Updates for the 2019 model year focus on improving the user experience.
Honda introduced a raft of changes to the 2019 Honda Civic Si in both coupe and sedan form.
Almost all changes involve the interior.
Its Display Audio infotainment system suffered from early criticisms over its lack of a volume knob, so Honda added one for 2019, in addition to physical buttons for navigating various corners of the system.
Honda also increased the size of the Si's cupholders, and the climate control now features physical buttons for adjusting the fan speed.
Honda also adjusted the Si's parking brake switch and its steering wheel controls, although those changes are relatively minor compared to the others.
Outside, the Civic Si remains the slightly sporty lookin' car it's always been, but there are two new colors on offer for 2019 -- Platinum White Pearl for both sedan and coupe, and Tonic Yellow Pearl for the coupe.
Summer tires are no longer on offer as a trim, but they're still available as dealer-installed accessories.
The 2019 Honda Civic Si starts reaching Honda dealerships on Nov. 1.
It will cost $24,300 for either variant, or $25,195 with destination included.
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