The 2020 Honda Civic Facelift gets fantastic cosmetic updates.
India could receive its first 2020 Honda Civic Facelift model before April 2020.
The Honda Civic was re-introduced in India in March 2019, after a long gap of six years. Meanwhile, the global market has already seen the tenth generation of this executive sedan. The 2020 Honda Civic Facelift gets cosmetic changes without any mechanical alterations.
Apart from the changes to the Honda Civic Facelift exteriors, Honda has introduced new technologies to enhance the premium status of the executive sedan. The Honda Civic Facelift has an excellent market in Europe and the USA. It will be visible in the UK markets, as well as next month.
The initial delivery of the facelift version of the Honda Civic will be in January 2020. The Honda Civic comes in different models, including the hatchback style in the international market.
The 2020 Honda Civic Facelift exterior changes include LED DRLs remodeled fog lamp surrounds and LED headlights. The base trim of the Honda Civic Facelift gets 16-inch alloy wheels whereas the other variants get 17-inch wheels, aptly named, Shark Grey.
The 2020 Honda Civic Facelift interiors get fresh premium textures and simplified control options for the infotainment system. It also features an automatic climate control option.
The top-end 2020 Honda Civic Facelift features an 8-way power-adjustable seat for the driver. The base model comes with a 1L turbo engine that delivers 124bhp while mating with a CVT auto or 6-speed manual transmission. The 1.5L turbo engines in the other variants, Sport Plus, and Sport delivers 180bhp power. This engine pairs with a 6-speed manual gearbox alone.
The 1.6L engine mates with a 9-speed automatic or a 6-speed manual transmission system. The 2020 Honda Civic Facelift India launch could happen before April 2020.
This segment can witness enhanced competition with the impending launch of the Skoda Octavia and the next-gen Toyota Corolla. Thus, Honda could introduce the 9-speed auto transmission system in the diesel engine variants such as the Honda CR-V, thereby expanding the range of Honda Civic.