Like we said in the previous article, Honda Cars Philippines unveiled today the face-lifted Civic. Still powered by the current 2.0- and 1.8-liter engines, the Civic is now available in three variants:
2.0 EL Mugen - P1,368,000
1.8 E Modulo - P1,118,000
1.8 S - P978,000
That's right: The top two variants now come standard with either the Mugen or the Modulo bodykit. If you're not into cosmetic accessories and would rather save a few bucks, the base model is the way to go.
The 2.0 EL Mugen comes with a sports grille, a front under-spoiler, a rear under-spoiler, side under-spoilers, a wing-type trunk spoiler and, of course, a Mugen emblem. It also has 17-inch multispoke alloy wheels.
The 1.8 E Modulo, meanwhile, boasts a front under-spoiler, a rear under-spoiler, side under-spoilers, a wing-type tailgate spoiler, and a Modulo emblem. It now also sports 16-inch multispoke alloy wheels and a new honeycomb grille with single-bar chrome accent, which is also found on the base 1.8 S variant.
The Civic 2.0 EL Mugen and 1.8 E Modulo likewise come standard with fog lights, chrome handles and power-retract side mirrors with integrated turn signals.
Inside, the new Civic gets a seven-inch touchscreen display that features functions such as hands-free telephone and audio streaming via Bluetooth connectivity. Both the 2.0 EL Mugen and the 1.8 Modulo are now also equipped with a multi-view backing-up camera that offers three views (normal, wide and top down).
The new Civic is available in five colors: Crystal Black Pearl; Modern Steel Metallic (2.0 EL Mugen and 1.8 E Modulo); White Orchid Pearl (2.0 EL Mugen and 1.8 E Modulo, plus P20,000); Carnelian Red Pearl (1.8 variants only); and Taffeta White (1.8 S only).