Honda's all-new Civic Coupe will sticker from just under $20,000 when it hits the market next week.

Officially, the Civic Coupe, which debuted last fall at the 2015 Los Angeles Auto Show, will go on sale March 15.

That base price is for the Civic LX Coupe with a 6-speed manual gearboxe. Prices, and equipment, naturally climb from there. For comparison, the four-door Civic LX Sedan costs $410 less.

Equipment levels for the coupe essentially mirror those of the sedan with the exception of the two-door-only LX-P, which adds a moonroof, keyless entry with push-button start, and a remote engine starting system.

That means that LX, LX-P and EX Coupes utilize a 2.0-liter 4-cylinder rated at 158 horsepower. The LX Coupe includes the manual transmission, while the EX adds a CVT.

From there, the line climbs to the EX-L and Touring, which swap out the 2.0 for a 1.5-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder rated at 174 hp. For now, the turbocharged Civic is offered only with the CVT, but Honda has said that it intends to offer a 6-speed stick shift with the turbo eventually. 

All prices quoted here include a mandatory $835 destination charge.

Here's a look at pricing for the complete 2016 Honda Civic Coupe range:

  • LX 6-speed: $19,885
  • LX CVT: $20,865
  • LX-P CVT: $21,865
  • EX CVT: $23,135
  • EX-L CVT: $24,260
  • Touring CVT: $26,960


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