Improved engine - 16-valve i-VTEC inline 4-cylinder with multipoint fuel injection and 2.4 liter DOHC. This boosts the performance of the Honda Civic Si Coupe 2012. The new engine has also lessened its noise.
Extra shoulder and leg room despite the decrease in wheelbase
The MacPherson front strut and rear suspension are tuned to give a refined riding experience.
Improvements in handling are caused by a stiffer body structure due to the 55% high strength steel material.
Improved acceleration performance - 60 MPH in 6.3 seconds, faster than the previous Si Coupe by 0.4 second and 0 to 100 MPH in 15.7 seconds
Sporty exterior that is classy and elegant at the same time.
Lightweight clutch and stick shift that allow the driver to rev up easily.
The Honda Civic Si Coupe 2012 is stable aerodynamically speaking because of the exclusive parts that enable superior lift and balance.
Audio system that provides great quality of sound due to its 360-watt 7-speaker audio system
Still considered to be fuel efficient at 22 MPG city and 31 MPG highway estimates
Dashboard panel material can still be improved as the plastic looks inexpensive.
Less fuel efficient compared with the previous models
Unimpressive interior - the trim bits are everywhere, from the steering wheel to the HVAC controls and the navigation map has low resolution and is difficult to read.
Honda Civic Si Coupe 2012's interior is not something to look forward to. Reviewers describe it as boring.
Despite the improvement in engine noise, Honda Civic Si Coupe 2012 still has road-noise problems.
The multi-level dash board may not be liked by everyone as it can look too busy or too advanced.
Front legroom remains to be one of the issues of Coupes.