Honda has kicked off 2016 by unveiling two new limited edition versions of two of their most popular models.
The upgraded Civic Hatch and the CR-V SUV will be hitting showrooms in the next couple of weeks at prices of £14,995 and £29,995 respectively.
The new Civic is based on the 1.4-litre S manual model, is the cheaper of two new editions and has added 16-inch aero alloys and painted wheel arches, front panel and rear skirt for a sportier look.
It will be available in four colours: Sporty Blue, Polished Metal, Milano Red and Crystal Black.
For those with a bit more cash to burn, they can look to the black edition of the CR-V.
Honda offered a black (and white) version of the CR-V back in 2014, and now it has been revived with a new sportier look.
The SUV will only be available in four-wheel drive and with a choice of either petrol or diesel and manual or automatic.
The visual upgrades include new running boards, a boot spoiler, 19-inch black alloys, and a gloss black grille and skid-plate detailing.
The interior will be fully kitted out with high-quality leather, including embossed ‘Black Edition’ logos and new ‘premium’ carpet mats.
The standard manual 2.0 i-VTEC model will start at £29,995 which will rise to £33,730 for the automatic 1.6 i-DTEC.
Phillip Crossman, Managing Director at Honda UK said of the new editions: “This time last year we had the oldest range on the market and were about to launch the latest Civic and CR-V. This limited edition Civic and the Black Edition CR-V are fantastic additions to the core product line up and will make a great start to 2016.”
If you decide to treat yourself to either of these special editions and find yourself in need of any parts further down the line, check out our full range of Honda Civic and CR-V parts.