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(launched 2016, facelifted Jan-2019)

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$10,100 /yr 14.9km/L 123bhp Earth Dreams CVT (A)
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Honda Civic
4 stars - based on 57 reviews
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Car Review - Honda Civic 1.6 i-VTEC (A)
With its combination of comfort, practicality, daily usability and sweet driveability, the new Civic 1.6 hopes to recapture the hearts of Singapore drivers.

The Honda Civic was facelifted on Jan 2019.
Read our review of the facelifted version.

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Comparison - Honda Civic 1.6 i-VTEC LX (A) vs Skoda Octavia 1.0 TSI Ambition Plus (A)
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Good looking and practical car but with old technical specs
Bought the 2019 FL 1.6NA Civic. Was bought by the looks and exterior styling of this car that I did not take much notice to the engine and driveability when I test drove the car. Interior space is definitely one of the best in its class with rear aircon. However the infotainment system is laggy and feels like it comes from the 2009-10 era. Exterior looks is one of the best in its class, but the engine is the worst. Old engine which is further restricted by the CVT gearbox and the fuel economy is rubbish for the amount of HP it puts out. And Halogen lights, seriously? Reliability wise is questionable, had a whizzing sound from the engine, went back to agent to check and told that they have no spare parts. Yes you heard it right, a 15 year old Japanese engine with no spare parts. Aircon vents make weird vibrations after 1 year and you can feel the MIT quality which is not as good as the old FD (coming from an FD1). All in all, for the price you pay, there are other better makes out there with better fuel economy and technology available. However, if exterior looks and interior space is your primary concern, this car is a good choice if you do not mind the fuel economy
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CIVIC 1.6L - POOR RELIABILITY (4 YEARS REVIEW)
Bought the Civic 1.6L in Feb 2017. Reliability is very poor. Original battery needed replacement after 13 months. After switching off the camera permanently, battery only lasted 23 months at the most. . Worst of all, warning lights (all of them : check system, check VSA, brake problem, etc) regularly turned on and lasted for 2-4 days. Warning lights turned on again during driving every 2-3 weeks. Honda USA has recalled 2016-2020 Civic to fix its ECU that caused the warning lights. Local Kah won't bother with the recall. . Spark plugs, air filter, engine oil / filter are new. Warning lights keep switched on during driving. . Aircon is very weak in cooling, even at the lowest temp and highest fan speed. Grab Nissan Sunny (15 years old) had cooler and stronger aircon, despite not having rear vent. . Need practical mainstream car ? Buy Toyota Corolla Altis instead. Never buy Civic. Same in USA, it is one of worst car there in reliability.
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Honda Civic 1.5T - about 3 years of ownership
Good car with sufficiently heavy steering, good engine performance and handling - more sporty to drive than the other cars in this class (only if the CVT was changed to DST or manual option was there, then this would have been much better). Low end torque on turbo engine is good and pickup has been smooth. Stiff suspension not only makes the handling good but also compensates for lower ground clearance. Brakes have been good and holds well. Good legroom and space inside and in boot. However the interior is average and needs a lot to improve on design. The USB cable is a pain to connect. Best is to leave the cable there. However, if you and your partner got 2 different types of phones then need to change the cable. The space there is practically useless. The seats are more for sporty nature and doesn't support people who like to cruise. There is no lumbar support and you should keep the seat as much forward and sit as much backward as possible to avoid back ache. And this causes the drive are to be bit cramped. That means the car urgently needs a design change to automatically add the seat positioning system to move the seat back and high to make getting in and out comfortable. Also urgently needs memory seats. Reversing camera is not accurate. Left lane camera is good but when you are using navigation then the camera blocks it the right moment. My rear passenger always complained for getting in and out was difficult and it was like falling in the seat than getting in the seat. A slightly smaller steering wheel would have made it more sporty in character. Overall an excellent sporty car in the class (you can't go wrong with 1.5T) but if you are looking for comfortable drive and ride between point A and B and also lot of features, then this car is not for you (in fact this will be worst car to look for)
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Sporty, reliability and FUN all packed into one
Was considering between the A3, Civic 1.5T and Golf. Decided on the 1.5T as the test drive was made the most impact on me. Been driving it for 4 months and have not been any less excited whenever I start the engine. The engine is super responsive and it's turbo charger packs a punch when overtaking and moving off. Handsome and sporty exterior complete the package of making every ride a fun one.
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