After many months of teasing it, Honda finally released the new generation of the Civic and the Japanese automaker has announced its prices for the United Kingdom.
According to Honda, the entry-level SE can be bought at 16.495 pounds and it’s coming with air-conditioning, USB, MP3 and 16 inch alloy wheels, but for an extra 1.500 pounds the SE can be equipped with the more powerful 1.8 liter petrol engine.
Prices for the diesel version start at 20.085 pounds for the SE, and the higher ES comes with cruise control, rear-view parking camera, keyfob-operated windows and door mirrors, all for 18.995 pounds, for the 1.8 liter petrol and for 21.095 the Civic can be powered by the 2.2 liter diesel.
Both SE and ES trim levels can be equipped with satellite-navigation system which is coming from the T-grade package for 995 pounds.
Prices for the EX trim, the third out of four versions, start at 21.745 pounds for the 1.8 liter and can go up to 23.845 pounds for the 2.2 diesel. The EX comes with heated leather seats, premium audio system and satellite navigation system.
The top-of-the-line EX GT is priced from 24.495 to 26.595 pounds and comes with keyless entry and ignition, front and rear parking sensors, bi-xenon headlights 17 inch alloy wheels, tinted windows and a panoramic glass roof.
The EX GT can be fitted with Honda’s Adaptive Cruise Control and Collision Mitigation Braking System for an extra 1.900 pounds.
The engines available for the 2012 Honda Civic are the 1.4 liter petrol with 99 BHP, the 1.8 liter i-VTEC with 140 BHP and the 2.2 liter i-DTEC diesel with 148 BHP. All engines come with the six-speed manual transmission in standard, but an automatic one can be fitted for 1.385 pounds for the 1.8 liter versions.