Honda Civic Sport Line Arrives At UK Dealers From £22,445

Honda has launched the new Civic Sport Line in the United Kingdom. Based on the SR trim level, it’s available from £22,445 ($28,612/€25,254), or £199 ($254/€224) a month over 36 months.

Visual differences compared to the rest of the lineup include the high gloss black accents on the mirror caps, window surrounds, lower front and side skirts, and rear diffuser. Customers can also choose between three exterior colors, called White Orchid Pearl, Rallye Red and Brilliant Sporty Blue.

Inside, the only thing setting the new Civic Sport Line apart from other versions are the black leather seats with red stitching, which the automaker says are exclusive to this grade.

Also Read: Base Honda Civic Is Surprisingly Fun If You Can Live With Its Looks

“This special edition Civic is a fantastic addition to our current line up, and will make for a great ending to 2018 for Honda UK”, said Honda’s UK chief, Phil Webb. “The Sport Line will be popular with those looking for something a little more distinctive and individual and we look forward to it hitting dealer forecourts in the run up to Christmas.”

Standard equipment includes the Honda Connect infotainment system with 7-inch touchscreen, Bluetooth, Garmin navigation, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, internet radio, dual-zone climate control and rear privacy glass. Moreover, there’s an adaptive cruise control, city brake active system, high beam support, ECON mode, and motion adaptive electronic power steering.

The new Civic Sport Line is available solely with a turbocharged 1.0-liter unit that puts out 129 PS (127 hp / 95 kW) and is mated to either a manual gearbox or a CVT.

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  • Dennis James

    It already looks like a Christmas tree even without the sport line trim…that stuff only adds to the insult.

  • Blade t

    I’m a Honda fan ,but almost 30k for a civic with 127hp ? You can get an Si for 5k less with 205hp..

  • Bash

    That’s too much frankly.

  • Matthew Raworth

    It really doesn’t need a sport trim, if anything it needs an elegance trim or something similar to tone it down a bit 😂

  • FlameWater

    See you next gen folks

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