The Honda Civic is the latest car to receive a refresh for the new year.
Updates include minor styling tweaks, new alloy wheel designs and interior upholstery improvements.
Exterior enhancements for the 2011 Honda Civic are limited to a new grille design across the range, which is influenced by that fitted to the recently discontinued high performance Type R model.
Updated Civic has alloys as standard
However, alloy wheels are now standard, with the design and size varying by model. Meanwhile, 1.4-litre three-door Type S models now boast body-coloured side skirts, and a new ‘Ionized Bronze’ paint finish is now available.
On the inside there are new trim finishes. ES and SE gain half-fabric, half-Alcantara upholstery, while the Si now includes half-leather and Alcantara, plus heated front seats.
There are no changes to the engine line-up and pricing remains the same, with the entry-level 1.4-litre Type S starting at £13,995.
New Civic available soon
Production starts in Swindon this November, so you can expect to see the new Civic in showrooms soon after.
Honda is currently running a range of offers aimed at tempting people into showrooms. These include three years’ servicing and car tax at no extra charge on all Civics until the end of the year.