Saturday, August 31, 2013

2014 Honda Civic Tourer Release Date & Review

2014 Honda Civic Tourer Release Date & Review - The 2014 Honda Civic Tourer, which debuts at the 2013 Frankfurt Engine Display next month, will be a part of the current Social four-door hatchback in Honda’s Western collection. As opposed to relatively staid U.S.-market Social automobile, the Tourer’s design is much more bold, with an competitive front structures and a swoopy increasing beltline that tapers to create a sailing roofline impact in the back. We’re satisfied to see that, apart from tires and headlamp information, the Social Tourer looks almost similar to the eye-catching Social Tourer idea proven a few months ago at the Geneva Engine Display.

In Western countries, the 2014 Honda Civic Tourer will be provided with a choice of two four-cylinder google, one diesel fuel and one fuel. The diesel fuel motor is a 1.6-liter i-DTEC that is part of Honda’s World Goals family of google and the first of such to be provided in Western countries. The 1.8-liter i-VTEC motor is not an World Goals motor and is similar to the four-cylinder provided in the US-market Social.

2014 Honda Civic Tourer Release Date & Review

2014 Honda Civic Tourer Release Date & Review



Inside, the Civic Tourer is ingrained with Honda’s common appearance expertise and brilliant stowage options. The back regular is of the same tossing and foldable wide range as small sized Honda Fit’s back seats, known as Miracle Chairs. The 60/40 divided seatbacks can flip smooth, or the end pillows can be turned up to allow large items to be packed through the side gates. Honda says the back area can hold 22 cubic legs of stuff; foldable the seatbacks reveals up a palatial 59 cubic legs of space.

The 2014 Honda Civic Tourer also features a new Flexible Damper Program for the back revocation which has three modes: convenience, regular, and powerful. Honda says this is its first execution of this technique on a traveler car, but until Honda produces more information about this technique we’re not sure how it varies from other flexible systems as of yet.

The Honda Civic Tourer will create its first appearance at the Frankfurt Motor Display next 30 days, but Automatic Display has already had a opportunity to stick around the new car – such as its class-leading begin.

With a begin potential of 624 ltrs, it’s 147 ltrs larger than the Civic hatch’s and 218 ltrs larger up on the Conform Tourer’s. Flip the back chairs, and the area grows to 1,668 ltrs – enough to competing some of the most realistic vehicles for selling.

2014 Honda Civic Tourer Release Date & Review

2014 Honda Civic Tourer Release Date & Review


2014 Honda Civic Tourer Release Date & Review

The Civic Tourer is the same size, size and has the same wheelbase as the five-door Civic hatch out, and everything from the nasal area to the B-pillars is taken over. However, Honda’s developers have grafted an additional 235mm on to the back.


The Tourer was developed and developed between Honda’s UK and German-based R&D centers, and will be developed in Swindon, Wiltshire.

There are two engine choices. The 1.6-litre i-DTEC diesel fuel, which produces only 94g/km of CO2 in the hatch out, will be available with a guide box, while the 1.8-litre fuel will come with a guide or automated signals.

Honda will begin purchase guides in Dec, with first supply in Feb. Cut stages are set to be distributed to the hatch out, and while costs and specifications will be verified at Frankfurt, the product did tell us to anticipate a identical cost distinction to competitors. A VW Tennis Property is £765 more than a Tennis hatch out, so the Civic Tourer fuel should begin at around £19,000.

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