Honda has unveiled the 2014 model year Civic hatchback in Europe, which has received several mechanical and visual modifications.
The 2014 Honda Civic has been already unveiled during the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show, with the introduction of the Tourer, but now the hatchback has received similar modifications too, on the Old Continent. The model in question is now getting an upgraded electric power steering, revised front and rear dampers for improved body control, realigned toe and camber of the rear suspension and much more. These modifications have been made as a response by the company’s clients at Honda’s dealerships and the feedback was conducted in the Swindon base, in the UK.
Visual tweaks applied onto the 2014 Honda Civic include the piano black touches on the lower bumper, on the tailgate and number plate surround, the lower rear window, the piano black look for the front bumper, the new alloy wheels design, the white stitching on the seats, the knee pad, the aluminum inserts and others. There will also be the Advanced Driving Assist System package, which will become available for an optional 500 GBP, and it will be adding the traffic sign recognition, the blind spot warning system, lane departure warning and active city braking. The 2014 Honda Civic will go on sale in Kanuary.