Honda has taken the wraps off a mildly updated version of the Euro-spec Civic which has gained a revised electric power steering as well as recalibrated front and rear dampers. As a result of these changes, the 2014 Civic hatchback provides a more secure steering wheel control during high speeds and also has an improved body control. The car’s handling has also been improved by realigning the rear suspension’s toe and camber. These modifications come after customer feedback and all the changes were implemented at Honda’s Swindon base in United Kingdom.
In terms of styling, the 2014 Honda Civic hatchback has a piano black finish on the front bumper while the alloys have received a new design. In addition, the wheel arch garnishes are not slightly darker, while at the back there is a privacy glass on the lower window. We should also mention the piano black accents on the lower bumper, tailgate and number plate surround.
The interior cabin now is equipped with aluminum inserts around the cup holder, while white stitching can be found on the knee pad, steering wheel and seats. It will go on sale in January while pricing details will be released closer to its launch.