2014 Honda Civic review and pictures

Posted on Thursday, 19 December 2013 , 18:12:54 byAlina

Filed under HondaAsianJapaneseFaceliftsHatchbacks

Honda Civic

Every company is based on a dream. So is Honda, whose dreams inspire the persons that work there and transform everything from good to better. The company creates innovative products that certainly bring benefits to the society. One of the products is the Honda Civic, a model that has reached its ninth generation. Honda has just introduced the 2014 Honda Civic hatchback especially designed for the European market.


Honda presented an updated Tourer this year at the Frankfurt Motor Show and it seems they have considered it is about time that the hatchback relative received the same treatment.  The most obvious change that has been brought to the Civic hatchback is the electric power steering system. It has been upgraded in such a way as to provide a more secure control when the car reaches high speeds. For more body control the front and rear suspensions were tuned. The toe and camber of the rear suspension were realigned so that they make handling easier. These modifications occur thanks to the clients’ suggestions.


The looks of the 2014 Honda Civic are not significantly improved. The manufacturer has only placed privacy glass on the lower rear window along with piano black touches on the number plate surround, tailgate and lower bumper. In the previous models all these elements used to wear the same colour paint as the rest of the vehicle. The front bumper received a piano black look instead of the former anthracite finish. The vehicle sits on a new set of wheels and the wheel arches became a little darker.


The 2014 Honda Civic suffered slight changes on the inside, too. It now features white stitching on the seats, steering wheel and knee pad, as well as aluminum inserts around the cup holder mated with a few glossy black inserts. The hatchback will enter the market starting January 2014. There is no information regarding the pricing of the vehicle. However, an increase is expected due to these updates.