It turns out that Honda was working rather hard these last few months. To be more precise, we are talking about their UK division. The specialists will introduce soon a new limited edition, the Honda Civic Ti. The carmaker established a starting price of GBP 16.995 OTR. The ones interested in owning one of these bad boys can order them now. The 5-door sports-inspired model has as base the 1.8-liter SE version, but it also has GBP 1.000 worth of extra equipment. To send the power to the road, the engineers have offered the exclusive 17-inch Team Dynamics Le Mans alloy wheels, but also the color-coded wheel arches. These are all the information released by the manufacturer of the exterior of the new limited edition the Honda Civic Ti.
In terms of interior, the specialists have also provided several new elements. For example, inside the cabin, we will find the steering wheel and the gear know all covered in leather. When it comes to technological equipment, the carmaker offers elements like AUX and USB support; hands free Bluetooth and audio controls on the steering wheel. The list continues with electric rear windows and climate control.
It seems that Honda specialists will only build 1.000 units of the Honda Civic Ti, so if you think you might one, place your order, and fast. The carmaker offers the customers the opportunity to choose between three colors for the exterior. To be more precise, we are talking about the Alabaster Silver Metallic, Milano Red and White Orchid, one for each taste. More information will be available at a later date, or visit their official web site and check out what they have in there. For sure, the interior treatment and the exterior upgrade will attract a lot of customers who really want a car with a sporty style. The previous Honda Civic Ti was sold like hot bread and only 500 units were available.
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