Honda Civic Mugen Si Sedan

Honda Civic Mugen Si Sedan

Mugen has been known for its JDM Honda performance products and styling for decades. And to the delight of import enthusiasts, Honda has finally announced a special model Civic prepared by Mugen. Planned for production in a limited quantity of 500 units a year, the Civic Mugen Si Sedan ($30,000) boasts a track-tuned suspension that lowers the vehicle by 0.6 inches, 18x7.5-inch forged aluminum wheels, a new sports exhaust system, and a full-vehicle aero-package that adds a front spoiler with a sports grille, side spoilers, a rear bumper diffuser and a rear wing. Other touches include front and rear Mugen emblems, a serial number placard, and Mugen shift knob.

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