Honda just released a new set of images of its factory prepped Civic Mugen Si Sedan that’s scheduled to go on sale in the States in mid-October. Powered by the same 197Hp 2.0L i-VTEC as the standard Si, the Mugen version features a track-tuned suspension, lighter alloy wheels, a new sports exhaust and a bodykit. See the full press release on Honda’s Civic Mugen Si Sedan here. -Follow the jump for the high-res image gallery
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