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Honda Civic Insurance
For ideal Honda car insurance, you need an equally trusted brand like Tata AIG. Tata AIG offers third-party, own damage, and comprehensive Honda insurance policy. To get an estimate of your Honda Civic insurance, you will need to get the Insured Declared Value (IDV) of your model from the local Honda dealership.
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- Simple Claim Process
- Road Side Assistance
- 7500+ Cashless Garage Network
- Zero Depreciation Cover
- Retaining NCB from Previous Policy
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- 98% Claim Settlement Ratio (FY19-20)
Honda Civic Insurance Overview
The Honda Civic is a global brand that has many admirers in India. The current 10th-generation Civic was launched in 2019 and is available in a sporty and elegant avatar. Every aspect of the car spells luxury, right from its premium build quality to its plush interiors to its refined and smooth engine.
There are five variants of the Honda Civic, with prices starting at Rs 21.16 lakh and going up to Rs 26.94 lakh (ex-showroom Mumbai). This D-segment sedan is available in five colours - Radiant Red, Modern Steel, Lunar Silver, Platinum White Pearl, and Golden Brown, all in a metallic finish.
Have an epic drive with the Honda Civic
Even though Civic has a long legacy, there had not been any updates to the Civic in the Indian markets since 2013. The tenth iteration that came after six long years does not disappoint.
The Civic has a contemporary look with a well-balanced design. It has a coupe-like swooping roofline, compact boot segment, and a short overhang. The signature Honda grille, sparkling LED DRLs, and 17-inch alloy wheels complement the bold and aggressive design.
The cabin is top-notch, in keeping with Honda standards. An ergonomic design makes the controls handy and accessible. The new sporty instrument cluster and steering-mounted controls are another plus. The Civic boasts of a 7-inch touch infotainment system with Bluetooth, USB, and HDMI connectivity. It has an 8-speaker system that is compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
The Civic also makes for a great chauffeur-driven car. The rear bench very is comfortable and offers more than adequate knee room, rear AC vents, and collapsible armrests. The 430-litre boot, however, cannot take a lot of luggage.
Under the hood, the petrol Civic has a 4-cylinder 1799cc i-VTEC engine that delivers 140 bhp @ 6500 rpm. The diesel variant has a 4-cylinder 1597cc i-DTEC engine that puts out 118 bhp @ 4000 rpm. The CVT petrol variants give a mileage of 16.5 kmpl, while the manual diesel options deliver an impressive 23.9 kmpl.
Honda Civic Car Insurance
Once you have the IDV, you can use the EMI calculator available with TATA AIG online to get an estimate of the insurance cost for Honda Civic. For all-round protection and safety, choose from the several different add-on covers. These include accidental death benefit, consumables cover, depreciation benefit, roadside assistance, daily allowance for the alternate vehicle, emergency transport, engine secure, tyre secure, key replacement, loss of personal belongings, reimbursement of accessory fittings, and return to invoice cover.
The estimated insurance cost for Honda Civic for the Civic V CVT (P) variant is Rs 60,000, with the higher-end petrol variant Civic VX CVT (P) estimated at Rs 65,000 and the top-end Civic ZX MT diesel variant estimated at Rs 75,000 (all exclusive of GST). These figures are for comprehensive coverage (3-year third-party + 1-year own damage) excluding any add-on covers and pre-tax.
Buying car insurance from TATA AIG also offers you the advantage of a no-claim bonus (NCB) cover. You can get discounts on insurance renewals for every accident-free year over a period of five years, which helps bring down the insurance cost for Honda civic.
Whether you are looking to insure a new Civic or renew insurance for your existing car, be sure to check not just the cost but also the service quality, speed of resolution, and dependability of the insurance provider.
Registration charges for Honda Civic
To register your new Honda Civic, you will have to pay a one-time registration fee to your local Regional Transport Office (RTO). The fee differs according to the state and is calculated based on the IDV of the vehicle and the fuel type. For the premium Honda Civic, it ranges between 8% and 21% for petrol as well as for diesel variants. GST and cess may be charged separately depending on state laws.
Before you finalise the sale, make it a point to ask your dealer about the registration charges applicable to your vehicle after considering local laws and taxes.
Alternative brands to the Honda Civic
The Civic is Honda’s largest-selling car and has been in the international market for nearly five decades. Naturally, it has a legacy unmatched by any other car. In India, there are very few cars in the same segment as the Honda Civic, but here are some sedans in its peer group:
- Skoda Superb
- Hyundai Elantra
- Volkswagen Jetta
- Skoda Octavia
- Nissan Teana
- Toyota Camry