The Honda Civic range is being expanded with the arrival of new four-door saloon and diesel automatic options. The Honda Civic 1.6-litre i-DTEC diesel model is now available with a nine-speed automatic transmission, capable of delivering an official average fuel economy of 68.9 mpg – for all grades and across both four-door saloon and five-door hatchback models.
Honda UK has today announced pricing for the anticipated new diesel Civic manual hatchback. Set to hit retail forecourts next month and with the automatic available in early summer, the entry-level S model with manual transmission will start from £20,120 rising to £24,925 for an EX trim car with the six speed manual gearbox
In a busy November for Euro NCAP’s car safety experts, the month’s second set of crash testing results have been released, with all eight vehicles covered achieving 5 star ratings
A comprehensively revised 118 bhp 1.6 litre i-DTEC diesel engine will join the Honda Civic range in Europe from March 2018. The new engine is one of the first units to be officially tested under the new Worldwide Harmonised Light Vehicle Test Procedure (WLTP) fuel consumption and emissions cycle, which comes into force this year
Production of Honda’s new tenth-generation Honda Civic is now under way at the company’s UK manufacturing base in Swindon, with the first cars already arriving in North America.
Honda will take the next step in its European product offensive at the 2016 Paris Motor Show with the unveiling of the new Civic Hatchback. The car is set to appear in showrooms across Europe from early 2017.
Honda has announced that the Civic Hatchback Prototype will receive its global premiere at Geneva Motor Show in March
Honda is reporting that it has come out on top in a reliability survey covering 30,000 European drivers and 178 different models of cars carried out by the Organisation of Consumers and Users (OCU).
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.