Honda Unveils Limited Edition Civic Ti

Honda Civic Ti

Honda has launched a limited edition Civic Ti for customers that want a sportier look for their Civic.

The Civic Ti is based on the 1.8 SE model and comes with colour coded wheel arches and unique 17-inch Team Dynamics ‘Le Mans’ alloy wheels.

Inside reveals a leather wrapped steering wheel and gear knob. The already high 1.8 SE model specification goodies include climate control, AUX and USB for an iPod, steering wheel audio controls, electric rear windows and Hands Free Bluetooth.

This Civic Ti model is limited 1,000 units and available to order now from £16,995 OTR.

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Honda (UK) has launched a limited edition Civic Ti featuring exclusive extra kit for customers that want a sportier look for their Civic. This limited edition model is available to order now and can be picked up from only £16,995 OTR.

This 5-door sports-inspired Civic is based on the 1.8 SE model, but comes with over £1,000 worth of extra equipment. To enhance the exterior look the Civic Ti comes with colour coded wheel arches and unique 17-inch Team Dynamics ‘Le Mans’ alloy wheels. As Honda’s British Touring Car Championship racing partner the alloys from Team Dynamics are sure to get some attention on the road.

Take a seat inside the Ti and additions include a leather wrapped steering wheel and gear knob on top of an already high specification which includes climate control, AUX and USB for an iPod, steering wheel audio controls and electric rear windows. Hands Free Bluetooth has also been added to the Ti, further complementing the premium feel.

Honda is offering just 1,000 of these limited edition cars to customers in the UK in one of three colours; Milano Red, White Orchid Pearl and Alabaster Silver Metallic. The combination of high spec interior treatment and an exterior upgrade will no doubt attract customers looking for a car with sporty style.

The previous limited edition Ti flew out of dealerships with customers wanting to get their hands one of just 500 cars available. The popularity of the first Ti inspired Honda to create the magic once again, but with double the availability.


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