The Japanese Multinational Honda Motor Company has conquered all the continents. After releasing the 2013 Honda Civic sedan and the coupe version in U.S., it is Europe’s turn to enjoy the facelift sedan model.
Specially designed for the European customers, the Honda Civic Sedan has a new larger front grille surrounded by a metallic trim. The rear part of the car has been improved and it is now offering taillights that have grown in size and have a better look too. Modified rear bumper and a new lower diffuser contribute to a pleasant exterior appearance. In rest, the European Civic Sedan is keeping the same features as its sister from the North American Continent. A thing that is worth mentioning despite the similarities is that the AC controls are new. The rest of the interior design is untouched.
The four different engines presented for the American market will not be available here. Under the hood, the European Honda Civic Sedan fits a 1.8-liter petrol engine that produces 140 hp (104 kW / 142 PS) and 128 lb-ft (173 Nm) of torque. The standard 1.8 liter engines that is also a top seller in U.S. is now coupled to a six-speed manual gearbox or an optional CVT.
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