• Mar 3rd 2013 at 6:01PM
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Honda provided a teaser sketch of its Civic Tourer concept wagon about a month ago (right), but today, just a couple days before its official debut at the Geneva Motor Show, we've found these official pics of the car in question from WhatCar?

The Civic Tourer concept adds a little length and height to the current Civic hatchback sold in Europe, stretching the shape every which way to make a new wagon model that will compete with cars like the new Volkswagen Golf Variant, which is also making its debut in Geneva this week.

As we mentioned when Honda released the teaser sketch last month, the European Civic is different from the Civic sold here in the US, so the production version of this concept, which should debut in the fall, will never see the inside of a dealership in the States. Do you care, or does the smaller Fit fill that role well enough for Americans?

If you want more details about the Honda Civic Tourer concept, stay tuned for our live coverage of the Geneva Motor Show this week where we'll get the skinny on this Euro-only wagon.

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    • 1 Second Ago
      Jacque Meoff
      • 2 Years Ago
      Bring it to the States - NOW!!!!
      • 2 Years Ago
      Bring this car to the US!!!!! Honda needs a sharp looking car over here!!!
      • 2 Years Ago
      I think it looks good!! ... But I like hatch backs. I do see a heavy Toyota Matrix influence, especially on the rear quarter panel, when viewed in the default photo. Not saying that is a bad thing, I liked the Matrix too! I hope they bring out something like it to the US!
      P.Z. Dawkins
      • 2 Years Ago
      If Honda sold this in the US I would almost certainly buy one.
      Terry Actill
      • 2 Years Ago
      If this was on a Honda dealer's lot there would be plenty of interest. If it was on an Acura dealer's lot it would remain a very rare niche vehicle. If it sold for under $20k Honda would sell lots. If it was sold for $30k+ as an Acura it would barely sell. Honda needs to wise up and get this onto the US market as a Civic wagon etc.
      • 2 Years Ago
      Man how i wish we had a civic wagon in the states that looks like this. I need space but since i like cars i hate SUVs/CUVs. Id much rather have the handling and fuel efficienty of a car with the storage space of an SUV. Why cant car companies understand this? I looked at the fit and its great if you want to haul short tall stuff, but why sacrifice space by making it so darn short? I need storage length more than storage height. I really hope we get this here!!!!
      • 2 Years Ago
      Wow, I really like it. I can say that about so few cars nowadays.
      Travis C. Vasconcelo
      • 2 Years Ago
      I really like this as it harkens back to the Civic of the early to late 1980's in a very good way. What has turned me off to Honda is their abandonment of the small hatch market. The Fit is fine as micro cars go...but, this European only car is what they needed in America, not that ill-concieved mess they attempted to infest us with in 2012.
        • 2 Years Ago
        @Travis C. Vasconcelo
        The current Fit is larger than the 1980s Civics. If you are looking for a Honda sized like a 80s Civic hatch/wagon, then go buy a Fit.
        • 2 Years Ago
        @Travis C. Vasconcelo
        The Civic hatch isn't Europe only. It's available here in Australia and I'm pretty sure in parts of Asia as well.
      • 2 Years Ago
      Any wagon any carmaker has theyve got to bring to us. Cruze, mazda6, fusion to name a few. I hate my intelligence being insulted when they say they make no money yet the build bullshit like the cross tour, the bmw 5 hatch thing, zdx that no one wants.
      Gordon Chen
      • 2 Years Ago
      My heart sank when I realized this isn't coming to the USA.
      Stevie Diffy
      • 2 Years Ago
      I really like this. Keep the price competitive and bring it to the USA.
      • 2 Years Ago
      Honda should really take a look at how many Focuses Ford sells in hatchback form in the US. It seems to me that all I see of the Focus is the hatch. I almost never see the sedan.
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