The Honda Civic is made in Pakistan by the Honda subsidiary and carmaker Atlas Honda. When the first Honda Civic hit the market in 1972, it featured a 1,169 cc four-cylinder water-cooled engine and front power disc brakes. It can be ordered as a three- or five-door hatchback, a five-door station wagon, a two- or four-door fastback sedan, or another version.
It had a more roomy interior, an angular shape, and a better engine. For this generation of Honda Civics, three different gearboxes were available: a 4-speed manual, a 5-speed manual, and a 2-speed Hondamatic semi-automatic transmission.
Since 2000, the Civic, which was once categorized as a subcompact, has been driven as a compact vehicle. The third generation made its international debut for the 1984 model year in September 1983. The interior space was larger in the new model, which also had a more upscale exterior and a longer wheelbase. Due to its enhanced design and cozy interior, the third-generation Honda Civic was able to take home the “1983 Car of the Year Japan Award”.
Price of a Honda Civic 2023
The most recent and updated Honda Civic 2023 Price in Pakistan with Specifications can be found in the table below.
|Honda Civic Standard 2023||1500 cc, Automatic, Petrol||PKR 8,599,000|
|Honda Civic Oriel 2023||1500 cc, Automatic, Petrol||PKR 8,949,000|
|Honda Civic RS 2023||1500 cc, Automatic, Petrol||PKR 10,199,000|
Colors of Honda Civic:
The Civic is available in 8 different colors: Carnelian Red Pearl, Crystal Black Pearl, Lunar Silver Metallic, Meteoroid Gray Metallic, Morning Mist Blue Metallic, Taffeta White, Urban Titanium Metallic, and Taffeta White.
- Theodora White
- Gray Metalic Crystal Black Pearl Meteoroid
- Red Carnelian Pearl
- Silver metallic moon
- Urban Titanium Metallic Morning Mist Blue Metallic
- Flaxen White
The Exterior of the Honda Civic:
The new Honda Civic 2023 features an up-to-date front grille and a stylish design language. The Standard and Oriel variants employ halogen projector headlamps, while the RS model uses LED headlamps. The Civic RS also features an automatic high beam, automatic lighting adjustment, and automatic headlights.
The new Civic’s lowest models are devoid of front fog lamps and a panoramic sunroof. Additional features that come as standard in all models include one-touch lane-winker, side mirrors with integrated turn signals, lens-style tail lamps, electrically adjustable door mirrors, and remote retractable mirrors.
Interior of Honda Civic:
The 11th generation Honda Civic 2023’s inside is designed to be comfortable and spacious. The electric power steering on the car’s Standard and Oriel models is wrapped with urethane, while the steering on the RS model is covered in leather.
The steering wheel can be adjusted for tilt, telescopic, and steering switch. Drivers can access music controls, MIDs, and cruise controls via the steering switches in the Standard and Priel variations; the RS variation’s steering switch also provides drivers access to voice recognition capabilities. Behind the steering wheel is a 7-inch TFT multi-information instrument display.
The seats in the Honda Civic 2023 are covered in luxurious material. There are also back pockets and seats with adjustable height. Both the front and back armrests have cup holders. Additional standard features include power windows, power door locks, inside lighting, a front USB port, the lining of the trunk lid, a self-opening trunk, and a trunk hinge cover.
The Civic Standard and Oriel variants come standard with a 7-inch MP5 touchscreen and 4 speakers. The 9-inch Android-based entertainment system that comes with the RS model supports a front camera, a dynamic back camera, and a webcam. The new Civic offers dual automatic Aircon air conditioning and rear ventilation.
Fuel average of Honda Civic 2023
The Honda Civic 2023 is a luxury sedan with a 1.5L engine, allowing for comfortable driving with an excellent fuel economy of between 12 and 15 km/l, depending on the driver’s habits.
Competitors of the Honda Civic
Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla Altis Grande compete in the Pakistani market. Honda beats both the Altis Grande and the Prius due to its larger size and improved stability, but Toyota faces fierce competition from the new Civic in Pakistan because of its strong and committed fan base.
Specifications of Honda Civic
|Dimensions (Length x Width x Height)||4687 x 1802 x 1432 mm|
|Ground Clearance||154 mm|
|Horse Power||127 – 176 hp|
|Torque||180 – 220 Nm|
|Boot Space||409 L|
|Kerb Weight||1396 KG|
|Mileage||11 – 14 KM/L|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||47 L|
|Seating Capacity||5 – Persons|
|Top Speed||260 KM/H|