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Generation FC (2016-Present)

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The tenth-generation FC Civic is available in three CKD locally-assembled variants – the 1.8L, 1.5L Turbo and 1.5L Turbo Premium with all the bells and whistles.

The new Civic’s fastback shape looks like nothing else in the market now, never mind the C-segment. The design is certainly bold, and will be the FC’s main selling point. Like or loathe?

Malaysian buyers get to choose from two engines – a 1.8 litre i-VTEC naturally-aspirated engine and the new 1.5 litre VTEC Turbo engine. Both are paired to G-design shift CVT transmissions (different units in 1.8 and 1.5 Turbo), which replace the five-speed conventional torque converter automatic employed in the previous two generations.

The base 1.8S variant surprised our office with its long list of standard equipment, all at a starting price that’s lower than the 1.8L FB it replaces, too.

Five colours are available, and they are Crystal Black Pearl, Dark Ruby Red Pearl (as per the City and more recently, HR-V), Modern Steel Metallic, White Orchid Pearl and Lunar Silver Metallic.

The standard Honda Malaysia five-year unlimited mileage warranty applies, and the service interval is 10,000 km, with five times alternate free labour when servicing.

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Latest Owner Review

Date Reviewed
7 August 2018
1.5TC (2015)
Bought new, Owned for 2 Years
Fuel Economy: 14.1 km/litre (7.1 L/100 km), RON97, Mileage: 2,100 km/month
    - good overall packaging VS similar range in Malaysia
    - spacious regardless for driver, rear passenger and rear boot space
    - capable turbo engine adequate for urban and freeway accelerate and cruise, yet able to be economical if driver wants to and can behave
    - lesser rate of quality defect VS some manufacturers
    - driving experience not as joy as mazda3
    - stripping away many good features, but the most unacceptable for me, is the exclusion of passenger airbag disable function
    - too bad Malaysia don’t get SENSING in top spec, else I would go for it
To improve
- the Econ button feels more like comfort mode button, I use it mainly because it’s delaying acceleration response, which better for riding passengers especially family with kids and elders.
- bring back the safety features
Yes, I would recommend this car

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