Honda announced the launch of the all-new Civic in the Indian
the 2018 Auto Expo.
generation Civic has finally reached
the Indian roads, and it will
launched Some of the Honda
dealers have also
unofficial bookings for the upcoming premium sedan in the
market. Honda has begun organizing the media drives for the all-
new Civic, and the India-spec
car has been fully
before the launch.
The 10th generation Civic that will be launched in the Indian
market is the same sleek design as the international market. It gets sleek looking full-LED headlamps and C-shaped LED tail
diesel engine options with the all-new Civic.
The petrol version of the 1.8-liter naturally
aspirated petrol engine generates a maximum power of 141 PS at 6,500 rpm and a peak torque of 174 nm at 4,300 rpm.
The petrol version of the Civic will only get a CVT automatic
For the first time in the Indian
diesel engine option with the all-new Civic. The diesel
variants of the Civic will be powered by a 1.6-liter turbocharged
diesel engine that was launched with the all-new CR-V in the Indian market. It produces a maximum of 120 PS at 4,000 rpm and 300 Nm at 2,000 rpm. The diesel engine only gets a 6-speed manual transmission.
revealed the fuel efficiency of the
upcoming Civic. The petrol engine with automatic transmission
returns a maximum of 16.5
diesel versions with
the manual transmission offer a maximum fuel efficiency of 26.8
km / l. The diesel fuel efficiency is quite high and is not automatic
transmission in place, and it will be missed by many customers. The all-new Honda Civic gets disc brakes on all wheels as standard.
Honda has not revealed the variant information of the all-new
the top-trim will
get loaded with features. The
most loaded variant of the Honda Civic will get a push-button
start / stop system, automatic wipers and a smart key that can
be used to turn off the vehicle too and operate the sunroof of the
There are features like 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment
display with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay in the all-new Honda
Civic too. Honda Civic will primarily target the existing Honda City
owners in the Indian market, which is why it will come with features.
The safety kit on the all-new Honda Civic includes six airbags, ABS+EBD,
stability control, Agile Handling Assist (Cornering stability), hill start assist,
reverse camera, walk-away auto-lock feature, ISOFIX mounts for child
seats, electric parking brake and automatic hill hold system.
lane assist system camera and a fully digital instrument cluster, which is
similar to the Honda CR-V.
around Rs. 16 lakhs for the base model
can cost up to Rs. 20 lakhs.