Honda has just announced that it will be bringing a limited edition model of the Civic called the Ti, for United Kingdom, which will go on sale from October, and the limited-edition model will cost from £16,995, which is £1,175 cheaper than the 1.8 SE model on which it’s based.
Honda says that the Civic Ti Limited Edition will only be available in three exterior finishes, Alabaster Silver Metallic, White Orchid Pearl and Milano red and, in order to complete the exterior design of the model, the Civic Ti adds colour-coded wheelarches and it will also get a fresh set of special 17-inch Team Dynamics alloy wheels inspired by the ones used in the British Touring Car Championship by Honda.
Standard features available on the Honda Civic Ti Limited Edition include the air conditioning, electric windows, electric side mirrors, MP3 audio system with USB, leather clad steering wheel, gear knob, Bluetooth connectivity and the list goes on.
The previous limited-edition Honda Civic Ti was limited to just 500 examples, but the success of the model has prompted Honda to double the allocation to 1,000 cars this time.
Power to the Honda Civic Ti will be provided by the same 1.8 liter petrol engine used in the standard version, which develops a total output of 140 horsepower. More details on the Honda Civic Ti Limited Edition will be announced close to its launch.
More Updates will be coming soon from the Paris Motor Show, so stay tuned.
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