Honda has unveiled its latest British-built tenth-generation Civic model at this week’s Paris Motor Show and claims it represents a significant step forward for the company in the C-segment.
The three Honda teams which took part in this year’s ‘MPG Marathon’ continued the marque’s solid track record of success, scooping first and third place for ‘Best percentage improvement’ on quoted fuel economy and best in class MPG; while a pairing of 17 year olds recorded an incredible average 93.81 MPG just weeks after passing their driving tests.
Honda will reveal the Civic Tourer “Active Life Concept” at this year’s Frankfurt Motor Show, underlining the Tourer’s class leading cargo space and versatility within the C-segment.
The 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show underlines an important year for Honda and will see the brand presenting its new model range of entirely refreshed and all-new cars displayed together. Alongside the new line-up, Honda will also showcase design concepts and advanced technologies, all demonstrating Honda’s unique creativity in meeting the personal mobility challenges of today and the future.
Honda will put the real-world fuel economy of its super-efficient 1.6 i-DTEC engine to the ultimate test in an 8,500mile drive across all 24 contiguous EU countries,
Here’s your chance to catch up on the week’s news in one handy place. It’s the weekend round up!
Honda (UK) has today announced launch pricing for the new Swindon-built Civic, which is set to hit dealer forecourts in March.
Honda’s fuel-sipping 1.6 i-DTEC engine from the next-generation Earth Dreams Technology series has once again underlined its impressive real-world fuel efficiency, with the new Civic Tourer 1.6 i-DTEC powering Honda (UK) to victory in this year’s ‘MPG Marathon’.
Diesel Car brings you the week’s news in one handy post. WeekendNews_Icon Here’s our weekend round-up for the week of 7th July – 11th July 2014.
Honda (UK) has kicked off a summer of Civic savings, introducing the new Black Edition with low monthly payments starting at £249, 0 per cent APR over three years and a £500 deposit contribution.