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Old 3rd July 2006, 16:10   #256
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1.8S MT : Rs.1,085,000
1.8S AT : Rs.1,155,000

Source :- http://www.hondacarindia.com/ownahonda/pricelist.asp
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Old 3rd July 2006, 16:17   #257
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On Road Price in Bangalore will be 12.7 and 13.5 lakhs. (+/- 5k)

The auto is 80k more expensive than the Manual. There is no additional feature, except for paddle shifts.
At that price point does it makes sense to go for Auto / Manual, for an enthusiast?
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BREAKING NEWS
Civic prices declared.... check out now...
its in 2 versions.. AT and Mt
MT in ghaziabad costs 1,075,000
At - 1,145,000
Is it in the showrooms yet??
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The auto is 80k more expensive than the Manual. There is no additional feature, except for paddle shifts.
At that price point does it makes sense to go for Auto / Manual, for an enthusiast?
Worth it, only if it's DSG (which this isn't).

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Thought so...
What's the point giving paddle Shifts, which enthusiasts will not use!

Just Bling factor

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The civic has paddle shift on auto version?!?The website didnt mention it
This is great news .... finally newer technology is coming to india! I think the auto version will sell very well specially at this price.
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Thought so...
What's the point giving paddle Shifts, which enthusiasts will not use!

Just Bling factor

You can hang your mobile from it
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Here is the link to official India Civic page. http://www.hondacarindia.com/civic/civicpreview/.

But unfortunately there is not much information right now.
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Is it in the showrooms yet??
it will be in the showrooms from tomorrow............
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honda took away price list from its web site... but why?????
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ok so at 12-14 lacs. what does civic offer that the corolla/cedia/optra dont?

That is other than the Honda brand name and HOnda realibility.
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ok so at 12-14 lacs. what does civic offer that the corolla/cedia/optra dont?

That is other than the Honda brand name and HOnda realibility.
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I think the Civic is overpriced at 12-14 lacs. I'd rather buy the Turbocharged Octavia for a couple of lacs less.
The Civic should have been ideally priced between 7-10 lacs. In US the Civic sedan starts at $14760 ex-showroom making it one of the B segment cars like Maruti Alto or the Zen in India.
They should launch the Si at 12-14 lacs in India.
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I think the Civic is overpriced at 12-14 lacs. I'd rather buy the Turbocharged Octavia for a couple of lacs less.
The Civic should have been ideally priced between 7-10 lacs. In US the Civic sedan starts at $14760 ex-showroom making it one of the B segment cars like Maruti Alto or the Zen in India.
They should launch the Si at 12-14 lacs in India.
12-14 Lacs for a regular Civic is too much.
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its not for 12-14L... its for 11.5 L on road in delhi for MT 1.8S...
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