Dealer throws down test drive challenge
A ssembled in the UK, the 120PS i-DTEC diesel engine offers outstanding performance figures – low CO2 emissions of 94g/km and combined cycle fuel economy of 78.5mpg.
It has been specifically designed to appeal to corporate customers and, despite being on sale for only a matter of weeks, there have been significant fleet deals already.
Lookers Honda has thrown down the gauntlet by holding a test drive challenge from today until next Friday.
The object of the exercise is provide you with an opportunity to drive the car in the most economical way you can to achieve as near as possible the official combined fuel economy figure of 78.5mpg, which in itself is remarkable.
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The top 20 participants attaining the best results will be invited to the showroom on at later date for fun activities and refreshments, with the closest driver to the official figure receiving a prize from the Man From Honda.
A Top Gear-style leader board will keep track of the top results.
Why not have a go yourself and try to get as close as you can to those impressive official fuel consumption results?
Just go easy with your right foot!
To take part, call Lookers Honda Nottingham on (0115) 986 3222.
You'll find the dealership on Lenton Lane, Nottingham. Lookers Honda dealer principal Vernon Rogers says: "This new class-leading Honda Civic diesel is, not surprisingly, very popular with businesses and company car drivers.
"Low CO2 emissions of 94g/km mean there's no road tax to pay and low BiK rates for drivers, with fuel consumption of 78.5mpg, means fewer visits to the pumps.
"It equates to a pay rise for company car drivers and, with this new engine delivering 120PS, there's not even a penalty in performance."