Islington Council has launched a vehicle to grid electric vehicle charging project aimed at helping the local authority become carbon neutral by 2030.
Honda has given the Civic a mild-refresh for 2020, improving the interior, styling and infotainment system.
Strong efficiency and excellent refinement combine with low running costs to make the diesel Civic a top fleet performer.
After an eight-year reign as the most reliable car on contract hire, the BMW 3 Series has lost its title to the Honda Civic.
A subtle step change from the hatch could suit some company car drivers
Honda has added a nine-speed automatic transmission option to the new Civic 1.6-litre i-DTEC diesel model.
Marc Samuel, fleet sales operations manager at Honda, told Fleet News at Company Car In Action 2018 Civic diesel sales will buck the trend of a declining market in the UK in the next 12 months.
Honda will be showcasing the new Civic diesel alongside its petrol counterpart at Company Car In Action (CCIA) 2018.
Honda UK has announced that the four door version of the Civic will be on dealer forecourts from August, with prices announced closer to launch.
Pricing for the new Honda Civic diesel will start from £20,120 for the entry-level S model with manual transmission rising to £24,925 for an EX trim car with the six-speed manual gearbox.
The "good-looking" Honda Civic has been a welcomed addition to our test fleet, despite technology niggles. Sarah Tooze reports.
The month’s second set of Euro NCAP crash testing results have been released, with all eight vehicles achieving five-star ratings.
A revised 120 PS 1.6 litre i-DTEC diesel engine will join the Honda Civic range in Europe from March 2018.
Honda new head of fleet sales is aiming to build on the manufacturer’s recent success in the corporate market by delivering a revitalised fleet programme.
Honda’s new Civic offers fleet customers the lowest whole-life costs against key petrol-powered rivals.
The all-new Honda Civic will cost from £18,235 when it goes on sale in March and residual values are predicted to be 9% higher than the outgoing model.
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