Motorists in the UK are now able to get behind the wheel of the latest variant of the Honda Civic vehicle.
The Japanese automobile manufacturer has put the SE+ model on the market with greater exterior styling including 16-inch alloys and a body-coloured skirt and spoiler.
According to the head of marketing for Honda in the UK Tom Gardner, the improvement means that the car now represents great value for money for those who opt for it in 2008.
"Customers wanted a higher spec, entry level model that looked even more sporting … The SE+ looks great, offers fantastic value for money and represents the success of our UK manufacturing plant," said the official.
The automaker’s manufacturing plant in the UK is located in Swindon, where workers put together the Civic Type-R, Type-S and standard models for markets in South Africa, Australia and Europe.