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Honda is adding a little more interior space for the next generation Civic hatchback

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A new Civic hatch that can be fitted with an optional six-speed manual transmission is expected to hit showrooms later this year.

The automaker has already confirmed the automaker will produce the hatch in a limited edition, starting at $21,700.

The Civic will also get an updated exterior with an all-new hood, taillight and side markers, according to the automodetail.

The hood will be an all chrome piece with a flat black exterior, while the taillights will have an orange dot.

The Civic will get a new grille and new LED headlights, along with a new LED taillighting system.

The rear bumper will also have LED lighting, along the side of the car, and the side mirrors will also be LED.

The roofline will also feature LED lighting.

The Honda Civic hatch will be offered with either the all-wheel drive system or an all manual transmission, depending on which one you choose.

The all-speed transmission will be priced at $24,400, while all-manual will cost $25,400.

The Honda Civic will be available with either a 6-speed automatic transmission or a 7-speed, as well as a 9-speed.

The 6- and 7-speeds will be powered by a 1.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine and will be able to deliver up to 300 horsepower, according the automoodetails.

The new Civic will have a total output of between 350 horsepower and 400 horsepower, and it will be capable of pulling up to 65 mph in 4.4 seconds.

The automodeteam has a list of what it calls the ‘best looking Civic hatch cars in the world’ which includes a new version of the Civic Hatchback, a Civic GT with a five-passenger cabin, a 2017 Civic Type R, a 2016 Civic Type S, and a 2016 Honda Fit.

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