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Models no longer being sold by local distributors.
Model unavailable since Apr 2012
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1.6 VTi (M)

Facelifted on Jan-2009

$106,900 (Jan 2012) spacer
14.9km/L 125 bhp 5-speed (M)
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1.6 VTi (A)

Facelifted on Jan-2009

$114,900 (Oct 2011) spacer
14.2km/L 125 bhp 5-speed (A)
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1.6 VTi-S (A)

Facelifted on Dec-2011

$118,900 spacer spacer
n/a 125 bhp 5-speed (A)
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2.0 Si Sunroof (A)

Facelifted on Jan-2009

$129,900 (Oct 2011) spacer
12.5km/L 155 bhp 5-speed (A)
Specs | Features 
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2.0 Si (A)

Facelifted on Jan-2009

$134,900 (Jan 2012) spacer
12.5km/L 155 bhp 5-speed (A)
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1.8 VTi-S (M)

Facelifted on Jan-2009

$139,900 (Mar 2012) spacer
14.5km/L 140 bhp 5-speed (M)
Specs | Features 
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2.0 Si (M)

Facelifted on Jan-2009

$143,900 (Mar 2012) spacer
12.6km/L 155 bhp 5-speed (M)
Specs | Features 
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1.8 VTi-S (A)

Facelifted on Jan-2009

$167,900 (Mar 2012) spacer
13.8km/L 140 bhp 5-speed (A)
Specs | Features 
Honda Civic
4 stars - based on 41 reviews
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CONSUMER REVIEWS
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Compromise best in term of performance, value and comfort
I used to drove a Honda Civic 2.0AT 2006 when I was in Vietnam before. Recently I has just bought my first car in Singapore and I wanted to choose a close to 10 year car for COE renewal. Although had a headache between choosing between Toyota Altis or Honda Civic, I finally decided to go with the Honda Civic 1.6AT. Found a good car from the direct owner, mileage of 87000 km only. Surprisingly, I found the exterior design of Honda Civic after 10 years of manufacture is still quite stylish and not out of date. Interior design still looks fascinating. Handling is good, steering feel quite realistic and gear change is quite smooth. From my past experience with Honda Civic and with this one, I think the reliability of Honda is among the highest. The noisy on the road, lack of rear aircon are consider minor issues with it only.
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FD1 Civic
Thought I'd do my car justice and give it a review after owning it for 2 years. Bought the FD1 second hand in 2015 (2006 car) and recently renewed the COE to continue driving cos I really like the drive Reliability is there , like what most ppl expect from a japanese car, though I have to admit that this FD required a few more wear and tear parts compared to my previous altis (suspension mostly), but it's to be expected as the suspension design is more complicated compared to the altis, hence, more parts + more potential wear & tear Drive: Fairly responsive and good acceleration from a NA engine (can't compare to VW TSI but not too far off either). Engine is fairly muted and makes a nice growl when you pile on the revs, doesn't sound coarse or strained! Handling: Little body roll and quick , well weighted steering (though I'd appreciate a bit more feel). Suspensions errs towards the firmer side (not uncomfortable though) but the tradeoff is getting better body control which I can appreciate Exterior: Wasn't love at first sight but the design kinda grows on you Interior: Design still looks fresh today and it's quite nicely styled with quality materials. Space wise, felt that rear legroom could be better (improved with the current FC Civic) Fuel Economy: Getting around 10.6-11.2 km/l on 80% City 20 % Highway (Based on calculations after refuelling). Didn't have very high ecpectations on this so it's acceptable to me
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Best Car In the Segment
I drive the Civic FD2 and it's coming to 1 year 4 months now. I love it and I am findiing it hard to look for a replacement for this in the same car segment.
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Most reliable car! You get what you pay for!
Bought the 1.8 VTI-S when it was around $70k+. Travelled 80k and ZERO problem with the car so far. Reliability is top class! Very fuel efficient if you are doing mostly highway. Can be quite a drinker if doing mostly city driving. One of the most powerful car in its class and very responsive. Certainly a drivers car as it handles very well. Ample space for 5 adults to be seated comfortably. Both the interior and exterior design of this car is gonna last your eyes for a very long time. One of the best looking car around.
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Death of Honda Fit, Civic Coupe, Accord Manual Transmission 11 08-Jun-2021
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