Honda has decided to bring a facelift version of the rather unpopular Civic Sedan in Europe where it doesn’t do so well in terms of sales. The car was originally revealed back in late 2012 in United States and the European version looks just about the same as far as we can tell. We notice that the front grille has been redesigned and it’s bigger than before, while a metallic trim is decorating the border. The most important modification is at the rear where the Civic’s taillights are a lot bigger than they used to be. As for the interior, the cabin looks virtually the same as the pre-facelift model, with the exception of the AC controls which have been lightly updated but nothing significant.
For those of you that don’t know, Honda is selling the Civic Sedan in Europe only with a 1.8-liter gasoline engine capable of producing 140 bhp (104 kW). This power unit can be linked to either a manual 6-speed transmission or the optional CVT.