2022 Honda Civic Si Review // A Sensible Hero



The 2022 Honda Civic Si ($33,150 CAD starting, $27,300 USD starting) has returned after taking a step back for the 2021 model year. While this new generation may have a few less horsepower than the previous one, it now comes equipped with a limited slip differential. That will hopefully help make this new Si even more fun off the line and in a corner. As a manual only sporty daily driver, can the 2022 Honda Civic Si give you the best of both worlds? Can you have your cake on the commute and eat it too on the drive home? Watch to see what the guys think! SUBSCRIBE!

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33 thoughts on “2022 Honda Civic Si Review // A Sensible Hero”

  1. Yellow spray paint thing was awesome 🤣 Honda designed insight and said let's put Si badge and later Acura was like let's put integra 🤣

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  2. I have a 2019 Si Coupe as a daily. The rev hang sucks. It isn't caused by just too heavy of a flywheel, it is also tuned into the ecu. From what I have read it is an emission thing to keep the crank case from getting pressurized so much and having to be vented blah blah blah. A tune will get rid of the ecu rev hang. Once mine is out of warranty… 10th Gen Sis also have wheel hop issues. It is from the rear lower engine mount being to damn soft. Easy fix but you shouldn't have to in a sporty car. Honda screwed the pooch with the engine mount.

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  3. James always bringing in Harry Potter related comparisons. You've earned my sub! 😆 Also I conversely think the interior will be more of a timeless interior and age well. I think the same for the whole car's aesthetic.

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