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Honda introducing new 1.6L diesel in Civic at Paris Motor Show
14 September 2012
At the upcoming Paris Motor Show, Honda will show a new 1.6-liter i-DTEC diesel engine in the Civic hatchback. The first engine in Europe to feature Honda’s Earth Dreams Technology series, the 120 PS engine (118 hp, 88 kW) has a combined consumption of 65 mpg US and CO2 emissions of 94 g/km.
Honda will also debut the new fourth-generation CR-V. For the first time in Europe, the compact SUV will be offered with a choice of both two- and four-wheel drive, while improvements to both the gasoline and diesel engines have resulted in a reduction in CO2 emissions.
Honda is also exhibiting the CR-Z, featuring increased power in both the gasoline engine and electric motor, and the EV-STER, a next-generation electric small sports concept model.
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