The first images of the European-spec 2017 Honda Civic Sedan have emerged online before the public gets its first taste of the four-door model at the Paris Auto Show.
Set to enjoy its Euro debut alongside the 10th-generation Civic hatch, the new sedan will be built at the marque’s production facility in Gebzé, Turkey.
For the most part, 2017 Civic Sedan models that will be sold throughout Europe will look almost identical to those already available in the United States. The only obvious styling changes are the implementation of clear indicators rather than the orange ones required in the United States.
In the U.S., the current Civic sedan is offered with a 1.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder delivering up to 180 hp and a 2.0-liter with 158 hp. In Europe, the petrol range could be joined by at least one diesel powertrain, although its displacement, power and torque figures remain unknown for the time being. In either case, both manual and automatic transmissions will be available.