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Date Reviewed
21 June 2023
V (2023)
Bought new, Owned for 2 Years
Fuel Economy: 16.0 km/litre (6.3 L/100 km), RON95, Mileage: 2,000 km/month
    -Value for money. At least it was during my research to buy a car back then.
    -The front look. Oh I just love the front. Simple and pleasantly sculptured in my eyes.
    -The cabin is spacious enough both front and rear legroom.
    -Air conditioner performance is great. Fast cooling time and 25c of temperature certainly good enough for you to feel comfortable.
    The interior is so appealing mainly on instrument panel design. Good material quality overall with soft touch on the upper side of instrument panel.
    - Reachability of all buttons, switches, knobs control are well-placed. Ergonomically, it's good.
    - The driving position is almost ideal for me. It feels composed.
    - Performance-wise is superb for this price range. Powerful engine at 180hp with 230Nm torque.
    - Love the handling, steering is precise and well-weighted. Smooth during maneuvering /cornering.
    - The Honda Sensing package is well-equipped for me. I utilized almost everything they offer. ACC, LKAS, LSF, LDW and etc.
    - Good fuel consumption (6.6L/100km). I owned A180(W176) before, and I can feel the immediate saving in term of fuel consumption. It really made my day knowing that, your car is good at sipping gas but also has power whenever needed.
    -Lastly, spare parts are easy to find I supposed. After all, it is Honda.
    -Front sensor goes haywire as it produces annoying sound and alert on display whenever there is a car in front of you particularly in congestion or simply while waiting for traffic light. What makes it weirder, it only happen if the car in front of you either Civic 10th gen or current CR-V.
    Went to SC and the counter measure is you have to turn off the front sensor switch. Easy.
    -Body paint seems to be too thin. even the smallest stone chip already reveal the steel body material color. and of course. rust.
    -Small glove compartment for a c-segment sedan.
    -Both front seat cushions are surprisingly too thin/firm in my opinion. I reckon you add aftermarket cushion for a long drive.
    -No Blind Spot Monitor(BSM) is wrong move by Honda. Lane watch merely just a camera. No warning/alert sound to indicate there is a vehicle in your blind spot area.
    Camera quality also doesn't make it better.
    -Wind noise around a-pillar area is too apparent. Especially when you go beyond speed limit. My wife's rm60k Myvi gen3 has better NVH at that area compared to my rm138k Honda Civic.
To improve
-CVT performance still has some rubbery feeling.
-Cameras are lack of quality especially for reversing and Lane Watch. Please improve. Seriously.
-Dual zone air conditioner would be appreciated.
-No Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA) is a bit let down.
-Rear look is not that bad. It just can be better. For the sake of this renowned nameplate.
Yes, I would recommend this car

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