2019 Honda Civic To Get 3 Variants - Bookings Open
The Tenth generation Honda Civic is set to go on sale next month. Booking is open.
- Bookings open for the 2019 Honda Civic are open for only Rs 51k
- The sedan will be launched in next month, i.e. in March with three variants.
- There will need two powertrains on offer, ie. Petrol AT as well as Diesel MT.
Honda has uncovered every one of the details and highlights of the 2019 Civic, which is set to be propelled in India one month from now. Bookings for the car have likewise begun for a token measure of Rupees fifty-one thousand. The main two missing bits of the puzzle is the number of variants and their prices
While the classification of the lower two variants are still unknown, we do realize that the best spec variation will be known as the ZX and will come loaded with highlights. While we have seen the majority of these highlights in the CR-V, they do make the Civic all the more engaging thinking about that it will be estimated near Rs 10 lakh, not exactly the SUV.
It is affirmed that the best spec ZX variation will have a not insignificant rundown of highlights. These incorporate a 7-inch all-computerized instrument bunch which shows trip information, sound, route, call, and vehicle information separated from the typical speed and tachometer. This and the 7-inch touchscreen infotainment framework have been acquired from the Honda CR-V. The infotainment system also gets a lane view, which sends a feed from the left ORVM camera to the center display for better back rear visibility. It even gets distinctive view modes for the rear camera like a top, ordinary as well as wide rear view along with bending guidelines for easier parking.
Different highlights incorporate an 8-way power adjustable driver seat, remote engine start with the key and an electric sunroof. In terms of safety, the Civic has gotten a 5-star rating from ASEAN NCAP. It gets highlights like programmed brake hold; vehicle stability assists with traction control, hill start assist (HSA), six airbags, as well as ISOFIX child seat mounts.
Fans of the older Honda Civic will be happy to note that the new sedan will retain the older 1.8-liter i-VTEC petrol motor. But this engine is now only available with a 7-step CVT.
Moreover, this motor has been updated to be BSVI compliant, but not with current BSIV quality fuel. Despite everything, it makes 141PS of intensity just as 174Nm of torque like the more seasoned vehicle. Claimed efficiency for this powertrain is 16.5 Kilometers Per Litre. Besides that, The diesel motor is the CR-V’s 1.6-litre unit which produces 120PS of power and 300Nm of torque. It will be accessible with a six-speed manual transmission as well as boasts of a claimed efficiency of 26.8 Kilometers Per Litre. The expect priced of the car may range between the Rs 18 lakh to Rs 22 lakh section.