Honda Civic And Accord Are Coming Back To India!

Honda Civic

Various reports have surfaced since last month, suggesting a return of Honda Civic to Indian Market. Civic was discontinued in India back in 2012 skipping the 9th generation Civic, and now rumors point towards its re-launch. Sources detail that Honda Car India will be launching the 10th generation Honda Civic in 2018, and they expect to sell 30,000 units every following year.

Also Read: Spy Shots – New 2016 Honda Civic Spotted While Testing In Lahore

Honda Line-up India

Honda’s current line-up in India

Honda Car India has focused on capturing the competitive low price segment of Indian Market through the introduction of Brio, Amaze, and Jazz. With a trend shift currently taking place in India towards small cross-overs, Honda Car India also launched BR-V to help capitalize on the growing segment.


However, now the newly appointed President and CEO of Honda Car India, Mr. Yoichiro Ueno wants to bring the premium brand image of Honda back in India. Since currently only Honda CR-V can be considered as an actual luxury car offered by Honda in India. To address this, Honda will be re-launching Accord after more than two years in the market in either third or fourth quarter of this year. Along with the re-introduction of luxury models, Honda will also be updating their low budget line-up from the year 2017.

Adan Ali

A writer and an avid filmmaker with a passion for producing non-political media. He is the CEO of The Nixor Times, a journalistic entity that currently operates inside Nixor College, along with that, he occasionally contributes to some of the most reputable media portals in and outside of Pakistan, namely, Dawn, PakWheels, and Drive Tribe. He tweets @adanali12 and runs his channel on YouTube as

  • Guest

    Who gives a f*ck about India anyways

  • sheryar

    ^progressive pakistani

  • Real guest

    In school, had you studied social studies properly, you would have known that 7% of the population of Pakistan belong to the mohajir diaspora who still have blood ties across the border.

    While it is true that it makes no sense for Pakistan to be totally fascinated with India and competing with it, and should have a focus and direction of its own, it is also true that keeping aware of the surroundings would cause no particular harm.