New Honda Civic Saloon Priced From £19,395 In The UK

Honda has announced that the new four door Civic will arrive at UK retailers next month, priced from £19,395 for the the entry-level SE petrol version, with a manual transmission.

Trim levels will mirror those of the hatchback, meaning buyers will be able to choose between SE, SR and EX versions.

The base SE features the Honda SENSING suite of safety systems, such as collision mitigation braking, forward collision warning, lane keep assist, lane departure warning, road departure mitigation, adaptive cruise control and traffic sign recognition.

Opt for the SR grade instead and you’ll get rain sensing auto wipers, dual climate control air conditioning, parking sensors, Honda CONNECT (Apple CarPlay and Android Auto), plus a rear parking camera. As for the EX trim, it adds leather seats, smart entry and start, LED headlights with washers, LED fog lights, wireless phone charging and heated rear seats.

“The arrival of the four door variant now completes the line-up for the Civic family in the UK,” stated Honda UK exec, Phil Webb. “With the hatchback and the four door now available, we have a strong Civic range whether it’s a corporate or retail customer looking for a car.”

Buyers interested in a personal contract purchase deal (PCP) can pay £259 per month on a three year, 10,000 mile contract on 5.9% APR for a 1.6 i-DTEC SR manual version.


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  • Kash

    oh look! an article just as boring as the car itself

  • eb110americana

    I still think this is the most attractive body style of the current Civic (over the hatch and coupe)–and the current Civic is the most attractive since the 1992-1995 fifth gen. There are a few overworked areas, like the grille, but overall it is handsome and well-proportioned.


    is this the only compact (hatch-based) saloon to be sold in the uk?

    • ctse

      No, there’s the Audi A3 saloon and Mazda 3 saloon too.

    • Matthew Raworth

      There’s also the Skoda Rapid, Seat Toledo, & the euro spec Jetta

  • Loquacious Borborygmus

    It’s funny how the diesel is a 1.6 yet the petrol is a 129 PS VTEC Turbo….
    Ah! A ONE liter petrol engine! Why didn’t you say so?

  • There used to be loads of saloons in the UK but they’ve been falling more and more out of favour in the last 40 years to the point where almost every saloon car if a premium brand and “mainstream” manufacturers have abandoned the segment almost entirely. Honda must see something in this segment that other manufacturers don’t. I suppose their rationale is that it fills the gap left by the Accord, but I’m not sure how big that gap is.

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