New Honda Civic 2019 to be offered with petrol-automatic and diesel-manual options only
In petrol-automatic variant, new Civic is the most fuel efficient in its segment as per claimed figure of 16.5kmpl
The diesel-manual variant is also the most fuel efficient in its segment with claimed FE of 26.8kmpl
The 10th generation Honda Civic is expected to be launched in just a few weeks and its engine details have already been revealed. It will rival the likes of the Skoda Octavia, Hyundai Elantra and Toyota Corolla Altis in India. If you’re planning to buy one of these mid-size sedans and fuel efficiency is a factor that can influence your decision, we’ve compared the Civic’s claimed mileage figures with that of its rivals to see how it fares. Like its rivals, the new Civic will be offered with petrol and diesel engines. However, in the Civic’s case, the petrol engine will be available with a CVT only, while the diesel engine will be offered with a manual transmission only.
The new Civic petrol-CVT is not the most powerful car in its segment.
The new Civic is the most fuel efficient petrol-auto car in its segment as far as manufacturer claimed figures are concerned.
The diesel-MT Civic is not the most powerful car in its segment. It’s only more powerful than the Corolla Altis, which is powered by a smaller 1.4-litre diesel engine
The diesel-MT Civic is the most fuel efficient car in its segment, considering claimed figures
All of the above fuel efficiency figures are ARAI-certified. We’ll be bringing you the real-world mileage figures of the new Civic after we test it thoroughly. However, our first drive impressions will be out this week, so be sure to stay tuned to CarDekho for more updates. The 2019 Honda Civic is expected to be priced between Rs 18 lakh to Rs 23 lakh when launched and likely to be offered in three variants.