The Japanese carmaker, Honda Motor has already stepped away from its home with the latest-iteration Civic Modulo to take part in the ongoing Bangkok International Motor Show 2019.
The 2019 Honda Civic kitted out with a Modulo kit has now been standing at company’s pavilion at the ongoing 2019 Bangkok International Motor Show (BIMS). Exclusive images of the Civic Modulo have been sent from Thailand recently, revealing how sportier latest-gen sedan could be.
The new-generation Honda Civic has reached its dealerships in Bangkok for a period at the price bracket of around 874,000 baht - 1,219,000 baht (about INR 19-26.5 Lakh). The delectable Modulo kit on the new Civic gauged our attention with a batch of cosmetic changes from the front to the rear handing out a cool and flamboyant look. Standing out up front is the freshened bumper with an outstanding diffuser while there is a set of dual-tone machine-cut alloys as well as classy side skirts over the sides. More premium is added to the rear face where accommodates a large boot lid spoiler accompanying a chrome-ornamented rear bumper. In the Thai market, five exterior paint options are applicable for the latest-gen Honda Civic, namely the platinum white pearl, lunar silver metallic, modern steel metallic, brilliant sporty blue metallic and crystal black pearl.
Underlining the new Civic’s feature-rich cabin is the multifunctional dash along with fairly advanced safety suite. A 7-inch infotainment touchscreen comes compatible with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay while the optimum safety and security are supported by Honda Sensing Technology. That said, it should be highly noted with various assistance features and functionalities comprising collision mitigation braking system, road departure mitigation with lane departure warning, adaptive cruise control and lane keeping assist system.
The most remarkable highlight of the car, like any other four-wheelers, still stands in its heart where exploits a 1.8-litre naturally aspirated gasoline and a 1.5-litre turbo-petrol engine. The bigger version generates a max power output of 141PS along with a decent torque of 174 Nm whereas the latter is good enough for 173 PS of max power and 220 Nm of torque. Both these engines come coupled with a continuous variable transmission.
Back in the Indian market, the 2019 Honda Civic has been introduced on March 7 with two motor options- 1.8-litre i-VTEC gasoline engine and 1.6-litre i-DTEC oil unit. Price ranges of the India-spec Civic sit at around Rs 17.70 Lakh to Rs 22.29 Lakh (ex-showroom, India).
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