The Honda Civic brand has a great following worldwide and found many admirers in India as well. This is despite the carmaker selling only one generation (eighth) of this sedan in India between 2006 and 2012. Now, Honda has breathed new life into the Civic after more than six years and revived it in a sporty yet elegant avatar. This tenth-gen iteration is now offered in a choice of 1.8-litre petrol-CVT trim and a 1.6-litre diesel manual version. The latter is what many Indians wanted and is now what they get. The convenience of the petrol automatic and the greater fuel efficiency of the diesel is what most customers will be looking at. So how does the Civic fare at that? Our detailed road test will explain that.