- Registered sales of 2,291 units in March 2019.
- It is available with 1.8-litre petrol and 1.6-litre diesel engines.
The all-new tenth-generation Honda Civic has announced its comeback into the diminishing D-segment by registering sales of 2,291 units in March 2019. The Civic has sold four times the cumulative sales of entire D-segment. For instance, the Skoda Octavia was the second most-selling car in the class with sales reaching 265 units, while the Toyota Corolla Altis and Hyundai Elantra managed 229 units and 86 units respectively.
The Civic was launched in March, and it has received a phenomenal response from the market. The sedan has received over 2,000 bookings since the company started taking reservations from February. However, we would reserve our judgment on the Civic, as it is yet to prove its mettle in the long run.
The tenth-generation Civic is available with a 1.8-litre petrol motor and a 1.6-litre turbocharged diesel. The petrol gets a CVT, while the oil burner can be had with a six-speed manual only. The petrol version starts at Rs 17.70 lakhs and tops out at 21 lakhs. The diesel version, on the other hand, is priced at Rs 20.50 lakhs for the VX trim and Rs 22.30 lakhs for the top-spec ZX variant (all the prices are ex-showroom India).