The ninth generation Honda Civic enters the British market with a starting price of £16,495 while the first vehicles will be delivered early next year. The entry-level Civic is powered by a 1.4-liter petrol unit able to offer 100 horsepower while for extra £1,500 you can get the more powerful 1.8-liter engine with 140 horsepower.
There is also a diesel variant which benefits from a 2.2-liter i-DTEC unit able to produce 150 horsepower, a model which is available with a starting price of £20,095.
In terms of trim levels, the entry-level SE package provides automatic air-conditioning, USB connectivity and a set of 16-inch alloy wheels. If you want more comfort there is the SE trim level offering dual-zone air-conditioning, cruise control, automatic headlights, rear view parking camera and Bluetooth connectivity.
The last one is the EX model brining heated front seats, navigation system and leather upholstery with starting prices ranging from £21,745 to £23,845.
“Standard equipment new to the Civic includes, Honda’s Intelligent Multi-Information Display (i-MID) 5-inch dashboard screen which displays relevant driving details such as mpg, the idle stop status and climate and audio settings,” adds the Japanese company.