Upgrades for Honda


Honda Civic, 2020, front
Honda Civic, 2020, rear
Honda Civic, 2020, interior

AN updated Honda Civic will be on the road early next year and comes with changes to its looks and an upgraded interior.

A lower grille is being added around the fog lights while a new air intake has improved aerodynamics while there are also redesigned LED running lights.

Inside there are changes to the trim with new panels while on top range models the driver's seat now comes with an electric eight-way adjustment.

Other changes include physical buttons and dials for the infotainment and climate controls.

Engine options are unchanged with the range starting off with 1.0 litre VTEC Turbo models with 126ps on tap and WLTP fuel economy from 49.6mpg for models fitted with CVT gearboxes.

Emissions are as low as 107g/km for petrol models and 90g/km for versions fitted with Honda's 1.6 litre i-DTEC diesel engine which is said to be capable of 62.8 mpg.

Honda has yet to say whether there will be any price rises for the new models but the current Civic range costs from £19,405. The new models are due for release in January.


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