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Low Monthly Payments and 0% Finance Enhances Appeal of All-NewHonda Civic Tourer, now in Dealerships

LONDON, February 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

• New Civic Tourer is available from just £239 a month
• With zero percent APR representative
• Comprehensive five-year care package and metallic paint option for an additional cost of just £20 per month

The all-new Honda Civic Tourer, featuring the largest boot space in the compact family-estate-car class, arrives in dealerships this week and will be available with attractive finance offers - including low monthly payments and zero percent APR - and Honda's new optional fixed-price five-year aftercare package.

Customers can pick up the Civic Tourer 1.8 S i-VTEC (petrol) or the 1.6 S i-DTEC (diesel) in Milano Red for just £239 per month or £249 per month, respectively. Additionally, for true care-free motoring and added kerbside appeal, Honda is offering its comprehensive new five-year care package, 'Five' (£500) and metallic Passion Red paintwork together for an additional monthly payment of just £20. For ultimate affordability, all of these offers benefit from zero percent APR representative.

Honda's new fixed-price comprehensive aftercare package includes five years' servicing, five years' warranty and five years' roadside assist. Five is incorporated into the monthly cost of a new Honda on several PCP packages, or can be added to the purchase price of a new model for a one-off payment of just £500.

Leon Brannan, Head of Cars for Honda (UK) comments: "The Civic Tourer is already proving to be a huge hit with customers and we're delighted to extend its appeal even further with these fantastic offers. With the option of metallic paint and the new Five package for an additional monthly cost of just £20, customers have the reassurance that most of their major motoring costs will be covered for the next five years. With any work carried out by trained Honda technicians using original Honda parts, the residual value of their investment will also be maximised."

Designed and developed in Europe, the British-built Civic Tourer delivers distinctive styling, class-leading utility, advanced technology and an impressive balance between fuel economy and performance. With the lightest in class and super-frugal 1.6 i-DTEC engine, the first from Honda's next generation Earth Dreams Technology range, the 1.6 diesel version offers low running costs with a highly competitive 74.3mpg and CO2 emissions of just 99g/km.

The Civic Tourer is the world's first production car to feature a Rear Adaptive Damper Systems, plus there is an all-new suite of innovative passive and active safety systems available as an option.

For further information please visit http://www.honda.co.uk/civictourer

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Ellie Ostinelli
Honda (UK)
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Rebecca Stead
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