At the Geneva Motor Show that was held in March we were able to see Honda Civic Tourer Concept vehicle and we are pretty sure that the production ready vehicle will offer similar design and features. We were also able to see some spy shots of 2014 Honda Civic Tourer but those are of a heavily camouflaged car.
Undoubtedly, the smooth lines of the concept car will be changed slightly for consumers, however that does not imply the Civic wagon will be a bland equipment. The Euro-spec Civic’s angular front end appears like it will mix nicely with the rakish rump that we saw on the concept.
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Our sources recommend that not only will the Civic Tourer be a class-leader in regards to payload capacity, however it will likely be a rather appealing automobile from behind the wheel, also. Honda is hoping that the Tourer will account for roughly 20 percent of all European Civic sales after it goes on sale.
Expect to see the production car launching at the Frankfurt Motor Show this September, with the first consumers taking delivery in early 2014. In the meantime, have a look at the camouflaged swoopy wagon from all angles in our gallery above.
Civic Tourer Release Date
Couple of words on concept … The concept revealed at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show looks a lot like the concept variation, other than its diving roofline, protruding wheel arcs, a roof rack and its ability to accommodate more travel luggage.
No information have been announced about the concept’s drivetrain, however we anticipate it to be the same as the sedan version. For the manufacturing variation Honda will likely establish a new 1.6 i-DTEC engine, plus a hybrid drivetrain.
Revealed at the 2012 Paris Auto Show, Auris Touring Sports will be one of the greatest rivals for the next Civic Tourer. Customers can pick between two diesel motors– 1.4-liter and 2.0-liter– and two gas engines– 1.33-liter and 1.6-liter, and a hybrid powertrain that integrates a 1.8-liter Atkinson cycle gasoline engine that delivers 98 horse power with an electricity motor, for a total output of 134 horse power.
Unveiled at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, the seventh-generation Golf Variant will be a difficult rival for the next Civic Tourer. Everybody knows that the Golf is a leader on the European market and the Variant variation is sure to be no exception. Similar to the basic hatchback variation, the new Golf Variant will be offered with petrol engines with power varying from 85 to 140 horsepower and diesel engines varying from 105 to 150 horse power.