Honda launch the brand new Civic model for 2014

Honda Civic Type R

In some of the latest vehicle release news today to make its way out of the well loved Japanese car and motorbike company Honda, we are pleased to inform you on one of the latest vehicle launches which comes your way in the form of the all new Civic model for 2014 which has officially gone on sale here in the UK and across other parts of the world too. Over the years, we have seen many good selling vehicles make their way out of the Honda plant some of which include the likes of the Jazz and the Hybrid model. Perhaps none finer than the Civic though. So with that being said what stands out with this Civic addition to the range and why should you choose this particular model over any of the vehicles older brothers available on both the new and used car market right now ?.

The key features and selling points of the Honda Civic 2014

So, what has gone into this brand new Civic during it’s time on the production line and why should you choose this particular model over anything similar on offer from rival brands such as the likes of,Ford,Vauxhall or Citroen ?. Well firstly, we see the inclusion’s of,a 1.6 litre,four cylinder.turbo diesel engine that is capable of hitting overall top speeds of,129 miles per hour with the vehicle making the jump from 0 to 62 miles per hour in a time of just 10.5 seconds. The car will overall produce a power output of 118 brake horse power. The Civic model is available as front wheel drive model and also comes fully fitted with a six speed,manual transmission system as standard.

What is the selling price on the Honda Civic 2014

So before we jump into a price tag of this particular Honda model, we are pleased to inform you that you can make the purchase on this all new Civic model right now from Honda showroom’s all around the UK and across other parts of the world. In regards to the price tag that comes along with this Honda Civic model, expect to make the investment into this brand new Honda machine for an overall cost of £24,360.

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