3 February 2004

This hot five-door Civic is Honda’s accessory department showing off its capabilities. Civic owners and buyers will be offered the new range of distinctive options when they go on sale at Honda dealers later this year.

The Geneva show car features new bumpers, 18-inch alloys, twin centrally mounted exhaust pipes and leather-finished bucket seats.

Although the car won’t be sold in this form, the range of accessories will increase choice for Civic buyers looking to make their new car slightly different, and to safeguard residual values. Honda has also announced prices for the Accord diesel. Honda’s first in-house diesel went on sale this week priced at £18,713 for the Sport, with the Executive costing £1500 more. The Tourer versions follow next month, at £1000 more than the saloon.

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