2013 Honda Civic testing commences in India

The stunning New 2013 Honda Civic sedan will soon substitute the current model by the end of 2013.  Sources states Honda Cars India have announced that the company has started trials on the new Civic sedan for the Indian subsidiary. It is known that Honda is geared to offer its unique and marvelous sedan car in the market. It is not new that the recent petrol hike has hindered the production sales of most Honda cars in India but despite the decline, Honda has initiated to introduce the spectacular all-new CR-V to India.  The company will also introduce the new Civic also.

2013 Honda Civic India Bound

The all refreshed 2013 Honda Civic sedan was unveiled in the United States in 2011 but the car was refurnished with a new design in 2013 due to complaints of its unappealing design and ride which resulted in unpopular market response. The Asian model known to be strikingly similar to inventive US-spec Civic sedan, hasn’t received any extensive redesign or remodelling. The same model has undergone clinical trials in India.

The 2013 Honda Civic sedan is being built in India that will employ a powerful 1.8-litre, four-cylinder petrol engine that generates a high energy efficiency of over 140 PS of power and will be available in manual and automatic versions. The US market will introduce a dynamic a 2.2-litre i-DTEC diesel engine and the European Civic will have a 1.6-litre oiler which is basically the same engine that is built on the 1.5-litre i-DTEC oil burner that will be introduced in the upcoming Honda Amaze sedan. The new Civic sedan will hopefully receive a diesel engine soon to power Indian roads.

Honda Cars India will have a powerful assembly of car with the arrival of Amaze expected to launch in a few months, and the new CR-V will follow suit. The new Civic is likely to arrive in 2013. The new 2013 Honda Civic will greatly impact Indian roads with its glorious exterior, loaded features and shockingly powerful engine.

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