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Honda Civic

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RM110,430 - RM131,880
Civic Price Breakup
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Civic Key Features

Driver Airbag Yes
Air Conditioner Yes
Power Steering Yes
Power 139 hp
Engine Displacement 1799 cc
Seating Capacity 4 Seats
Central Locking Yes
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Price List of Civic

Variant Price Specifications  
1.8S RM110,430 *
OTR Price
4 Seats, Petrol
1.5 TC RM124,080 *
OTR Price
5 Seats, Petrol
1.5 TC-P RM131,880 *
OTR Price
5 Seats, Petrol

Civic Colors

Civic is available in 5 different colors - White Orchid Pearl, Dark Ruby Red Pearl, Lunar Silver Metallic, Modern Steel Metallic and Crystal Black Pearl.

  • White Orchid Pearl

  • Dark Ruby Red Pearl

  • Lunar Silver Metallic

  • Modern Steel Metallic

  • Crystal Black Pearl

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Videos of Civic

Watch latest video reviews of Honda Civic to know about its interiors, exteriors, performance, mileage and more.

Civic Mileage

Variant Mileage (City) Mileage (Highway)
Petrol 15 18

Review Civic

  • Overview

Overview

Overview

Honda, a brand with a legacy so big it is now synonymous with panache in the world of technically sound cars which never dissapoints its loyal customer base with its new launches. The key to this? A perfect balance of evolution and revolution. This time around however with the new Honda Civic facelift launched in November 2014 the comapany has opted on to incrementing the specifications (visual and performance) of its predecessor rather than putting on a brand new mask to it. There is an entire array of good news with Honda Civic facelift to start off with but let us start off with the part with matters the most (to a majority of audiences i.e), the price tag, the price range starts at a comfortably low price as opposed to the 2012 launch but there is nothing to worry about because a reduced price tag does not comprehend to a reduced kit. New Honda Civic is retailed currently under 3 variants: 1.8 S (with an engine of 1.8-litre), 2.0 S and 2.0 Navi (both powered by a 2-litre engines).With a dedicated gasoline SOHC i-VTEC engine, Honda Civic 1.8 S draws 141 PS power at 6500 rpm while for Honda Civic 2.0 S/Navi these figures add up to 155 PS at 6500 rpm. Automatic and manual transmissions both have been made available for user's discretion. The biggest difference in exterior remains a completely different honeycomb grille. Interiors however have recieved major upgrades: The entry level Civic 1.8 S comes in with a keyless Smart Entry (Push button start) with additional options such as cruise control and auto headlamps and not to forget prime aesthetic value feature, chrome door handles. Honda Civic 2.0 S gets hold of net one HID headlamps, leather seats and eight way powered driver's seats as additional features over the 1.8 S. Whereas, the Honda Civic 2.0 Navi is a mirror image of Honda Civic 2.0 S barring the sporty all muscle features like a new piano black trim and a futuristic head unit. This touch screen head now measuring a good 7 inches wide comes in with navigation, Mirror Link (puts your smartphone screen right on your dashboard), reverse camera display and Personal Media Access. Also, there are bluetooth options for hands free calls, an HDMI port and 2 USB ports.

Mileage and Fuel Economy

When you associate the term "economy" in any feature it automatically draws interest and rightfully so. The fuel consumption for Honda Civic facelift 1.8 S is claimed to be 14.7 km/l and 12.8 km/l for Honda Civic facelift 2.0 S and 2.0 Navi. While the better powertrains have most certainly contributed a big deal for better fuel efficiency, better aerodynamic efficiency and a reduction in brake drag have also played a part. The Honda Civic can fill up-to 50 litres of fuel in one go.

Power

For a sedan, in one word, Honda Civic facelift is befitting. With a dedicated gasoline SOHC i-VTEC engine, the 1.8 S variant draws 141 PS power at 6500 rpm and a maximum torque of 174 Nm at 4300 rpm, while the top end 2.0 S variant draws 155 PS power at 6500 rpm and a maximum torque of 190 Nm at 4300 rpm.

Acceleration and Pick Up

For a premium sedan the acceleration of Honda Civic falls nothing short of decent to say the least. The 1.8 S variant races 0-100 km/hr in just 10.4 seconds and if this was not impressive enough, the powerful 2.0 S variant crosses 100 km mark in 8.7 seconds. The specified top speed governed electrically clocks in at 214 km/hr.

Exterior

The facelift of the 2014 Honda Civic in itself isn't really a big difference as major upgrades have been provided on the interior. First glance wouldn't really do justice as the most obvious difference is only the honeycomb front grille. This is a step of revolution that we were talking about, and obviously the front makes half of the aesthetic appeal. Honda Civic now does not seem like a design taken out of Volkswagon's design handbook and looks more of their own. The chrome element is now on the bottom instead of above the Honda logo. Also a new color has been introduced to the line up - "Twilight Blue" adding up on the already existing grey, black, white and silver color options in the arsenal. Honda Civic on the outside seems a very sleek and aerodynamic machine. The body structure is apparently 7% lighter than Gen8 Civic. Also the mix of high strength lightweight steel has increased contributing swiftness and still the muscle factor has not been compromised and infact rigidity has increased 10% from the Gen8 model (retained from 2012 model).

External Measurements

Being a premium sedan, the honda civic offers great space all thanks to its overall dimensions measuring at 4525mm x 1755 mm x 1435mm (L X W X H). Wheelbase of the car clocks 2670 mm.

Interior

Although the pricing of Honda Civic 2014 has reduced, the interior specifications have taken an uphill turn for good. Honda Civic 1.8S comes with a keyless Smart Entry alongside a push start button and cruise control, with basic features like dual airbags, air con and VSA retained. Take a step up from that and Honda Civic 2.0 S gets leather seats, steering shift paddles and an 8 way powered rider's seat. 2.0 Navi, the all luxury variant takes hold of a much more futuristic touch featured head unit (7 inches wide, Mirror links etc.). The reduced wheelbase doesnt really have an affect on the cabin space, as the designing of interior has been made in such a manner that it optimises the experience further. Honda has always been a standout on its policy of "minimum machinery - maximum seating" and they have been innovating to make maximum space out of the limited shape available.

Interior Comfort

Comfort is one department you will not find yourself lagging in a Honda permium. Facelift doesnt dissapoint you either, the thigh support is adequate and although there isnt any sort of extravagant headroom and legroom, it definitely fits the bill. Also, obviously, there are n number of choices when it comes to seating layout and you can slide, tilt, swivel and recline your seat. As mentioned earlier, you have an 8 way Driver Power Seat for easy adjustment of your seat while driving (available in Civic 2.0 S and 2.0 Navi). In addition to this there are cup holders available for both front and back passangers (Centred).

Interior Measurements

Honda Civic comes packing with 485 litres of boot space which are enough to carry your luggage, but being a Sedan and comparing the boot spaces of other sedans you clearly see the shortcomings. Also the headroom seems to be packed a little more strenously that one would have liked.

Engine and Performance

In a rising economy, the attention of customers is bound to turn towards a diesel vehicle and consider it a shortcoming or otherwise, Honda Civic comes with a petrol only engine. This water cooled 4 stroke SOHC i-VTEC engine provides way to a PGM-FI (Programmed Fuel Injection) fuel supply system and generates a maximum power as high as 141 PS at 6500 rpm for the 1.8 S variant and 155 PS at 6500 rpm for 2.0 S and 2.0 Navi. Talking of the maximum torque generated, it falls a bit short in range in this segment with a 174 Nm torque at 4300 rpm for 1.8S and 190 Nm torque at 4300 rpm for 2.0 S and 2.0 Navi.

Stereo and Accessories

Honda Civic has a built in music system and it comes with video support as well. There is a huge 5.1 inch display on your dash board which supports all sorts of audio and video files (.mp4, .mp3, .avi etc), the audio system for your convineance can be controlled by your steering wheel. The Intelligent Multi Information display system allows the user to store audio information such as ablum artwork and personalise his/her artwork. Now, your entertainment value takes a whole new turn in Honda Civic 2.0 Navi where your touch screen head has 7 inches dimensions and Mirror link which means that it can actually replicate your smartphone, in addition to this you have an HDMI port and 2 USB ports.

Wheels

Honda Civic brings inside a sedan dedicated 16 inch alloy wheels for 1.8 S variant and 17 inch alloy wheels for 2.0 S variant, both of these specifications are of wheels which are strong and stylish at the same time. The standard tyre size for 1.8 S is 205/55 R16 and for 2.0 S it is 215/45 R17.

Braking and Handling

We call it the "numero uno" feature as it actually forms the most vital part of a vehicle, afterall it is your life we are talking about. The multinational automobile giant does not allow any lose nail and makes way for high performance Ventilated Disc brakes. Riding inside the Civic is nothing short of a joy ride and while cornering even at high speed there is minimal chances of body roll because of the friction generated. MacPherson Strunt suspension system is employed for the front whereas you have Multi link system for the rear.

Safety and Security

Safety is one of the biggest concerns while driving. The Honda Civic 1.8 S variant comes equipped with dual front SRS airbags, although when it comes to the top end 2.0 S you have additional front curtain airbags along with side airbags which makes it 6 airbags for your safety. The design in itself is very safe, a lightweight yet containing high tensile strength body ensures safe journeys for you and your family. An innovative introduction of G Force Control technology, as per company's claims "exceeds all the regulations set by government and sets safety standards of its own". The VSA is also available to control any sudden change in the behaviour of vehicle and complimented with EPS (Electronic Power Steering) assists your steering in moving towards the right direction.

Pros

  •  Futuristic styling
  •  Aerodynamic design
  • Good safety features
  • Price tag

Cons

  •  Low headspace
  •  Low torque
  • Better options available in the market

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