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Honda Malaysia has officially introduced the 2020 Civic facelift, the refreshed tenth-gen FC finally making its debut today five months after it went on preview and the order books opened for it, the delay in the FC...
The 2020 Honda Civic was officially introduced on Wednesday, and three variants of the locally-assembled model are available namely a base S, a mid-spec TC and range-topping TC-P, at prices ranging from RM113,600...
It has been a long wait, but the 2020 Honda Civic facelift has finally gone on sale in Malaysia, with buyers being able to choose from three variants as before, including the base S for RM113,600 (OTR without insur...
Few would have thought that the arrival of the tenth-generation Honda Civic here in 2016 would help rejuvenate a segment that was in disarray, languishing in the face of stiff competition from SUVs and ever-growing ...
- Despite being few years old, still look ultra modern and relevant.
- The two arches on the bonnet... makes you feel like you're driving an ultra luxury sedan like the Panamera everytime you see it from the driver's seat and allow great precision driving and cornering.
- Dramatic acceleration, as soon as you are holding the steering wheel with your right foot on the acceleration pedal, you know you can outrun a lot of cars on the road, but you choose not to.
- Reason being it is just so serene and comfortable when you are not driving aggressively.
- Shall you decide to go a little bit more aggressive because somebody is tail-gating you, just lightly tap on the acceleration and feed them with dust.
- Sometimes you forget it's a 1.5 turbo charged engine, because it doesn't feel like one, until you look at your fuel consumption.
- Cruising on highway at 120km/h gives me 20km/l fuel economy, can't really argue with that.
- Town driving from Mont Kiara to Bukit Bintang, vice versa, averages about 13km/l with heavy traffic (working peak hours).
- Screen screen screen! When will automative manufacturer realise having a screen to replace the old needle meter design will capture the driver's heart everytime he/she starts the car!?
- Handling is good, not great, but good.
- I personally find 140km/h the best speed to cruise in the car, fast enough with minimal noise.
- Services from the service center are very good.
- CVT! I mean... it performs and works great, but I don't get the choky feeling as I would if the transmission shifts from gear to gear.
- My fuel pump died... the heck, the car was only 5 months old! However SC got it replaced in 2 days FOC.
- Stock tyres desperately needs to be replaced, will probably go for Michelin PS after 1 year with the stock tyres.
- Sound system sucks.
- Can't fold down rear seat, said to improve the rigidity of the structure of the car, don't really know because haven't driven the latest one which allows folding down.
- No front sensor, lots of guessing.
- NVH can be improved.
- Ambient lighting
- Built quality, broken fuel pump in 5 months totally unacceptable.
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