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Cars The Honda Civic saloon is coming to the UK

15:20  14 may  2018
15:20  14 may  2018 Source:   motoringresearch.com

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Honda is bringing a saloon version of the Civic 2018 to the UK market later this year. From August 2018, customers will be able to purchase the longer and larger Civic . It will be available with both petrol and diesel powertrains and available with either a manual or automatic transmission.

The Civic saloon might look similar to the hatchback, but Honda says that this car has been developed from the ground up as a four-door model and features a new wider, longer platform which the Japanese carmaker says has resulted in class-leading interior space.

It’s not often a car manufacturer introduces a new family-sized four-door saloon to the UK, but Honda clearly thinks there’s still a market for them: it has unexpectedly announced plans to introduce the four-door version of the latest Civic to the UK, joining the existing (British-built) five-door hatch in the line-up.

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“The arrival of the saloon to the UK market compliments the Civic family and will be a great addition to our showrooms alongside what is already a very successful Even some premium brands would kill for the satisfaction rates Honda enjoys. Honda owners are also a little more mature than the UK average.

The Civic saloon might look similar to the hatchback, but Honda says that this car has been developed from the ground up as a four-door model and features a new wider, longer platform which the Japanese carmaker says has resulted in class-leading interior space.

Unlike the hatch, the four-door is built in Turkey, but it is based on the same platform as the hatch, and shares many of the car’s distinctive styling traits. The bit that’s been toned down is the rear: indeed, this may be the very reason Honda’s bringing it across, to appeal to those who find the hatch a bit too radical.

It shares engines with the five-door. Honda’s offering either a 1.0-litre VTEC petrol, or a 1.6-litre i-DTEC turbodiesel. The 1.5-litre VTEC turbo petrol won’t be offered though – and, before you ask, Honda’s not planning to make a Type-R saloon version of this car either…

Honda Civic four-door 2018 © Provided by Motoring Research Honda Civic four-door 2018

Phil Webb, head of car at Honda UK, commented: “The Civic is a core model for Honda in Europe and has been at the heart of the brand’s strong sales and manufacturing heritage, with the hatchback built in Swindon.

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The new Honda Civic saloon will join the hatchback in UK showrooms in August

Honda has announced that the new four door Civic will arrive at UK retailers next month, priced from £19,395 for the the entry-level SE petrol version The base SE features the Honda SENSING suite of safety systems, such as collision mitigation braking, forward collision warning, lane keep assist, lane

“The arrival of the saloon to the UK market compliments the Civic family and will be a great addition to our showrooms alongside what is already a very successful range for Honda.”

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Honda Civic four-door 2018 © Provided by Motoring Research Honda Civic four-door 2018 Honda is fiercely proud of its loyal customer base. They’re generally delighted with the service they receive from the brand, and buy model after model, usually from the same dealership. Even some premium brands would kill for the satisfaction rates Honda enjoys.

Honda owners are also a little more mature than the UK average. The Jazz in particular is a car preferred by older drivers, while the HR-V and Civic also have their older fans.

Such buyers may not care for the radical lines of the latest Civic hatch. Even the regular cars look like a Type R, with the Type R itself looking like a BTCC racer. The elderly driver looking to get from A to B generally doesn’t have much interest such addenda.

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Built in Turkey, Honda UK have confirmed to MotorMartin that the Civic saloon will be available in both petrol and diesel powertrains and will be in dealer Building on the 40-year heritage of the Civic name, and similar to the hatchback, the four door saloon has been engineered from the ground up and

The Civic Saloon comes with a choice of only two: a petrol and a diesel. The good news is that they are both good engines that are very fuel efficient. Overall, the Honda Civic Saloon is a decent companion for long journeys. It’s more exciting to drive than a Skoda Octavia and more spacious

Honda Civic four-door 2018 © Provided by Motoring Research Honda Civic four-door 2018 Cue the Civic saloon. It’s not as divisive for some as the hatch. It has classy lines and a roomy boot. With the promise of decent value from the Turkey-built model, it could be the perfect car to step up into from a top-spec Jazz.

Call it Honda’s reward to the thriving customer base it values so highly.

Honda is now working out pricing, specification, trim lines and fuel economy figures, ahead of its launch in UK dealers from this August. Although sales won’t be huge, it will still be an interesting and useful addition to the range.

Now, we have just one more request, Honda. As you’re bringing in the saloon, could you also now consider bringing across the Civic Coupe, currently sold in the United States? And, while we’re onto it, perhaps consider dropping in a Type R drivetrain?

We think it’s high time there were a genuine replacement to the famed DC5 Integra Type R coupe of the early noughties, you know…

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