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2014 (64) Honda Civic1.6 i-DTEC SE Plus-T 5dr

Blackpool Renault / Dacia
Only £9998
£300 deposit
£179.43 per month

Call now on 01253 845120*

Standard specification

Driver Convenience

Bluetooth hands free telephone connectionCruise control + speed limiter
Front and rear parking sensorsIntelligent multi info display
PASRear parking camera
SD card touchscreen navigation system 


'Shark fin' mobile antenna6 speakers
Auxiliary socket for external MP3 playerMP3 compatible radio/single CD player
Steering wheel mounted audio controlsUSB connection

Exterior Features

Automatic coming/leaving home lighting functionAutomatic headlights with dusk sensor
Automatic rain sensing wipersBody colour electric adjustable heated door mirrors
Body coloured bumpersElectric front/rear windows/one touch operation
Front fog lightsLED daytime running lights
Power foldback door mirrorsRear wiper
Tinted rear windscreen 

Interior Features

60/40 split/folding 2nd row of seatsAlloy pedals
Ambient lightingBoot light
Boot mounted additional accessory socketCargo hooks
Centre console accessory socketCloth upholstery
Driver's seat height adjustmentDual climate control air conditioning system
Front accessory power socketFront map lights
Front/rear courtesy lightsIlluminated Driver/Pass vanity mirrors with cover
Illuminated gloveboxIsofix system on outer rear seats
Leather steering wheel and gear knobMagic seat flexibility system
Passenger seat back pocketPollen filter
Rear armrestThree adjustable rear head restraints
Tilt/telescopic adjust steering wheelTonneau cover


5 three point seatbeltsABS+EBD+Brake assist
Anti-whiplash front headrestsDual front SRS airbags
Emergency stop signal systemFront and rear curtain airbags
Front seatbelt pretensionersFront side airbags
Hill start assistPassenger airbag deactivate switch


DeadlocksECU immobiliser
Remote central lockingUltrasonic alarm


Vehicle stability assist 


Tyre repair kit
The vehicle information above was correct at time of manufacture. Please speak to the dealership for full current specification.

Technical specification


CO0.171CO2 (g/km)94
Noise Level dB(A)72NOx0.139
Particles0.0002Standard Euro EmissionsEURO 5

Engine and Drive Train

CamshaftDOHCCatalytic ConvertorTrue
CC1597Compression Ratio16.0:1
Cylinder LayoutIN-LINECylinders4
Cylinders - Bore (mm)76Cylinders - Stroke (mm)88
Gears6 SPEEDNumber of Valves16

Fuel Consumption

EC Combined (mpg)78.5EC Directive 1999/100/EC AppliesTrue
EC Extra Urban (mpg)85.6EC Urban (mpg)70.6


Badge Engine CC1.6Badge Power120
Coin Descriptioni-DTECCoin SeriesSE Plus-T
Insurance Group 1 - 50 Effective January 0716EManufacturers Corrosion Perforation Guarantee - Years12
Manufacturers Paintwork Guarantee - Years3NCAP Adult Occupant Protection %94
NCAP Child Occupant Protection %83NCAP Overall Rating - Effective February 095
NCAP Pedestrian Protection %69NCAP Safety Assist %86
Standard manufacturers warranty - Mileage90000Standard manufacturers warranty - Years3
Vehicle Homologation ClassM1 


0 to 62 mph (secs)10.5Engine Power - BHP120
Engine Power - KW88Engine Power - PSTrue
Engine Power - RPM4000Engine Torque - LBS.FT221
Engine Torque - MKG31Engine Torque - NM300
Engine Torque - RPM2000Top Speed129


Alloys?TrueTyre Size Front205/55 R16
Tyre Size Rear205/55 R16Tyre Size SpareTYRE REPAIR KIT
Wheel Type16" ALLOY 

Vehicle Dimensions

Width (including mirrors)2065 

Weight and Capacities

Fuel Tank Capacity (Litres)50Gross Vehicle Weight1870
Luggage Capacity (Seats Down)1378Luggage Capacity (Seats Up)477
Max. Loading Weight560Max. Roof Load75
Max. Towing Weight - Braked1500Max. Towing Weight - Unbraked500
Minimum Kerbweight1310No. of Seats5
Turning Circle - Kerb to Kerb11.26
The vehicle information above was correct at time of manufacture. Please speak to the dealership for full current specification.

Independent review

Review courtesy of Car and Driving

Honda Civic

By Andy Enright


Every once in a while, Honda wheels out something that knocks you flat, which absolutely has you wondering why they don't reach those peaks more often. Their motorcycle division manages it on a fairly regular basis, but passenger cars? That's a bit more sporadic. For every NSX, Integra Type R, that first CR-V or the eighth-generation Civic, there are long periods where the company brings us puzzlingly mediocre stuff. For a while it looked as if the ninth-generation Civic was going to fall into that latter bracket. There was no wow about it, nothing that would really compel you to choose one over, say, a Hyundai i30 or a Mazda3. That all changed with the introduction of the 1.6 i-DTEC diesel engine. All of a sudden, if you wanted the very best engine in the whole family hatch division, you bought a Civic. Here's what to look for when buying used.


It probably won't have escaped your attention that the Japanese in general and Honda in particular don't have a stellar track record when it comes to small, efficient diesel engines. For years, Honda persevered with the doomed philosophy that its VTEC petrol engines were the way forward, but the steady growth of diesel sales not just in the heartland of Europe, but also latterly in American and Asian markets made the company bow to the inevitable truth. It needed to get with the program. Before 2002, Honda didn't even have a diesel engine anywhere in its range. At that point, they introduced a 1.7-litre Isuzu-sourced diesel that was so terrible, it seemed the engineers had chosen it in a fit of pique to show how woeful black pump-fueled engines were. Fast-forward to 2013 and better diesels were more prevalent across the Japanese brand's model line-up. Indeed, the 2.2-litre 'N-Series' unit fitted to the ninth generation Civic family hatch wasn't a bad powerplant at all, torquey and relatively refined. It wasn't the right engine for a Focus-sized model in this segment though, too large in size, with economy and efficiency numbers that as time went on increasingly looked out of step with the market. Honda reacted by introducing the engine we're looking at here, a 1.6-litre i-DTEC diesel powerplant that instantly catapulted the brand from also-ran to genuine contender in a number of market sectors. This unit instantly became the best-selling engine for European customers. At the start of 2014 when the Civic Tourer estate model appeared, its range was fundamentally built around this 1.6 i-DTEC diesel. And the unit was used for both bodystyles with a popular Civic 'Black' special edition variant that launched in July 2014. This engine's use continued to be widespread in the facelifted ninth generation Civic line-up that was introduced in the Spring of 2015. What You Pay (used_pay)

What You Get

If having weighed up all the options, you conclude that it is a Civic of this kind that you really want, then you're going to be hoping that this car's price positioning towards the top of its segment will deliver you plenty in terms of standard equipment. Sure enough, across the range, you'll find features like 16-inch alloy wheels, roof rails, a DAB digital radio with eight speakers, Bluetooth and clever flip-up 'Magic' seats, as well as more expected items like daytime running lights, power heated mirrors, a USB input and auxiliary jack and headlights that stay on to see you to your front door. The real niceties of course are reserved for plusher variants - front fog lights, auto headlamps and wipers, front and rear parking sensors, a parking camera and the clever Adaptive Damping System you'll really want to realise the full dynamic repertoire of this car. Popular options you'll find fitted to many models will include satellite navigation, a roof-mounted cycle carrier, a dog guard and a 430-litre ski box. A few original buyers also specified wheels of up to 18-inch diameter - but that carried with it a cost in terms of ride quality. As for safety, a five star Euro NCAP showing is justified by the usual twin front, side and curtain airbags - though no knee 'bag is included. Plus you get all kinds of electronic acronyms to hopefully ensure that you'll never have to use them. There's Vehicle Stability Assist, as well as ABS with emergency braking assist to aid in panic stops advertised to following motorists by automatically activating brake and hazard warning lights. As for practicality, well if you go for the Civic Tourer estate model, you'll find that the interior boot floor has been raised compared to the hatchback to create a completely flat area when the seats are folded down. As with the hatch, the rear seat cushions can also be flipped up in this variant to reveal ample floor space for carrying tall objects. A 60:40 split in the seat base offers even more options for carrying both people and cargo and provides an alternative load area if access via the tailgate is limited. With the Tourer, you get 624 cubic litres of boot volume with the rear seats in place and up to 1668-litres when they're folded. There is also a very handy hidden compartment perfect for storing the tonneau cover when it is not needed. Furthermore, there is additional under floor storage in the boot which makes carrying tall objects in the boot easy, plus the height of the loading lip has been reduced by 137mm compared to the Civic hatchback. It's all been very well thought through.

What to Look For

Not a lot goes wrong with the ninth-generation Civic. Buyers are, on the whole, a contented lot if customer satisfaction surveys are anything to go by. What's more, Honda has delivered on promises. Based on real-world MPG figures submitted by thousands of drivers to the Honest John Real MPG website, the Civic 1.6 i-DTEC took the top accolade in 2014, based on an average score of 66.2mpg. When looking at a used Civic, make sure the electronics work as they should, with electric windows occasionally going on the fritz. Rear brakes have been an issue, as the car can chew through brake pads in around 25,000 miles. There have also been reports of vibrating trim panels.

Replacement Parts

(based on a 2013 5-door 1.6 i-DTEC - ex VAT): You'll need to budget around £315 for a full exhaust system (excluding catalyst), while a clutch assembly is around £200. Front and rear brake pads are around £55 and £50 respectively per set. A starter motor is £240, a radiator around £150, and an alternator around £275.

On the Road

In the past, Honda has sold cars with diesel engines about as willingly and satisfyingly as McDonalds will sell you a salad - but this one's different. True, it's no ball of fire (62mph takes 10.1s on the way to 120mph), but more importantly, there's nearly twice as much pulling power as the alternative 1.8-litre i-VTEC petrol variant can offer - 300Nm from this diesel - which makes the car feel a lot more willing than those figures might suggest, as well as facilitating a 1,400kg braked towing weight. As with the petrol Civic, the engine in this one sits crossways under the bonnet and drives the front wheels through a standard six-speed manual gearbox. Unlike the petrol unit though, it's a powerplant that seems to have been properly tuned to suit the character of the car, feeling happiest when simply surfing along at modest speeds leaving plenty in reserve. There's little of the harshness and vibration you often get from other small diesels when pulling away, even if you're in a gear higher than perhaps you ought to be. Nor is there any need to bother pushing it much past 3,500 revs because it's done its best work by then. Instead plug it into the next gear and take a moment to appreciate the noise reduction work that Honda has put into all Civic models in recent times. There's extra insulation in the rear wheel arches, roof and engine bay, better door seals all round and thicker front side windows. The result is refinement markedly better than original versions of this eight generation Civic could provide, with unpleasant frequencies of engine, tyre and wind noise filtered out far more effectively. You don't even get the boominess from the loadbay at speed that most other small estates exhibit. This car is, in short, a very careful feat of engineering.


The ninth generation Civic took a while to come good. The big step forward came with the introduction of variants fitted with this 1.6-litre i-DTEC diesel engine, a unit which transformed this car's chances. Choose one in a decent trim level and you'll have a Honda that drives brilliantly, offers stellar economy and efficiency figures, is safe, spacious, reliable and still looks smart. You really can't ask for much more from a used car. The only caveat is that it's not cheap. As ever though, you get what you pay for.


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Representative finance example
Monthly payment£179.43
Term (months)48
Fixed interest rate4.61%
Cash price£9998
Credit amount£9698
Completion fee£1
Guaranteed future value£3593
Total amount payable£12,327.21
Annual mileage8000
Contract mileage32000
Excess mileage charge7.0p per mile
APR representativeFixed 8.91% APR representative

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  • Flexible mileage options available
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