Honda is a company built on dreams which inspire the people working there to create innovative products that are meant to bring benefit to society and its mobility. One of these sorts of dreams is being set in the form of the Honda Civic. The model has gone through several generational changes and has become larger and more upmarket, currently being slotted between the Fit and the Accord. The vehicle has just received a facelift for the European market. It will debut at the Paris Motor Show in a short while.
The facelift of the Honda Civic and Civic Tourer includes a new front bumper and refreshed headlights with integrated daytime running lights. The Civic hatchback goes one step further as it is equipped with a new rear bumper, refreshed side skirts, a black rear spoiler and LED taillights. On the inside there is new upholstery, chrome door handles and metallic black accents, as well as a new Honda Connect infotainment system that contains a seven-inch display and Google's Android operating system. The minus is that it is the outdated 4.0.4 version.
The Honda Civic Sport, the novelty of this facelift campaign, is powered by a sportier front bumper, mesh grille inserts and specially designed 17-inch alloy wheels. The model will be powered by either a 1.6-liter diesel engine that generates 120 PS (88 kW) or a 1.8-liter petrol engine that has an output of 142 PS (104 kW).
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