Honda Civic: Honda introduced the Civic many years ago, but its back with some extremely impressive developments. It gained success instantly, after the launch. Honda has worked hard on the previous version of Civic with great driving experience, lavishing cabin layout and an attractive Honda symbol assured the great looks. After the success of previous Civic, the automobile market soon shifted for diesel engines which reduced the popularity of model. Not only that, Civic was completely eliminated from the list of competitors. Nevertheless, Civic is returned with a petrol fast regaining momentum which has rocked the market.
The latest version of Civic was recently presented at the Auto Expo 2018. The smooth, low-slung and the sporty car was presented at Honda’s pavilion on Hall 9 in the event, the sedan grabbed all the attention with its blue appearance. The thing which you will find same is the coupe silhouette which the company practices in all the models as the demand of plush D-concept sedan. It is equipped with all-LED headlamps, daytime running lights, 17-inch of alloy wheels and a fabulous sunroof. The wheels are perfect for the size of the car which gives it a great height. It has got a husky look from the front. It has a sharp and polished exterior which the company has keenly designed.
Now, let’s move in the interior section of the new Civic. The interior of the car is more classy and comfortable. The cabin is decorated with an all-black line with lots of light element and metal significance on the dashboard. The controls are turned to the operator and simply like the former civic, the driver seat is lowered. The control coverings include metal polish, although the infotainment display should be larger. In spite of the trims of the roofline, the rear of the cabin is enough for two peoples to sit comfortably. The latest Civic has all the highlights of the last version which has made it a gradual success for the company.
Honda Civic comes in three types in the world: Coupe, Sedan, and Hatchback. The sedan version will soon come to India market. The Global variant of the Civic is powered by a 1.8-litre 4-cylinder naturally aspirated i-VTEC engine producing 140PS power and 174Nm torque along with 1.5-litre 4 pot turbo petrol which offers 170PS power and 220Nm torque. The latest Civic car can come between the year 2018 and 2019. Honda is expected to enhance the engine with turbo petrol in the India model. Though, Honda Civic will undoubtedly be rolled-out with a de-tuned variant of the CR-V’s 1.6-litre i-DTEC engine producing 120PS peak power and 300Nm torque.
The arrival of the latest Civic will probably give Honda the concept head repeatedly. The foremost cause for the ending of the demand of the Civic was the absence of a diesel motor and the old-fashioned design. Hence, the company will offer both petrol and diesel options for the customers which will accommodate Honda to reach a massive shopper support. Once released it will lock horns against the Hyundai Elantra, Toyota Corolla Altis, and the Skoda Octavia. Ultimately, urban buyers will have an approaching choice in the Honda group that was dropping for past many years.