Reviewed: the new Honda Civic Tourer

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Honda is revamping the Civic Tourer for 2015, and practicality is key to the model's continued appeal.

New headlights with LED daytime running lights are fitted at the front face, and the bumper and front grille shapes have been subtly revised. The rear lights are likewise sculpted to flow in from the contoured side panels. From the side, the Civic Tourer has a unique and distinctive profile, using an extra ¾ rear window to create a 'floating roof' look. On the inside, the door trims, dashboard panels and upholstery fabrics have all been updated. The Android infotainment system is carried over from the Civic hatchback.

The estate car still represents incredible value for money, given the space and features available to owners. The class-leading 624-litre boot space is cavernous, and rear seats adjust and fold down smoothly to create more room. At the front of the vehicle, the Honda Connect screen brings infotainment along for the journey.

The top-of-the-range EX Plus model goes the extra mile for your comfort, offering heated, leather-wrapped seats and automatic climate control. You'll have the choice of petrol and diesel engines with the estate; Honda claims that the Civic Tourer will be capable of up to 72.4mpg combined at its most efficient.

As an optional extra, the Driver Assistance Package can be specified for the Civic Tourer. It brings blind spot monitoring and lane departure warning systems to the vehicle, as well as traffic sign recognition and automatic high beam support.

To learn more and place your order for the new Honda Civic Tourer, get in touch with the Johnsons Honda team at our dealerships in Beaconsfield, Milton Keynes, Oxford or Slough.