Honda Expands Hybrid Offering

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Honda Expands Hybrid Offering
Honda Expands Hybrid Offering

Honda will offer the cheapest hybrid vehicle in Germany from the coming year. The Civic Hybrid will be given the entry-level “Comfort” variant in January.

Honda is expanding its Civic Hybrid range to include the particularly well-equipped entry-level version “Comfort” for 22,950 euros, making it by far the cheapest hybrid vehicle on the German market. This year, the Civic Hybrid had repeated the previous year's success in the environmental list of the Verkehrsclub Deutschland (VCD).

Consumption of only 4.6 liters

The Honda is equipped with a 95 hp petrol engine, which is supported by a 20 hp electric motor. The compact car consumes just 4.6 liters per 100 kilometers and emits 109 grams of CO2 per kilometer. The basic version includes head airbags at the front and rear, active headrests at the front, the VSA (Vehicle Stability Assist) stabilization program, power windows, multifunction steering wheel with adjustable width, on-board computer, MP3-compatible CD radio with four speakers and 15 '' alloy wheels.

At the same time, the previous Civic Hybrid variant will be available in the future as the? Elegance ?? from 24,050 euros. Compared to the “Comfort”, it offers additional equipment features such as heated seats at the front for driver and front passenger, leather steering wheel, 6-disc CD changer, cruise control, electrically folding exterior mirrors and fog lights. Leather upholstery is still optionally available, with an integrated DVD navigation system including a hands-free system being added. (AG)