New Civic puts Honda back at the sharp end
The tenth generation hatchback is evidence of a significant investment in time and money, on the brand, writes Dave Humphreys
When Honda first launched the Civic back in 1972, the world was a changing place. Ireland had signed the Treaty of Accession to the European Communities, while Stateside, Nixon gave the go-ahead to develop the space shuttle programme. Today, Europe looks more fragile and as for the US, well, who knows what its president will do next?
Honda, however, is on the up, evidenced by the launch of its tenth generation of the Civic hatchback. It...
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