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A New Honda Civic Type R

A New Honda Civic Type R

 

Honda has recently confirmed the arrival of a new Honda Civic Type R model that will be powered by the impressive 2.0 litre turbo charged engine which will exude more than 276bhp directed to the front wheels of the model.

 

Honda announced the new Civic model alongside the sport tourer version of the model at the latest Frankfurt Motor Show and also insisted that the model will not make production for another 2 years due to the amount of development work the model still has to endure.

 

The new Honda Civic Type-R is now due to be launched during the summer of 2015 and will face an excruciating testing process of which the guys at Honda Germany will get involved in heavily. The Honda brand are commonly known to test within Germany and more specifically on the race track at the Nurburgring. The RenaultSport Megane model currently holds the lap record for the front wheel drive production car and the Honda Civic will look to abolish that lap record sometime in the near future with the Type R.

 

Renault have recently announced that they will be continuing with the production of the Megane model and plan to update the look and style of the model. Honda have gone from strength to strength in the last number of years and yet still lack in terms of serious market share within the UK.

 

How can Honda compete at the top?

Models such as the Jazz and the Civic do considerably well within the UK but both models are yet to challenge the likes of the Ford Fiesta and Vauxhall Corsa in terms of the sales figures. However, both models remain strong in the way of sales, but the worry for Honda is that they have to develop an affordable and quality model that will inspire the UK motorists into purchasing a Honda model.

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