I also like the Tourer. not quite a sedan, not quite a wagon. I think that it strikes a great balance.They have managed to keep the styling at a good level while also making it more practical than before.
What is really the difference between a tourer and a wagon though? Seems like semantics to me.
I'm sure that Honda will build some interesting variants of the Civic, I just don't think they are going to build all of the above. It seems to me that wouldn't make financial sense. Some of the models would appeal to the same people so they may as well just make fewer models if they are still capable of catching the same customers that they would have with more variants.
I will be surprised if they do it, but like you and others here I just don't see it happening at all. In Honda's defense it could take away from sales of their HRV.
If it wasn't for the HRV, there would be space for a Wagon.
But isn't the HRV more of a crossover than a wagon? At this point I'm not even sure if that is much of a real difference but they at least look slightly different in terms of the type of vehicle they are, even if they are equally capable.