New Honda Civic 2019: All New Honda Civic has finally arrived in India. And, for the first time, a Honda Civic diesel engine option is also available. Honda Civic Diesel variant comes with 1.6L i-DTEC diesel turbo unit from Honda Earth Dreams Technology series mated to a 6-speed Manual Transmission. The diesel variant of All-New 10th Generation Honda Civic has Segment Best Fuel Economy of 26.8 Km/l, as per test data cited by Honda. With the ‘best in segment’ mileage of 26.8 Km/l of the diesel variant, Honda aims to achieve big targets.
Talking exclusively to Zee Business Online, Gaku Nakanishi, who is President & CEO of Honda Cars India, said, “With this new Honda Civic, we aim to sell ‘as many as possible’ units.”
Powertrain: Key details of All New Honda Civic Diesel Variant:-
Engine: 1.6L i-DTEC diesel turbo unit from Honda Earth Dreams Technology series
Transmission: 6 MT – 6 speed manual transmission
Power: 120PS@4000 rpm
Torque: 300 Nm @2000 rpm
Fuel efficiency (as per test data): 26.8 kmpl
GRADES: Diesel 1.6L i-DTEC Turbo is available in two grades: VX MT and ZX MT
SALES, SERVICE AND WARRANTY: Honda Civic Diesel Variant
– 3 years / Unlimited Kilometers warranty as standard
– Extended Warranty for additional two years / Unlimited kilometers
– Service interval of 1 year/ 10,000km whichever is earlier
– 3-year Annual Maintenance Package with an average cost of Rs. 5930 for Diesel per year
PRICES of different diesel variants
Diesel: VX MT Rs 20,49,900 and ZX MT Rs 22,29,900
According to Honda, Civic is the carmaker’s longest-running automotive nameplate and its largest selling model globally.
FULL DETAILS OF ALL NEW HONDA CIVIC Wait over! New Honda Civic launched in India – From prices to variants to top features, what car lovers need to know
Presenting the All New Honda Civic to customers in India, Gaku Nakanishi, President & CEO, Honda Cars India said, “We are delighted to expand our product portfolio in India with the launch of the iconic and our global bestseller Honda Civic. This is Honda’s 3rd new model introduction in FY19.”
With the launch of All New Honda Civic, the carmaker completes its sedan line-up in India. Honda says it has received an overwhelming response during the pre-launch phase and expects that this new Honda Civic will have the opportunity to revive the executive sedan segment in India.