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2017 Honda Civic Orange Edition package, limited to 100 kits

Honda Australia has announced a special, launch edition accessory package to mark the official release of the all-new Civic hatch. Said to be inspired by Honda’s global motorsport activities, the Orange Edition package is limited to just 100 kits (not available on RS).

The introduction of the Orange Edition follows the success of the sporty Black Pack (not available on RS) genuine accessory kit introduced for the launch of the all-new Honda Civic sedan last year.

The Orange Edition is available for VTi, VTi-S, VTi-L and VTi-LX grades, and is compatible with four exterior paint colours – White Orchid Pearlescent, Lunar Silver Metallic, Sonic Grey Pearlescent and Crystal Black Pearlescent.

Honda Australia Director, Mr. Stephen Collins, said.

“The ‘Black Pack’ edition proved to be extremely popular with dealers and customers when we launched the all-new Honda Civic sedan, so we’ve extended the scope for customers to individualise the all-new Civic hatch with the introduction of the Orange Edition.”

Available for a Recommended Fitted Retail Price (RFRP) of $2,998 including GST, the Orange Edition package includes:

– Orange front under spoiler
– Orange door and mirror decal set
– Orange side skirt set
– Orange rear under spoiler
– Black 17-inch alloy wheels (4)

The popular Black Pack will also be offered on the all-new Honda Civic hatch, but in a slightly different configuration to suit the hatchback body style. Also available for a RFRP of $2,998 including GST, the Black Pack for Civic hatch can be fitted to VTi, VTi-S, VTi-L and VTi-LX grades and includes:

– Black front under spoiler
– Black door mirror covers
– Black side skirt set
– Black rear under spoiler
– Black 17-inch alloy wheels (4)

When either kit is applied to VTi and VTi-S variants, the black 17-inch alloy wheels require matching upsize tyres (sold separately), which would incur additional cost.

Josh Bennis

Josh has worked within the automotive journalism landscape for the best part of a decade. He's driven everything from a 1972 Mazda 808 station wagon to an Aston Martin DBS. Josh's job is to make sure New Vehicle Buyer readers remain informed and entertained on a daily basis.

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