Honda Civic had to finish its trip in the Indian market because of continuously slumping sales facts, but the tale is not same everywhere. It has turned the firm bigheaded at the 2012 Paris Motor Show. The vehicle has pocketed an honor from the Women’s World Car of the Year group. The honor was awarded to Honda at this year’s Paris Motor Show.
The Women’s World Car of the Year is divided into four sections comprising Sports Car, Luxury Car, Family Car in addition to Economy Car.
The Honda Civic was chosen from the first entry record of 300 vehicles that were selected by 20 female judges from 11 nations all over the globe. The judging board for the Women’s Car of the Year evaluated the vehicle as per the standards females mull over when purchasing a vehicle that comprise security, value-for-money, artistic look, storage room, effortlessness-of-driving, color, sex appeal, ecological footprint and child affability.
The honor matches up with Honda’s recent statement of novel additions to Civic array that consists of a new the 1.6-litre i-DTEC engine that will be accessible on the Civic later this year, an innovative wagon’- style Civic model and a New Civic Type R by the year 2015.
All of these fresh derivatives are for Europe. Henny Hemmes and Sandy Myhre, two associates of the judging board, gave the honor to Toshiaki Konaka, Director, Honda Motor Europe Car Division, on the Honda stand at the Paris Motor Show.
On receiving the honor, Konaka, remarked: “This prize highlights the exclusive exterior styling and practical inside that are similar with the Civic model and meet the requirements and desires of clients within the C segment in the European market.”