and Thomas Holland

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31 thoughts on “2022 Honda Civic Review // Compact King”

  1. Hey everyone. We just had a quick moment of Clarity. Karston was pretty Beat when editing this because he just got his second vaccine. Woo! The downside is we did mislabel the Corolla and the Mazda3 in the rear seat space comparison. For those who noticed, thank you!

  2. The Civic blows away the Corolla and Mazda3 in terms of rear passenger space and legroom (if you're considering driving Uber get the Civic!)

  3. Why you people come to make review of Honda. Your words are really discouraging.
    Next time do the review of expensive cars.

  4. Sadly, Honda is confused and failing for all of its miscalculations. Why on earth have your outdated HRV in the market and update your sedan?

  5. I love the look! It reminds me of an accord from the early 1990s. More japanese carmakers should do retro designs. Nobody buys a civic to have a weird looking spaceship.

  6. I have a very very heavy foot so if I sink the the feet on the gas am going to destroy the cvt trans of this crap. I have a 09 civic coupe and is really fun when i sink the foot on the gas it repond and the sound is nicer every time . This one is just crap. I personally not buy anything with cvts

  7. The Accord and Civic of this generation is exactly like the "you can copy my homework but make a couple changes so it doesn't look the same".


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