New Honda Civic Tourer Shows Up At Frankfurt. Brings 624 Liters With It.
Sep 11, 2013 13:11
Honda premiered the new Civic Tourer at Frankfurt, where it was developed and designed in Europe and offers a voluminous 624 liters of trunk.
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