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2014 Honda Civic Hatchback Available For £209 Per Month In UK

Honda has made the 2014 Honda Civic hatchback even more affordable for customers in the UK. This spring, The Japanese carmaker is offering the refreshed Civic hatchback with 0 per cent APR, low monthly installments, and an optional fixed-price FIVE year care package. Interested customers will be able to drive away the 2014 Civic 1.4 i-VTEC S for a monthly payment of just £209. While the £209 monthly payment is for the petrol variant, the 1.6 i-DTEC S diesel is available for just £239 per month.

The mentioned costs include the Honda’s fixed-price FIVE year care package. The package is also available on the entire Civic range for a one-off payment of £500 and offers savings of up to £1,345. The package covers roadside assistance, warranty and servicing costs for the next five years. Honda has improved the Civic hatchback and has made the same more responsive and agile. Credit



2014 Honda Civic Si Arrives With Extra Power, Upgraded Interior And More

Honda has unveiled the 2014 Honda Civic Si coupe which is significantly improved over its predecessor. The new Honda Civic Si arrives with a retuned suspension, more power, upgraded interior and a number of styling upgrades. The updated Honda Civic Si Coupe goes on sale today, i.e. March 12, at a suggested retail price (MSRP) starting from $22,790. The sedan version of the 2014 Civic Si is priced from $22,990 and will go on sale from March 26. As far as the styling is concerned, most of the areas on the exterior have been retouched.

Changes include 1 inch larger 18 inch alloy wheels, redesigned hood, headlight designs and front fenders, as well as new side mirrors and taillight lenses. The list of improvements does not end here and includes an Si-exclusive grille, rear air diffuser, garnish on lower front bumper, and a massive wing spoiler at the rear. Moving



Honda Civic Type R Concept Debuts At Geneva Along With Other Products And Technologies

At this year’s Geneva Motor Show, Honda has a booth full of new products and technologies including the much awaited Civic Type R Concept, the 2014 Civic World Touring Car Championship race car, the FCEV Concept, the powertrain layout for new Honda NSX, CR-V Black and White Edition, Honda Civic Tourer 1.6 i-DTEC, and a bunch of safety technologies. Starting with the most important car as of now, the new Civic Type R Concept model makes its debut at Geneva. This hotly anticipated Civic is the most extreme Type R yet and boasts an aerodynamic styling which is sleek yet simple like any road car should have.

Highlights of the Civic Type R Concept include new headlight design with LED daytime running lights, front spoiler for increased down force, enlarged front grille, new rear spoiler with LED tail lights and 20 inch wheels with red brake calipers. Powering the upcoming



2014 Civic Hybrid and Natural Gas Models Launched By Honda

Honda’s Civic is one of most popular sedans in the US and this year the popularity is certainly going to rise even higher. For 2014 model year, Honda America has announced the 2014 Civic Hybrid and 2014 Civic Natural Gas models, of which the former goes on sale on Feb 5 while the latter on Feb 15. As per expectations, the 2014 Civic Hybrid is even more fuel efficient than its predecessor. In comparison to the previous model which had an EPA rating of 44 mpg city, highway and combined, the 2014 Civic Hybrid returns improved figures of 44 mpg in city, 47 mpg on highway and 45 mpg combined.

For 2014, Honda is also going to offer a range of extra features as standard with the 2014 Civic Hybrid and Civic Natural Gas. The list includes a new new Display Audio with 7-inch touchscreen featuring pinch, swipe and tap



Honda Civic Type R Details Emerge: A 2.0L 280 PS Engine Under The Hood

There a couple of models that brought Honda into the limelight. One of those cars is the Honda Civic which is quite popular in many of the global markets and still retains its own special place. Last year Honda talked about its ambitions for developing the new Civic Type R in a way to make it the fastest front wheel driven car but had their lips closed when questions were asked about the powertrain. This left all the Civic Type R fans both in excitement and curiosity as we were unaware of specifications of the upcoming Civic Type R.

Giving a little amplification to this hotly anticipated car, Honda has officially revealed some more details on the same including the engine. The new Civic Type R will be powered by a direct injection turbocharged 2-litre engine that is capable of putting out at least 280 PS. With such a nice