The tenth gen Honda Civic was launched in India last year and it has already crossed 5000 units sold mark. A total of 5,315 units have been sold out of which 2,291 were sold in the first two months.
This comes at a time when the demand for C-Segment sedans in India is declining every month due to people preferring subcompact SUV. The tenth gen Honda Civic is also BS6 compliant while most C segment sedans are probably gonna be discontinued. Toyota Corolla Altis is one such example as it will not be ported over to the BS6 era.
Even though the demand for the Honda Civic is not what it was at the start the car is still leading the charts in its segment. The new Civic did get some necessary changes to make the car more lucrative to consumers.
Tenth Gen Honda Civic | Engine Specifications
- The new tenth-generation Honda Civic is powered by a 1.8L petrol engine with an output of 140bhp and a peak 174Nm torque.
- The engine is paired with a CVT gearbox.
- The car did not its diesel variant ported into BS6 compliance.
Tenth Gen Honda Civic | Features
- The car gets minor cosmetic changes to appear more modern.
- Honda Civic gets new LED headlamps, LED DRL’s and fog lamps.
- A 7-inch touchscreen that supports apple car play and Android Auto.
- Steering mounted control, dual-zone climate control, start /stop push button, a sunroof and a digital instrument cluster.
- the car also gets some premium material cover over the top of the dashboards and upper panels of doors.
The tenth-gen C-segment sedan rivals cars like Skoda Octavia and Hyundai Elentra and is offered in three variants with the top variants costing 21.25 lakhs INR.
The real rival, however, is the subcompact SUV as the demand for them is increasing exponentially thus cutting the market for a premium sedan like the Honda Civic.
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