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Arriving next month, the Honda Civic i-DTEC entry-level S model with manual transmission is confirmed to start from £20,120.
The more powerful 1.5-litre i-VTEC 130PS engineiss part of a mid-life facelift for the Jazz.
Taking design cues from the first generation 1970s Civic, the Urban EV Concept “sets the direction for technology and design” for a production car due in 2019.
Currently described as a “prototype”, the car shown is actually the model already available to buyers in the USA – but the Frankfurt Motor Show car is fitted with a new hybrid system.
Honda's new Civic looks fairly outrageous, but underneath lies something altogether more sensible

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Why is my new Honda Jazz EX CVT not remotely like the car you reviewed on your website? The ride in the back is atrocious.
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