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Hot New Honda Civic For 2014

October 30, 2014

Beautified and updated, the new Honda Civic has arrived in style. With alterations to suspension, steering and design, it’s one of this year’s most hotly anticipated arrivals – and in our Honda Civic review, we’ll let you know what all the fuss is about.

New Honda Civic Review

Original image by Tino Rossini

Design

A sleek exterior complemented by sculpted headlights, rear spoiler and 17 inch aluminium alloy wheels makes the new Honda Civic a refined and dynamic road companion. On top of that, you can expect a glossy black finish on the lower part of the bumpers and front and rear dampers to tackle sudden road surface changes.

Inside, the Honda Civic explores the luxury aesthetic – with white stitching adorning the steering wheel, seats and knee pads. The car’s stunning styling reeks of refinement and leaves no doubt that this Honda Civic is very much top of the range.

Features

The new Honda Civic doesn’t sacrifice on safety, with two driver assistance packs to choose from, blind spot information, forward collision warnings, a high beam support system running alongside multiple airbags, brake assist and vehicle stability assist to make sure every aspect of road safety is well and truly accounted for. Space isn’t an issue, either, with a 401 litre boot and 76 litre underfloor storage – significantly roomier than its rivals, the VW Golf and Ford Focus.

Performance

The Honda Civic boasts the crème de la crème of engines, in the form of a 118bhp 1.6 litre diesel which poses a triple threat to its rivals – excellent economy, lower emissions and stellar performance. Better yet, there are also four engine options to choose from. The 1.4 i-VTEC combines performance with a stated 52.3mpg fuel economy as well as a shift indicator for changing gear. For a higher performance level, drivers can also opt for the 1.8 i-VTEC or 2.2 i-DTEC, but will lose out on fuel economy.

The Honda Civic offers superior handling and comfort to its predecessor, making it the ideal purchase for both families and business professionals. Since its last outing, the high mounted rear wing of the Civic has been refined to lessen the amount of drag and maximise fuel efficiency – and thanks to the revolutionary Idle Stop and Eco Assist systems, you’ll get more bang for your buck than ever.

The entry level mode starts at £16,285 – and if you’re holding out for the sporty 2015 Honda Civic Type R, prices will be revealed closer to its release next year.

If the Honda Civic is a little out of your budget, we can help. At the Car Loan Warehouse, we’re experts in car finance – and we can hook you up with Honda Civic finance at a rate you can afford. For an instant quote, check out our online finance calculator today.

About The Author

Jon Le Roux is co-founder and company director of The Car Loan Warehouse. Being a mad engineering and motorsport enthusiast, I spend more hours than is healthy, watching, reading or talking about cars, boats, motorbikes…..basically anything with an engine.