Sporty upgrades for five-door Civic
17 August 2009

Honda has released a special edition Civic Si, which comes with a smattering of sporty add-ons.

The Si grade only applies to the five-door Civic and covers all engine variants.

The package includes colour-coded bumpers, front foglights, a Type R-style mesh grille and dark chrome door handles and fuel cap.

The 1.4-litre Si gets 16in graphite-coloured alloy wheels, while the 1.8 petrol and 2.2-litre diesel Si Civics come with 17in dark rims. Inside, all models get half-leather upholstery and an iPod connector.

Si versions of the Civic cost £850 more than the equivalent standard models and will go on sale later this year.

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