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The Civic Tourer has a huge boot and clever rear seats that let you fold up the bases or the backrests completely flat. The diesel engine is strong and very economical, achieving 61.8mpg in our real-world test. Honda has an enviable reliability record, too, so you’re unlikely to have problems with the car.
Refinement is disappointing, and there are too many poorly labelled buttons to get your head around. Rear visibility is better than the Civic hatchback's, but still poor compared with rivals'.
Should I add any options?
There’s really not much you can add, given that SE Plus-T trim comes with dual-zone climate control, DAB digital radio, cruise control, sat-nav, a reversing camera and automatic lights and wipers as standard.
Given the car’s outstanding practicality, you may want to add useful extras in the load bay such as cargo nets (£60), a boot lip protector (£40) or an integrated dog guard (£195).
If you want to take advantage of this discount, you can use this direct link to the deal we’ve found. If you want to check offers on a different specification, head to Broadspeed.com and use the menus to select the 1.6 diesel version of the Honda Civic Tourer.