- Honda Civic launched BS-6 diesel variant
- The price of this variant is more than 20 lakhs
Honda Cars India Limited (HCIL), a manufacturer of premium cars in India, has launched the BS-6 diesel variant of the Honda Civic.
If you are fond of premium cars, then Honda Cars India Ltd. (HCIL) has given a special gift. Actually, the company has launched the BS-6 diesel variant of the popular model Honda Civic.
Best selling car model
The Civic is Honda’s longest-lasting car model. It has also become Honda’s best-selling model. This model offers an attractive sporty design, premium interior, strong driving performance and safety. Along with this, it provides a great driving experience to the customer with changes and innovations in key technologies.
Ex-showroom prices in Delhi are as follows:
Honda Civic Diesel (BS-6)
VX MT Rs 20,74,900
ZX MT Rs 22,34,900
What is unique
The BS-6 diesel variant of the Civic is equipped with the 1.6 liter i-DTEC diesel turbo engine of the Earth Dream Technology series. It offers an unmatched fuel economy of 23.9 km / l. Along with this, the engine has a 6-speed manual transmission. The diesel variants of the new Civic BS-6 will be available in VX and ZX grades.
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This statement came from the company
During the launch, Honda Cars India Limited official Rajesh Goyal said, “Honda is committed to bringing its latest and advanced environmentally friendly technologies to the Indian market. The diesel Civic is available in a manual transmission and will attract customers looking for a great driving experience. ”
Honda has done this launching at a time when the price of diesel in the capital of the country has become more expensive than petrol. However, diesel prices are still lower than petrol in other metros. Let me tell you here that till now, the price of diesel car for the customers is a big reason for its price. Till now, customers are more inclined towards diesel car due to it being cheaper than petrol.