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Prices for the Honda Civic might be increased from 1st July as Honda has announced a price hike for majority of its models.This is to offset the effects of the price hike of raw materials as well as compliance to new safety regulations that will come into effect from 1st July 2019.The prices are expected to increase by Rs 10,000-20,000 depending on the model.

Honda has launched the Civic in India again at a starting price of Rs 17.7 lakh for the base V variant. The mid-spec VX variant has been priced at Rs 19.2 lakh for the petrol and Rs 20.5 lakh for the diesel, while the top-spec ZX variant costs Rs 21 lakh for the petrol and Rs 22.3 lakh for the diesel (all ex-showroom India). It is also being offered with a 3 year, unlimited km warranty, which can be extended to four or five year. The Civic rivals the Skoda Octavia, Toyota Corolla and the Hyundai Elantra. As of now, Honda has received over 1,100 bookings for the Civic. Honda dealerships are accepting bookings for a token amount of Rs 31,000. In its tenth generation, the Civic is being offered with a choice of a 1.8-litre petrol engine and a 1.6-litre diesel.

The 1.8-litre, 4-cylinder, naturally aspirated petrol engine develops 141PS of maximum power and 174Nm of peak torque, paired to only a CVT. The 1.6-litre, 4-cylinder, turbocharged diesel engine, on the other hand, is good for 120PS of maximum power and 300Nm of peak torqueand comes mated to only a 6-speed manual transmission.

In terms of features, the ZX variant comes loaded with goodieslike LED headlamps, electric sunroof, 17-inch alloy wheels, 7-inch all-digital instrument cluster, a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system, 8-way power-adjustable driver seat, dual-zone climate control, engine remote start and lane watch function, which sends a feed from the left ORVM camera to the infotainment display. It even gets different view modes like top, normal and wide rear view from the rear camera. The Honda Civic comes to India with a 5-star ASEAN NCAP safety rating and gets anti-lock braking system (ABS) and electronic brake distribution, brake assist, automatic brake hold, vehicle stability assist with traction control, hill start assist (HSA), six airbags, and ISOFIX child seat mounts.

Honda Civic Price

Honda Civic prices start at Rs. 17.94 lakh for petrol and goes upto Rs. 21.25 lakh. The prices of Civic diesel variants start at Rs. 20.55 lakh and the top-end diesel is priced at Rs. 22.35 lakh. Honda Civic is available in 5 variants and 5 colours.

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Civic V
1799 cc | Petrol | Automatic
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1799 cc | Petrol | Automatic
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Editor's View of Honda Civic

  • Upside

    Looks, build quality, comfortable ride, exciting handling

  • Downside

    No petrol-MT or diesel-auto, missing features, low seating position

  • Our Verdict

    Honda’s Civic makes a strong case not just for itself but for premium sedans in general. It’s hard not to get wowed by it!

Honda Civic Colours

  • Platinum White Pearl
  • Modern Steel Metallic
  • Golden Brown Metallic
  • Lunar Silver
  • Rediant Red Metallic

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Honda will offer the Civic with two engine options: a 1.8-litre petrol and a 1.6-litre diesel. The petrol engine is the same motor we’ve seen in the previous Civic, but is now tweaked to produce 141PS of power and 174Nm of torque. This engine can be had with a CVT, which robs some driving pleasure. But if you’re looking at the Civic as a companion for your everyday drives, you shouldn’t have a problem at all. The diesel engine has 120PS and 300Nm on tap, which seems a bit underwhelming. Again, inside the city there’s practically nothing you’d crib about. However, out on the highway you’d want some extra go-power.

Exterior and Interior

Honda’s Civic has grown up, quite literally. Compared to the eighth generation Civic we last saw, the new car is a whopping 111mm longer, and 49mm wider too. Now though, it looks sportier thanks to the hood that’s lower by 35mm, and the roof that’s now 17mm lower. Add the coupe-like roofline and the raised rear end to the mix and you’ve got a design that will make heads turn. Guaranteed. Adding bling to the svelte form are full-LED headlamps with daytime running lamps (lower variants will get projector headlamps), 17-inch machine-finished alloy wheels and ‘light pipes’ that extend on to the boot lid. Ground clearance has been adapted to suit Indian conditions, and an unofficial estimate puts it at around 170mm - which is plenty.

Step inside...actually, you can’t. You’ll have to sit inside it, because the Civic retains its low seating position. This might not win favours with the oldie club, bear in mind. Space isn’t extraordinary in any manner, and feels just about enough. Also, the Civic is best used as a four-seater because of the central tunnel and the raised portion on the seat. Boot space, at 430 litres, is barely a cause for concern. On the features front, the top-spec Civic ZX is packing a whole lot. This includes dual-zone climate control, an electric sunroof, leather upholstery as well as electric adjust for the driver’s seat. It additionally features Honda’s LaneWatch tech, a 7-inch full LCD driver’s display and 7-inch touchscreen that supports Android Auto as well as Apple CarPlay. Talking about safety, the Civic has you covered there as well. The top-spec version gets tech like vehicle stability management, hill start assist and agile handling assist. Six airbags, ABS with EBD, ISOFIX child seat mounts and four disc brakes will be offered as standard across the range.


The Honda Civic is available in three variants - V, VX and ZX. The V is available only with the petrol engine and is priced at Rs 17.7 lakh. The mid-spec VX variant has been priced at Rs 19.2 lakh for the petrol and Rs 20.5 lakh for the diesel, while the top-spec ZX variant costs Rs 21 lakh for the petrol and Rs 22.3 lakh for the diesel (all ex-showroom India).


Skoda Octavia: A rare blend of comfort, luxury and driving dynamics, the Skoda Octavia is a force to reckon with and enjoys an almost cult-like following in India. Its perception of poor after-sales service however, tends to work against it.

Toyota Corolla: The most no-nonsense car of the segment. It gets the basics of reliability, space and ride quality spot on. Everything else is a bonus. If you can’t be bothered to research and just want a luxury sedan like yesterday, pick this one. It won’t go wrong. It’s like choosing vanilla, though.

Hyundai Elantra: The Elantra is a swanky sedan that doesn’t stray too far away from the Rs 20 lakh mark. It’s a healthy blend of sensibility, wow-factor and performance. The Elantra is the jack of all trades in the segment. Also, possibly, the master of none.


It may neither be practical nor the most feature-loaded. But the design makes you swoon, the interiors feel special and built-to-last, and you've got the peace of mind associated with Honda's famed reliability too. Honda's Civic knows how to make you want it!

Honda Civic User Reviews

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JNithish Fdo 5.0 12 Sep 2019

Love my Civic 1.8 iVtec The car is 12years old by 2019 and still feels like day 1 The engine has just done over 102000 KMs and the performance is just still surprising and exciting till date Has Loads of space in the cabin and The beige coloured Seats and upholstery gives a special airy feel The steering is slightly on the Heavier side feels like a task when pulling through tight gaps and small roads The headlights have an amazing spread but the intensity of the lights are just on the dimmer side which doesn"t feel so good and confident on the highway during night times so it"s better to go with After market LED bulbs just like I did and the experience afterwards is just blisteringly awesome City Fuel economy is around 11 kmpl which is quite impressive for the size of the engine and the power it offers highway fuel economy is around 14kmpl(110 cruising speed with boosts up to 150km occasionally) and can be pushed to 18 with Economic and conservative driving.Regular services do not cost much but tinkering works and any other mechanical parts replacement are gonna piss you off so be careful around Tight spaces and your driving style The ground clearance is not much of a con it only becomes a problem if you have 4 or 5 adults onboard and crossing speed breakers The car has an aerodynamic shape and which reduces Wind Drag and improves ride quality Fuel economy and performancePersonal Top speed of the car is close to 210 while company claimed and other sources say it can reach 225kmh The car has an incredibly low height which makes it mission impossible for elderly people to get in and get out The 6 speaker (4 speakers + 2 Tweeters) Honda audio provides a blissful experience with Aux connectivity The boot is adequately sized at 430L which I personally find as more than adequate (segment lower cars have larger capacity boots)With 50L of fuel tank capacity (5 reserve)Long trips can be accomplished without fuel stops

Uses this car for : Daily Commute | Occasional Commute | Family Car | Tours
Gets mileage of : 11 kmpl
Richard Rozario
Richard Rozario 5.0 22 Apr 2019

Usually, a lot of migrates go in for second hand cars. I don't understand the logic behind it. Could be that they haven't driven a car in India or wherever they came from. No issues with them. I had a Hyundai Xcel which was a 2 door hatchback. I happened to visit the Honda showroom in my city and found the Honda Civic- a European model hatchback that was up for sale. This used to be the demo car. I picked up the offer and I'm happy with it.

Uses this car for : Daily Commute
Gets mileage of : 14 kmpl
Rakesh Raghavan
Rakesh Raghavan 4.0 17 Jul 2019

i just got the new automatic petrol civic last week .I was expecting an average of 10 kms atleast in city traffic but was highly dissappointed with the fuel efficiency of 6.4 kms after driving in eco mode

Uses this car for : Daily Commute
Gets mileage of : 64 kmpl
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Diesel Manual 26.8 kmpl NA
Petrol Automatic 16.5 kmpl 8 kmpl

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