Honda Cars Philippines, Inc. (HCPI) is fond of introducing limited edition models and integrating added features to its vehicles. In fact, last March 2017, HCPI announced the availability of a limited CR-V Navi variant, as well as an updated Civic. Now, HCPI introduced a limited edition variant for the 2017 Civic – the 1.8 E CVT Navi.
What makes the said Civic variant special? Well, it now comes with a 7-inch touchscreen navigation system and Modulo accessories. It is also available in 2 exclusive exterior paint options – Brilliant Sporty Blue Metallic or Crystal Black Pearl.
Other features fitted to the Civic 1.8 E CVT Navi variant include Bluetooth connectivity, HDMI port, ‘MiraCast’ screen mirroring function, and USB input. In terms of aesthetic look, this variant is equipped with a Modulo deck lid spoiler, door visors, and trunk tray.
Under the hood is the same 1.8L gasoline engine that’s found on the standard-spec Civic, which produces 141 hp and 171 Nm of torque. It is mated to a continuously variable transmission.
The Honda Civic 1.8 E CVT Navi limited edition variant is now available nationwide with a retail price of P1,133,000. Aside from the exterior colors mentioned earlier, the limited edition Civic can also come in White Orchid Pearl (additional P20,000).
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