2019 Honda Civic launched recently in India in both petrol and diesel engine options, over 3000 units sold in just 3 months
Honda Cars India has launched the new Civic in March as the popular nameplate is made a comeback after more than six years of absence. Towards the end of last year, Honda also introduced the CR-V as promised followed by New Civic to consolidate the brand’s premium appeal in the domestic market. The tenth generation version priced From Rs. 17.7 Lakh for petrol CVT To Rs. 22.3 lakh for diesel MT top variant.
There are some interesting features to note down and here are the top seven of them:
1. Most Fuel Efficient Diesel Engine In Its Class:
The new Civic’s 1.6-litre diesel engine has a class-leading fuel efficiency of 26.8 kmpl and is mated only to a six-speed manual transmission. It is more frugal than the City diesel.
2. Electronic Parking Brake With Brake Hold:
There are a slew of segment-first features the new Honda Civic offers including the Electronic Parking Brake with Brake Hold. It helps in stop-and-go traffic scenario and can be activated by pulling a switch easily.
The Agile Handling Assist in another handy technology that aids in maintaining the car’s stability mainly while cornering by individually braking the inside wheels.
4. Walk Away Locking:
The Walk Away Locking function does have a significant role if you often forget locking your cars. When you move away from the new Civic by about 2.5 m with keys in hand, it automatically activates the locks.
5. Lane Watch System:
The Lane Watch system feeds the output from the camera positioned on the left-hand side mirror and onto the 7-inch touchscreen infotainment screen helping in safer manoeuvrability especially when switching lanes.
6. Side Marker Lamps:
Side marker lights function as auxiliary safety lights for other drivers to see and enhance the visibility of the vehicle for other motorists. Another important feature to note is the remote engine starter in the petrol variant.
7. Alluring Exterior:
The sporty exterior is going to play into the hands of the new Civic as it is a well-established design globally. The front has sharp sweptback headlamps and chrome embellishments while the rear has boomerang-styled LED tail lamps compounding the overall styling.