Honda Civic Type R pricing | New Release - Car News Sep 2020

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12:28 Thursday 10 Sep 2020

Prices for the revised Honda Civic Type R line up have been confirmed.

Prices start at £32,820 on-the-road for the entry-level Civic Type R, with the GT and Sportline versions both costing an additional £2,000.  The top-of-the-range Limited Edition model carries a price tag of £39,995, but you’re too late for those as all 20 UK examples have already been sold.

PCP deals start from £339 a month on a three-year 5.9% contract.

All Civic Type R models gain revised air intakes, improved cooling, two-piece floating disc brakes, revised suspension geometry and bushings, and subtle updates to the interior and exterior including improved touch points, Alcantara wrapped steering wheel, and counterweighted teardrop gear knob.  GT trim gains blind spot information, cross traffic monitor, dual zone climate control, auto dimming rear view mirror, Honda CONNECT with Garmin Navigation, wireless charging, high power audio, and LED front fog lights.

Sport Line trim introduces a low-level rear spoiler, all-black interior, smaller 19-inch wheels with a larger profile tyre, and no pin-stripe around the lower flanks of the car.  Those lucky enough to have ordered the Limited Edition will benefit from lightweight 20-inch BBS forged alloy wheels, unique Sunlight Yellow paint, and a weight saving programme that sheds 47kg compared to the standard version.

All models are available to order now at Honda retailers, with first deliveries to commence from the end of this month.


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