Honda has revealed the prices of its revamped Civic and Civic Tourer. The latest pricing is a rather aggressive stance from the Japanese company as it has said that customers will be able to save up to £1,620 on the new models with specifications similar to outgoing models.
Customers will be able to buy the entry level 1.4 i-VTEC manual S grade model for £16,815 while the top end 1.8 i-VTEC Ex Plus Tourer will cost £26,970. Both the new Civic models have been blessed with new front exterior design, and sporty outlook.
Honda is offering the new Civic range in five trim levels – S, SE, SR, Sport and EX. City Brake Active System is standard across the range while those opting for DASP (Driver Assistance Package) will have to shell out £600 on the SE plus, SR and Ex Plus grades. DASP will bring safety technologies such as forward collision warning, lane departure warning, blind sport information, traffic sign recognition and a high beam support system.
The new Civic S grade packs a 16-inch alloy wheels, headlight auto on/off, LED daytime running lights, USB/AUX Jack (iPod compatible), one touch magic seats, power windows and heated power mirrors, alarm, immobiliser, deflation warning system, hill start assist and vehicle stability assist.
The Civic SE packs all the features found in the S grade models and on top of that adds leather steering wheel and gear stick, parking sensors (front and rear), cruise control with speed limiter, remote retractable door mirrors, 17″ alloys, FR brake 16-inch vented disk (excluding 1.4 petrol), climate control dual auto A/C.
Civic sport range offers distinctive alloy pedals, black roof lining, 17-inch black alloy wheels, privacy glass (rear doors and tailgate window tinted), colour-coded tailgate spoiler and unique body colour-coded lower mesh grill.
The Civic SR model features ultrasonic sensors, leather interior, heated front seats, glass roof, auto dim rear view mirror (as standard), driver seat power lumbar adjust and high power audio with 8 speakers.
Finally the Civic EX Plus tops the range with smart entry and start, passenger seat power lumbar adjust, driver seat power adjustable side support, interior clue ambient lighting, 17-inch alloy wheels and LED headlights.
Leon Brannan, Head of Cars at Honda UK, said: “The decision to reduce the price of the 2015 Civic and Civic Tourer range is aimed directly at benefitting the customers’ wallet. Making the 2015 Honda Civic more accessible confirms our ongoing commitment to our customers to offer excellent value, with excellent service.”