The New Honda Civic TourerOfficially Unveiled At the Frankfurt Motor Show

August 19, 2013 / by / 0 Comment

01Get ready to welcome the newrival to the estate models ofSkoda Octavia, Ford Focus and VW Golf. We are talking about the new Honda Civic Tourer. The five-door hatchback is all about practicality and the space.Honda has managed to create extra space on the inside and the boot space gets expanded to a whopping 624 litres. The rear seat bases can be folded to make for even more space. With wide and squareopenings, the boot lip is about 565mm above the ground and this makes the loading process even easier. With a completely flatload floor, the new model with spacious interiors beats most of the competition.

Developed and designed in Europe, the creative and technical R&D team has been the major force behind the sleek and sophisticatedCivic Tourer. Known to deliver exceptional versatility and functionality, the model gets powered by 1.6 i-DTEC engineor the 1.8 i-VTEC engine.ADS or the brand new Adaptive Damper System makes for enhanced stabilityand comfort. One can drive in comfort under diverse driving conditions and different loads.Built at Honda’s manufacturing facility in UK, the Civic Tourer will get launched in2014 in Europe.

You will simply fall in love with sporty and sleek proportions of the dynamicCivic Tourer. Offering real functionality and versatility, one gets complete liberty to augment the package, thanks to the freedom to optimize the package. What you find here is almost a sports-car with a complete collaboration of functionalityand versatility. The bold lines running along the exterior design add to the unique and sporty style. The model has been completely successful in deliver a feel of superior value and character. One gets an impression of a floating roof line with the bold styling and an elegant look. What you are getting here is a different appeal.


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