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Sporty Honda Civic Ti announced

Limited edition model inspired by Touring Cars

Honda Civic Ti

Just 500 examples of the Honda Civic Ti will be built

Honda has announced a new, limited edition Civic hatchback called the Ti.

Promising ‘hi-tech kit and racing looks’, the Honda Civic Ti is inspired by Honda’s 2011 British Touring Car Championship (BTCC) racing car. It includes extra equipment worth £3,700.

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Honda Civic Ti: bodykit and satnav standard

The Civic Ti is based on the existing SE specification, and comes with Premium White Pearl paint only.

Making the Ti stand out, however, is the new ‘GP’ bodykit – front and rear spoilers, side-skirts and a lower rear skirt, plus 17-inch ‘Pro-Race’ alloy wheels provided by Team Dynamics – the company that supplies Honda’s BTCC race wheels.

Honda Civic Ti

The car gets a sporty makeover thanks to the firm’s British Touring Car Championship team

Sprucing up the interior, Honda has fitted a ‘state of the art’ Pioneer infotainment system.

Complete with 3D graphic touch screen, this comprises satellite navigation with mapping for 44 countries, multi-position receivers for improved signal, traffic alerts, Bluetooth, CD and DVD player, and a USB connection.

Pioneer is another of Honda’s partners for the 2011 BTCC series.

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Civic Ti from £15,995

Honda Civic Ti buyers can choose between a 1.4-litre petrol engine priced at £15,995 or a 1.8-litre petrol version priced from £16,995. It is available as a five-door model only.

Just 500 examples of the car will be made available throughout the UK. The Ti goes on sale in March, just in time for the new ’11’ registration plate.


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