Honda Civic gets a high performance makeover

High performance is the name of the game for Honda as it has revealed a new version of its popular Honda Civic Model.

Writing for the Coventry Telegraph, Peter Keenan highlights that there are a lot of comparisons that can be made between the Civic Type S and its "big brother", the Type R.

However, he notes that the new Type S comes with an improved interior, as the fabrics used on the seats are "smarter", while a brushed metal trim adds to the instrument console.

Furthermore, he indicates that passengers will benefit from "vast" amounts of legroom and there is also plenty of rear space for luggage in the "massive" boot.

In terms of the general facts of the vehicle, the Civic provides a combined fuel economy of 42.8 miles to the gallon, while generating CO2 emissions of 156g/km.

Motorists will also be able to reach a top speed of 127 miles per hour when driving the 1.8-litre petrol offering.

Among the colours available to buyers of a Honda Civic are Milano Red, Nighthawk Black Pearl and Tangerine Orange Metallic.


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