Honda has recently announced its plans to launch a limited edition of the Civic in the United Kingdom named the Ti.
The Japanese based automaker Honda says that the Civic Ti special edition will be based on the top of the line SE model but even if it will offer plenty of gear, the version will b 1,175 GBP cheaper than the range topper’s 16,995 pounds. The Honda Civic Ti special edition will get a fresh set of 17-inch alloy wheels, which will be inspired by the ones used by the company in the British Touring Car Championship (WTCC), along with three exterior finishes, the Milano Red, the Alabaster Silver Metallic and the White Orchid Pearl.
Honda is offering the Civic Ti special edition with standard features like the MP3 audio system with USB, electric side mirrors, electric windows, air conditioning, Bluetooth connectivity, leather clad steering wheel and gear knob and a lot more. Power to the Honda Civic Ti will be provided by a 1.8 liter petrol engine which, in standard version, is developing a total output of 140 HP. Additional details on the Civic Ti are limited for the moment and will be announced close to its launch.