Honda Civic Summary
|Max Power||140 bhp @ 6500 rpm|
Honda Civic Price List in India
Honda Civic price start at ₹ 17.94 Lakh and goes up to ₹ 22.35 Lakh. Check out the entire Honda Civic variants on-road price in India. Get more info on Honda Civic new models, videos, latest news, and the up-to-date Civic four wheeler ex-showroom price.
Honda Civic Variants Price
|Civic Variants||Ex-showroom Price||Compare|
|1799 cc, Petrol, Automatic, 16.5 kmpl||₹ 17.94 Lakh|
|1799 cc, Petrol, Automatic, 16.5 kmpl||₹ 19.45 Lakh|
|1597 cc, Diesel, Manual, 23.9 kmpl||₹ 20.75 Lakh|
|1799 cc, Petrol, Automatic, 16.5 kmpl||₹ 21.25 Lakh|
|1597 cc, Diesel, Manual, 23.9 kmpl||₹ 22.35 Lakh|
Honda Civic Colours
- Radiant Red Metallic
- Modern Steel Metallic
- Lunar Silver Metallic
- Golden Brown Metallic
- Platinum White Pearl
Honda Civic Videos
Honda Civic Highlights
The name Civic does not need much introduction, as the executive sedan from Honda had a massive cult following back when Honda forayed in this segment with the 8th generation model. Sure, the Civic was an instant hit among the masses, but it just wasn’t up to the mark in certain areas.
The Honda Civic returns in the Indian market in 2019, halfway through its global lifecycle in its 10th generation, hoping to revive the ailing executive sedan segment. However, with all the crucial additions over the previous model and the right pricing, Honda Civic seems to make a strong case for itself.
Radical and audacious are what define the design language of the Honda Civic new model. Sure, the Civic now follows the typical styling language from Honda, but it isn’t as plain as, say, the Honda Amaze. The long nose, a thick swathe of chrome, full-LED headlamps, exaggerated lines, flared arches, massive 17-inch wheels, and a fastback-like tail gel well to give the Civic a contemporary and gorgeous look overall.
The Honda Civic variants are as follows: V, VX, and ZX. As for the equipment, the top-spec ZX variant comes equipped with a segment-first lane watch camera system, auto-dimming rear-view mirror, dual-zone climate control, a 7.0-inch touch screen infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, ambient lighting, an electric sunroof, 17-inch alloys, leather upholstery, and powered driver’s seat.
On the safety front, you get four airbags (six on ZX variant), ABS with EBD, vehicle stability assist, hill-start assist, reverse camera, and an electronic parking brake with auto brake hold.
Where the Civic has a radical exterior, the interior is more on the conservative side. It is certainly sportier than the rest in the segment, but the build quality isn’t up quite up there with the segment standards, which is a bummer considering the Honda Civic on-road price. Nevertheless, Honda has used soft-touch materials for the upper half of the dashboard, even though there are some hard and scratchy materials lower down.
The interior is roomy and there is ample space inside the cabin. The seats are simply amazing, as the cushioning is softer in the middle and it gets firmer on the sides, providing just the right amount of comfort. The dashboard is neatly laid out with a 7.0-inch touchscreen in the middle, which also doubles up as a feed monitor for the reverse parking camera and the lane watch camera system.
Engine Specifications & Performance
Before the BS-VI update, the Civic was equipped with a petrol and a diesel engine. However, the diesel engine was axed bearing the cleaner tailpipe emission criteria. So, the Honda Civic – as of mid-2020 – is available with just a single powertrain; the company’s 1.8-litre naturally-aspirated four-cylinder i-VTEC motor, which is good for 140bhp and 174Nm of torque. It comes mated to a CVT automatic gearbox as a standard fit.