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Honda Civic Jordan

The Civic Jordan was built in 1999 to celebrate Honda’s relationship with the Jordan Formula One team, turning the standard 160bhp VTi into something more special.

Top 10 Future Classics - Honda Civic Jordan
  • On sale: 1999
  • Price range: £2,000 - £3,000

The Civic Jordan was built in 1999 to celebrate Honda’s relationship with the Jordan Formula One team, turning the standard 160bhp VTi into something more special.

It was the fastest Civic available in the UK at the time and was upgraded with black and yellow leather seats as well as an Eddie Jordan plaque. Just 500 examples were made, so it’ll be a collector’s item in the future.

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