Standouts inside the new Honda Civic are its 10.2-inch digital instruments display and 9.0-inch touchscreen.
The recall issued by Honda in India is to address a potentially faulty fuel pump; replacement to be made free of cost.
11th generation of the Honda Civic stays largely true to the concept revealed in 2020 in terms of design.
Honda launched the 2019 Civic in the Indian market for starting price of Rs 17.69 lakh.
The Civic is and has been, Honda's best-selling car worldwide, over more years than you have fingers.
The current Brio is not compliant with the crash test norms which will come in regulation from October 2019
The 2019 Honda Civic now gets a new chrome bar and include new alloy wheel designs
The list includes cars like Tata Harrier, Nissan Kicks, Audi e-Tron, BMW 3 series and much more.
Auto Expo 2018: Honda to launch the new Amaze, CR-V and the 10th-generation Civic in India this year
Hona Motors also unveiled the new 5th Generation Honda CR-V and the 10th Generation of the Honda Civic.
The Civic is all set to make a comeback to India at the Auto Expo. The new-gen Civic gets a sleeker design and comes equipped with the latest in features.
Honda has announced a recall of 41,580 vehicles in India to replace some faulty passenger front airbag inflators. The recall is said to have affected four models including older versions of the Jazz, City, Civic and Accord, all manufactured in 2012.
Honda customers can visit the official website to check if their cars are a part of the recall
The concept car is based on the recently announced new Civic hatchback, which is yet to reach India. The new Type R is beefier and for the first time ever it will be a global car.
Honda will be replacing the airbag inflators without charging any additional costs
Customers can punch in their VIN on the microsite on Honda's website to check if their vehicle is affected by the recall
In September, HCIL had announced recall of around 2.24 lakh units of its premium sports utility vehicles -- CR-V, sedans Civic, City and hatchback Jazz, manufactured between 2003 and 2012 to replace faulty airbag inflators.
Honda has issued the recall to update the software managing the CVT
The voluntary recall of the previous generations of the CR-V, Civic, City and Jazz would be carried out free of charge at the company’s dealerships across India in phases starting October 12, 2015
The replacement will be carried out free at HCIL's dealerships across the country