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(launched 2016, facelifted Jan-2019)

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1.6 i-VTEC (A)
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$8,800 /yr 14.9km/L 123bhp Earth Dreams CVT (A)
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1.5 VTEC Turbo (A)
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$10,800 /yr 16.9km/L 170bhp Earth Dreams CVT (A)
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Honda Civic
4 stars - based on 52 reviews
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Car Review - Honda Civic 1.6 i-VTEC (A)
26 Sep 2016  |  Honda Reviews
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 more

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Honda Civic 1.6 i-VTEC LX (A) vs Skoda Octavia 1.0 TSI Ambition Plus (A)
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The current generation civic which received a facelift last year has been around since 2016. Went for a test drive about 2 weeks back and the car is beginning to show its age. The exterior design is a love it or hate it affair and the facelift is very subtle. You'd have to be eagle eyed to spot the differences. The 1.6L model sold here is extremely thinly specced for the price. You hardly get any modern day amenities except for a rather smallish 7" Headunit with andriod auto and apple carplay integration on the inside. Only 2 air bags are fitted to the local 1.6l model with no modern day active safety features. The 1.5L turbo version which is a whopping 20k more doesn't fare much better in terms of features with the honda sensing, sunroof, led headlamps and 6 air bags being the most notable differences. Hard to justify the 20k premium even with the more powerful and modern engine. The interior build quality is ok but there is a fair amount of dark hard plastics. On a positive note, the cabin space front and rear is above class average with a sporty driving position as the driver's seat is quite low slung and the boot is quite large as well. The 1.6L engine is a carry over from the past 2 generations of Civic so it's a tried and tested unit which does not offer alot of power but is smooth revving. The power delivery is however blunted by the CVT where you get the typical rubberband effect giving a sense that the gearbox is always playing catch up with the engine. Brakes are quite strong and handling is responsive which have always been a strong suit of the Civic. However, as an overall package with the asking price, it is hard to recommend the civic when compared to other class contenders unless your priorities are a sporty drive and honda reliability.
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Got the 2017 honda civic and owned it for ~2 years before selling it off. It handles great round corners and sits really low, which gives off that sporty feeling. It's easy to drive and I thoroughly enjoyed it. However, the fuel consumption is less than desirable. On paper it's 14.9km/L, sales advisor said it's more around 13km/L. The car computer calculates it at around 11.5km/L but when i manually calculate it (distance divided by petrol topped up), i get about 10km/L. This is given that i'm not the most heavy footed person. There's also not many safety features on the 1.6NA (2 airbags) and at the price point i believe that there are much more value-for-money offerings out there. I personally just got the Mazda 6 as had better value (paid about 4k more as of June 2020). While there were no major problems with the car, i faced minor quality issues (probably due to the fact that it's Thai built and not from Japan). Issue 1: Within 3 months I faced a loud clunking sound whenever i jacked the seat down. 2 service advisors told me it was 'perfectly normal'. Had to write a letter of complain and f them before they resolved the issue. Issue 2: Something was loose in the front passenger seat and rattles when no one seats on it. Kah motor tested it and said it was fine - most definitely not but since i was selling it off i didnt bother with it Issue 3: The paint was so thin that even my finger nails could cause a visible scratch. I would send my car for yearly coatings as well so i believe the issue could lie with the paint layers. With the current generation Civic in its 5th year, its appeal has weakened rather dramatically and while the Honda Civic remains a reliable car overall, there are some shortcomings to consider. I recommend shortlisting this car.
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