The 2012 Honda Civic for Europe Gets a Video, Photo Gallery

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The 2012 Honda Civic for Europe is better than the 2012 Honda Civic for the U.S. That is all.

After its debut at the Frankfurt Auto Show in September, the 2012 Euro-spec Honda Civic hatchback has been lauded as a far superior automobile than the failure pile in a sadness bowl of a sedan that we received here in the U.S. The Euro-spec Civic runs on three different powerplants: two gasoline engines with displacements of 1.4 and 1.8-liters that put out 99hp and 140hp respectively, while a 2.2-liter diesel engine puts out 148hp and 258lb-ft of torque.

In any case, Honda has been building up their new Euro Civic's reputation with an array of photos and even a new video, showing the Civic as the ultimate car to pick up chicks. With its big and bold design language, we are sure it will be a hit across the pond.

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