The Honda Civic Saloon is good to drive, has a big boot and comes with lots of standard kit. Shame its infotainment system is so poorget the best price
There’s no entry-level S model for the saloon, so SE is the cheapest way into the range. You get a decent amount of equipment including 16in alloy wheels, heated door mirrors, climate control, a DAB radio with Bluetooth and a 5.0in display, auto lights and a rear central armrest.
Engine: 1.0 VTEC Turbo
This three-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine has adequate poke and is both cheaper and more refined than the 1.6-litre diesel. Unless you do mega miles, it’d be our pick.