The Honda Civic Si Concept coupe and Civic Concept sedan are making world debuts at the North American International Auto Show providing the first official glimpse at the styling direction of the all new, ninth generation 2012 model set to go on sale soon. As a new interpretation of the current Civic’s one-motion mono-form shape, … Read More
Honda Civic is a nameplate that is being used by Honda since 1973. Currently the Honda Civic is in its ninth generation that was introduced in 2012. The eighth generation Honda Civic was offered in the Indian market that was discontinued in India in 2012. The Honda Civic was the segment leading sedan in India selling in good numbers. The latest generation Honda Civic gets similar design language but gets updated with latest tech and features. The Honda Civic is internationally available in sedan and coupe versions. Engine options for the Honda Civic include 1.8-litre i-VTEC, 140 BHP engine (petrol), 1.8-litre 110 BHP CNG engine and a 2.4-litre i-VTEC, 201 BHP unit for the Si sedan and Coupe versions. The Honda Civic hybrid is available with a 1.5-litre petrol engine with electric motor.
The styling direction of the next generation Honda Civic will debut at the 2011 North American International Auto Show in January, Honda announced today. The company released a sketch of the Civic Concept that conveys the sleek and aerodynamic profile of the show vehicle. The production version of the ninth generation 2012 Civic based on … Read More
The Civic line has just reached the milestone of 4,00,000 units produced in the factory of Honda Cars in Sumaré (SP). Since the start of domestic production in 1997, the sedan has become synonymous with innovation in the country. In 2006 it was presented to the Brazilian market version, named the New Civic. In 2007, … Read More
Honda Siel has launched an updated version of its popular sedan, the Honda Civic. The new Civic S (Manual) will sport steering mounted cruise control and ORVM’s with turn indicators. The V ( Manual and Auto) will come equipped with a reverse guide system.
Honda India has launched the new Honda Civic which has very minute changes like a curved 5 Point Metallic Front Grille, restyled front bumper dark smokey headlights, new fog lights, newly designed alloy wheels, crystalline octagonal tail lights, audio system with USB port, steering mounted cruise control system and intelligent fuel economy indicator. New Civic will be available in … Read More
Honda India will an upgraded version of the Honda Civic with with minor changes to the front bumper, grille, headlights, tail-lamps and alloy wheels. The revised Civic is expected to carry more features like USB port, multiple airbags along with new colours and a slight hike in price.
The Honda Civic is set to get a few mild tweaks to its styling in a couple of months. According to Honda’s engineers, the design itself is so futuristic, that they saw little need to tinker with it. The detail changes, though small, contribute to make the Civic that little bit more dynamic to look … Read More
The Honda Civic has been selling unchanged since 2005 and now Honda has given it a small facelift in its home market in Japan. These changes although minor will be carried over to the Indian Civic as well in due time.
Honda entered the Indian car market in 1997, has crossed the three lakh customers milestone in the country and thus launched the Limited Edition Civic Sport at Rs 12.36 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi) to mark the occasion.