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Honda Malaysia has finally launched the all-new Civic with three variants available. As before, the Civic is available in three variants, with the base E kicking off proceedings at RM125,635. The V comes next at RM138,043, while the new RS model tops out at RM144,350. Those are significant increases of RM16,308, RM12,962 and RM9,689 over the respective FC variants.
All prices are on-the-road without insurance, inclusive of the government’s
The new Civic is 4,678 mm long, 1,802 mm wide and 1,415 mm tall with 2,733 mm wheelbase
The FE has a cleaner, more mature design with straighter body lines and the ditching of the FC’s characteristic “Solid Wing Face” front bar and C-shaped taillights. In their place are a slimmer grille and headlight combination, Audi-like trapezoidal LED taillights and A-pillars that have been pushed back by 50 mm for more “premium” proportions.
The Honda Civic 1.5L TC-P is integrated spoiler brake lamp finished with a 2 toned bumper bottom garnish.
The Civic now comes as standard with automatic LED headlights
LED combination taillights
All variants have power Adjustable Exterior Rear View Mirror
It comes equipped with autonomous emergency braking on top of the Anti-Lock Braking System. This prevents accidents or at least mitigates their consequences
The 2022 Honda Civic rides on two-tone 16-inch alloy wheels while the latter gets optioned back in with the V, which also throws on 17-inch alloys.
Our RS gets upsized 18-inch matte black alloys in the same handsome Y-spoke design offered in the US and Japan
On the inside, you can find a clean horizontal dashboard, a freestanding infotainment touchscreen and full-width air vents with a honeycomb metal mesh cover.
All new Civics come with Honda’s OEM Display Audio infotainment system. The E variant is equipped with a seven-inch touchscreen that supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, while the V and RS models upgrade to a nine-inch unit that adds wireless CarPlay support.
The stylish infotainment system keeps you effortlessly on track with navigation, real-time updates and more.
For the new Civic, the seats have been redesigned to improve comfort and support, but in return you lose the powered driver’s seat adjustment that was previously offered as standard. This feature is only fitted on the V and RS models, which also add on leather upholstery (combined with suede and red stitching on the RS).
Slightly bigger than the former generations gives it more space and comfort to passengers who may be slightly girthier.
There’s plenty of storage space at the front doors, armrest and at the back
The leather-wrapped flat-bottomed steering wheel features a variety of intuitive controls. Select and control your music,take phone calls, change information displays and adjust the cruise control, all while keeping your hands on the steering wheel.
4 cup holders for the beverage of your choice, 2 located in front near the armrest and 2 more located at the rear folded down armrest.
3x USB in 1.5E, 4x USB ports in 1.5V and RS
The Civic is finished with a more upscale interior than the outgoing model especially the seats and dashboard that have been made simple yet elegant to portray the car’s exclusiveness.
The boot measures 497 litres, which is quite a bit smaller than the old car’s 519 litres.
Each variant of the all-new Civic comes with the full range of Honda Sensing features including adaptive cruise control with stop-go function, autonomous emergency braking, lane keep assist, lane centering assist and automatic high beam.
A new addition to the Honda Sensing system is the Lead Car Departure Notification System where the car will alert the driver once the car ahead has moved. Honda’s LaneWatch system and Honda Connect are only available in the 1.5V and RS.
All variants of the Civic come with six airbags including front, side, and curtain airbags, brake auto hold, hill-start assist, front and rear parking sensors.
Keyless entry (with walkaway auto-lock and remote engine start), push-button start, a seven-inch digital instrument display (paired with an analogue speedometer), single-zone automatic climate control with rear vents and a reverse camera. New features include windshield washers integrated into the wipers and a spring-loaded bootlid for easy opening (no hands-free function, however).
Step up to the V variant and you’ll receive the Honda Connect suite of telematic services, an auto-dimming rear-view mirror and illuminated vanity mirrors, while the RS adds automatic wipers
9-inch infortainment for V and RS variant meanwhile a 7-inch infortainment for E variant
The standard speaker count has dropped from six to four, but the V and RS get bumped up to eight speakers, including four tweeters.
All variants are powered by the 1.5 litre VTEC Turbo four-cylinder engine. Enhanced with Variable Valve Timing and Lift Electronic Control, optimised turbocharger components for improved response and a revised crankshaft and oil pan for increased refinement, it pushes out 182 PS at 6,000 rpm and 240 Nm of torque from 1,700 to 4,500 rpm – increases of 8 PS and 20 Nm. Fuel consumption is rated at 6.0 litres per 100 km for the E and V and 6.3 litres per 100 km for the RS.
The 2022 Civic is paired with a 4-speed automatic transmission.
The civic is mated to a four-speed automatic transmission that drives the front wheels.
0-100kph 8.2 seconds, Top Speed 190 kph is a real pocket rocket.
8.0 Liters / 100km is a fuel guzzler.
Windshield washers integrated into the wipers and a spring-loaded bootlid for easy opening
Rear vents available for back passengers are placed at the centre of the car.
All variants offer better control over the engine’s rpm, the manual makes the car much more responsive and enjoyable to drive. Clutch action is on the lighter side but the catchpoint is generous, making the Civic a great car for those who are interested in learning to drive stick as well.
The new Civic even feels even more stable. The front-strut and rear multi-link design has been tuned for better ride quality, already a strong point.
The Civic 2022 soundproofing system allows for a cabin that is more pleasant to be in.
The 2022 Honda Civic remains a go-to economy car, with low-key performance and high-economy powertrains.
The car has a fresh, engaging interior that plays up simplicity.
As for the engine, It’s not always quiet, but even when engine noise is more present it’s still rather pleasant.
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|Oil filter||Oil filter replacement period depend on Engine Oil Monitoring indicator lamp or not over than 12 months (Price : RM34.10)|
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