News round-up: Honda Black Editions revealed and Infiniti Q50 2.0 pricing

  • Honda reveals Black Edition of Civic
  • Available with choice of two engines and in hatch and Tourer bodystyles
  • Infiniti announces pricing for 2.0-litre petrol Q50
Words By Tom Webster

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The Honda Civic Black Editiion has been revealed, and will come with a selection of visual enhancements inside and out. It gets black front and rear bumpers and side skirts, and a gloss black roof spoiler. Black details also feature on the fuel filler cap and the door mirrors, while the look is completed by a Black Edition aluminium badge. It is available with a choice of two engines - the 1.6-litre diesel and the 1.8-litre petrol, which will be priced from Β£22,460 and Β£21,455 respectively. Honda is also offering the Black Edition for Β£249 with 0% APR over three years. It is also offering Β£500 contribution towards the deposit.


Infiniti has added a 2.0-litre petrol engine to its Q50 saloon range, and it will cost from Β£31,755. It is available from the mid-level Premium trim upwards, and comes with an automatic gearbox only. The petrol engine is a four-cylinder, 208bhp unit that promises CO2 emissions of 146g/km and a government average of 56.5mpg. It is also available in Sport trim, which costs Β£34,125.


The Mitsubishi Shogun also gets a new addition to its line-up – the short wheelbase model is now available with a Barbarian edition. The new model sits above the Warrior at the top of the Shogun SWB range, and adds a selection of kit and visual enhancements. It gets 20-inch dual colour alloy wheels, finished in black and silver, a leather interior with carbon details, DAB digital radio, aluminium pedals and a colour coded spare wheel cover. It comes with a 197bhp 3.2-litre diesel engine and is offered with a choice of a manual or an automatic gearbox. The manual version costs from Β£31,999, while the auto costs Β£33,684.