The Honda Civic is available in 5 variants and 5 colours. Here are more Honda Civic details such as prices, specifications and mileage. You can also check out the Honda Civic on-road price and EMI. Our detailed Honda Civic comparison further helps you compare the Sedan with its rivals. DriveSpark brings you every Honda Civic information you would ever need.
The 10th generation Honda Civic was launched in India back in March 2019. The sedan comes with a completely new design, compared to its predecessor. Honda has brought back the ‘Civic’ nameplate to the Indian market, seven years after discontinuing the popular old model.
The all-new 10th generation Honda Civic continues to carry forward the aggressive and sporty styling. It features sharp creases, character lines and an edgy design, yet carrying forward the latest design language of Honda.
Starting from the front, the Honda Civic comes with a striking design. The front features a thick chrome grille, similar to that of the Amaze. Flanking either side are sleek angular all-LED headlamps with LED DRLs and integrated turn signals. There are also sharp creases on the front bumper, with C-shaped chrome housing for the fog lamps and a central air intake.
The side and rear profile of the Honda Civic carries forward the sporty and aggressive design. The sides come with sharp creases and character lines, 17-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels and a sloping roofline.
The rear profile of the Honda Civic features a fastback-like design, converging to the boot. The C-shaped LED tail lights look sharp and sporty. The rear bumpers also feature the reflectors at either end.
Inside, the Honda Civic continues to feature a sharp and sporty cabin. The sedan comes with a completely blacked-out cabin with contrasting highlights and elements on the dashboard, including a large infotainment system on the centre console as well.
The Honda Civic has been updated to comply with the BS6 emission norms and is offered with a single engine offering. This comes in the form of a 18-litre four-cylinder petrol unit producing 140bhp at 6400rpm and 174Nm of peak torque at 4300rpm. It is mated to a CVT automatic transmission as standard.
The 1.8-litre petrol engine with the CVT transmission on the Honda Civic claims to offer a fuel economy figure of 16.5km/l (ARAI-Certified). However, real-world mileage figures might vary, depending on a number of external factors.
The Honda Civic is a popular sedan offering in the Indian market. Honda has offered the model with a host of features and equipment. Some of the key features on the Honda Civic include LED headlamps, LED DRLs, LED taillights, sunroof, keyless entry with engine start/stop, premium leather upholstery, 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPly and Android Auto, dual-zone climate control, paddle shifters, auto-dimming IRVMs and more.
Safety features on the Honda Civic: multiple airbags, ABS with EBD, vehicle stability control, hill-hold assist, reverse parking camera and sensor, lane-watch camera and many more.
The Honda Civic is a popular model in the Indian executive sedan segment of the Indian market. The ‘Civic’ nameplate was popular among driving enthusiasts and the new model continues to carry on this trend, thanks to its strong performance, sporty design and feature-packed interiors.
The Honda Civic is offered in a range of three variants: V, VX and ZX.
The Honda Civic is offered in a range of five paint schemes: Radiant Red Metallic, Platinum White Pearl, Modern Steel Metallic, Golden Brown Metallic and Lunar Silver Metallic.
The Honda Civic rivals the likes of the Skoda Octavia and the Hyundai Elantra.
No, Honda Civic is offered with a single BS6-compliant petrol engine.
Yes, the Honda Civic comes with a CVT automatic gearbox as standard. What is missed out on is a manual transmission.