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The all-new Honda Civic is now available in South Africa, bringing bold, dynamic styling, along with trend-setting levels of sophistication and high-tech features.

Over the course of the past nine generations, the Civic has continuously evolved to meet changing customer needs around the world.

It has consistently set the bar for fuel efficiency, driving performance, build quality and owner satisfaction. Thus, it comes as no surprise that Honda’s longest-running automotive nameplate is also its biggest-selling model globally, with more than 23-million Civics sold to date.

The newcomer’s striking styling carefully reflects a revolutionary silhouette for a four-door sedan, creating the overall impression of a sleek sports coupé. While the the all-new Civic’s interior treatment embodies Honda’s ‘Daring ACE Design’ concept, combining high-quality materials with an ergonomically intuitive centre console and a sporty yet comfortable driving position.

An extensive range of advanced technologies have been introduced in the all-new Civic to make driving easier and safer, while also increasing driver and passenger comfort. One of the most exciting new features is the advanced interface provided by the high-resolution, seven-inch- WVGA LCD display that forms the centrepiece for the digital audio system.

The expansive IPS display can be viewed from both driver and passenger seats, and the air-conditioning can also be operated on the display panel.

Performance comes into sharper focus with the latest Honda Civic, featuring an all-new 1.5-litre VTEC TURBO engine that features Honda’s ‘Earth Dreams Technology’ – the company’s next generation set of technological advancements for driving performance and fuel efficiency. The new 1.5-litre Turbo engine develops 127kW of maximum power at 5 500 r/min, along with 220Nm of maximum torque.

Also available is Honda's familiar 1.8-litre i-VTEC petrol engine which produces 104kW and 6 500 r/min, allied to a torque peak of 174Nm at 4 300 r/min.