Unveiled: 2014 Honda Civic Tourer

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Grand Illusion

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I kind of like it. But what's the point of this if you can buy a CR-V, or vice versa? The interior looks alot nicer (imo) in the CR-V than this, and you probably get more space. They should have the same engine even. But don't get me wrong, I do love me a wagon.
 

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I'm still not really sold on the Euro Civic styling. I much prefer the NA version of the Civic. But we don't get a wagon/estate/touring version, so I do kinda like this. Although from the rear it looks like a minivan/MPV and I can't stand the enormous bulbous taillights. If the taillights were smaller and more tasteful and there was a visible exhaust port(s) with some sort of blacked out rear valance, it would look quite a bit cooler and match the front end better.
 
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Rex Luther

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I kind of like it. But what's the point of this if you can buy a CR-V, or vice versa? The interior looks alot nicer (imo) in the CR-V than this, and you probably get more space. They should have the same engine even. But don't get me wrong, I do love me a wagon.

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I quite like the look of this. It would be all kinds of awesome if Honda did a Type S (or even R!!!!!!) version.
 

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Judging by the license plate holder, my guess is that it won't be making it to the North American market anytime soon. Judging by the low load floor, it probably retains the torsion beam suspension of the Euro-spec Civic. The styling to me seems way over done as well. I'm especially not a fan of the high belt line and chunky styling.
 
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