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Honda Australia launches Jazz, HR-V, CR-V, Civic limited editions

September 8, 2015

Honda Australia has announced a handful of special editions to spice up the local range, based on the HR-V, Jazz, CR-V, and Civic sedan.

2015 Honda Civic Limited Edition Modulo

Starting with the Jazz Limited Edition, Honda has fit some 15-inch alloy wheels, a rear spoiler, metallic door sills, sports pedals, and exclusive badges. There’s also extended warranty thrown in, and Roadside Assist+. Prices start at $18,290, boosting value by $1600.

For the HR-V Limited Edition, the package is based on the VTi-S model and comes with leather seats that are heated in the front, rear parking sensors, side steps, metallic paint, and aero front and rear bumpers. The HR-V is already a very popular vehicle with new car buyers at the moment. This Limited Edition package, which comes with unique badges, should attract even more punters. Prices start at $31,490.

The CR-V Limited Edition is similarly spruced up, coming with 18-inch alloy wheels, fog lights at the front, side steps, front and rear parking sensors, auto headlights and wipers, and Honda’s LaneWatch system. Prices start at $30,490, boosting value of the VTi variant on which it’s based by $3100.

Lastly, the Civic sedan Limited Edition goes for a sportier package. It’s based on the VTi-S version, and comes with equipped with Modulo front and rear spoilers, Modulo side skirts, and a rear wing. It also gets metallic paint and a unique badge. Prices start at $24,990, lifting value by $2160.

All four limited editions are on sale now but only for a limited time. Honda Australia director Stephen Collins said, “With added specification, it’s a great time for customers to get into their local Honda Dealer to take advantage of these great offers.”

Brett is the editor and founder of PerformanceDrive. He's obsessed with driving, having played with Matchbox cars until he was tall enough to drive a real one. After initially working as a mechanic, Brett earned a degree in journalism and entered media as an editorial assistant at Top Gear Australia magazine. He then worked at CarAdvice.com.au. His dream is to live next door to the Nurburgring in Germany.