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Honda reveals pricing and details for hybrid Civic IMA

HONDA has announced pricing and figures for its new petrol-electric hybrid Civic IMA, with a claim of 30% fuel savings over the conventional 1.4-litre Civic and a sub-£15,000 price tag.

On sale from May 1, the four-door IMA will cost £14,995 on-the-road, although with the recently confirmed £1,000 PowerShift subsidy the net price becomes £13,995.

The IMA achieves 57.6mpg on the combined cycle, which means a claimed saving of £400 over a standard 1.4-litre petrol model after 20,000 miles. With CO2 emissions of 116g/km the IMA qualifies in the 12% benefit-in-kind tax band in 2003/2004.

The petrol electric assist system has an eight-year/ 100,000-mile guarantee while the vehicle has a three-year/ 90,000-mile warranty.

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