Honda launch new Civic Sport Line | New Release - Car News Dec 2018


14:44 Wednesday 05 Dec 2018

The Honda Civic range has got a new model with the addition of the Sport Line variant.

Sport Line comes with a 127bhp 1.0-litre petrol engine and either a manual and CVT automatic transmission.
Sport Line introduces lower front and side skirts, and a rear diffuser, all finished in high-gloss black. The window surrounds and door mirror caps are finished in the same high-gloss look, while on the inside are bespoke black leather seats detailed with red stitching.

Sport Line builds on the existing SR-grade variant, which already includes climate control, dual-zone air-conditioning, adaptive cruise control, motion adaptive electronic power steering, highbeam support, ECON mode, privacy glass, Bluetooth hands free telephone system, reversing camera, city brake active system, and 7-inch touchscreen HONDA Connect in-car audio information system with Garmin navigation, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and internet radio.

The Honda Civic Sport Line is available in White Orchid Pearl, Rallye Red, and Brilliant Sporty Blue, and can be ordered now priced from £22,445 on-the-road. Sport Line is also available on a 0% PCP monthly price plan of 36 instalments at just £199 per month.


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