Honda Civic

Honda Civic News in Malaysia

  • Honda overtakes Toyota to claim No.1 position in Thailand's hybrid car sales for 2022

    Honda Automobile (Thailand) Co. Ltd. announced on Thailand that it finished 2022 as Thailand’s No.1 seller of electrified (xEV) vehicles, with 26,660 units of hybrids (HEVs) sold. Honda says it now has a 30 percent market share of Thailand’s xEV market. Thailand is probably the only market where Honda sells more hybrids than world-leader and hybrid pioneer Toyota. The reason is quite simple, Honda sells a wider range of affordable hybrids than Toyota, at least in Thailand. Honda Thailand sells 5

    HansHans

    Jan 30, 2023

  • Honda Civic (FE) outsells Toyota Corolla Altis to be Thailand's top-selling C-sedan of 2022

    Well there's one segment Toyota has got some catching up to do: the Thais have voted with their wallets to crown their favourite C-segment sedan of 2022, and it's the Honda Civic (FE). Civic RS turbo 10,338 units of the Civic found new owners there last year. Of those, the 1.5-litre turbo variants outsold the e:HEV hybrids – 7,488 units to 2,850 units. Then again, the hybrid variant was only added there in June. Also read: Review: 2022 Honda Civic RS (FE) - If there were ever a perfect car for M

    SanjaySanjay

    Jan 26, 2023

  • Honda Malaysia to maintain prices for its models in 2023, no price increase for now

    New year, new prices. That adage is a joy if it’s a price decrease but as we have seen by the likes of Toyota and BMW, the new year sees a price increase in some of its models. However, Honda Malaysia has assured that it will not be increasing prices for now. "Despite the current challenging situation, Honda Malaysia will maintain its car prices as of now. Our priority is to continue providing the highest quality products and deliver to customers in a timely manner," said a Honda spokesperson. S

    CY FoongCY Foong

    Jan 4, 2023

  • For those who need 1 car to do it all - here are 5 best used cars under RM 100k

    As a petrolhead, we all aspire to own multiple types of cars, be it a executive sedan with a silky-smooth engine, or a pocket rocket for hooning around town. Realistically speaking, sensible car buyers won’t be purchasing multiple cars; instead, they will be buying one car that can do it all – transporting their family in comfort and yet practical enough for a weekend shopping spree. With a set budget of RM 100,000, let’s take a closer look at which used cars can do it all. Honda Civic FC – The

    EricEric

    Dec 22, 2022

  • Owner review: Sporty and Practical, you can have it all. My 2016 Honda Civic

    Basic information of my car: 2016 Honda Civic FC, TC Reasons why I bought this car For my Daily Transport use and also travel a lot for long distance Drive Car selection process I had a budget of: Around 100k – 150k. Models that I have considered include: Mazda3, Toyota Altis, Ford Focus. Reasons why I chose this car: Comparing with other Choices, the most important is Civic have the great infotainment (Able connect to android auto/apple carplay) at that period of time. I like the shape of the r

    LiangLiang

    Dec 22, 2022

  • 180 units of the 2022 Honda Civic RS e:HEV delivered, this man is the first owner

    Honda Malaysia recently held a ceremony at Honda authorized dealer, MH Prestige Auto Sdn. Bhd. to honour the first owner of the 2022 Honda Civic e:HEV RS, Mr. Chin Kok Fung. As a token of appreciation, Mr. Chin Kok Fung received Honda Accessories and Official Honda Merchandise worth RM4,000 from Honda Malaysia. Also read: 2022 Honda Civic RS e:HEV hybrid launched in Malaysia; priced from RM 167k, 315 Nm, Key Card Honda Malaysia Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Hironobu Yoshimur

    ArvindArvind

    Dec 16, 2022

  • With petrol prices at RM 4.40/litre, 1 in every 3 new Hondas sold in Thailand wears the e:HEV hybrid badge

    As of October 2022, Honda has sold 67,190 cars in Thailand, giving it a 23.5 percent market share of the passenger car market (including SUVs). The figure places Honda in second place behind Toyota’s 29.4 percent. The figure above does not include commercial vehicles like the Hilux, Hiace, and pick-up truck-based SUVs like the Fortuner, segments which Honda are not present in. Honda sells 7 models in Thailand, out of which 5 are available as hybrids. Only the Honda BR-V and Honda CR-V are not av

    HansHans

    Dec 16, 2022

  • Remember that time when a Honda Civic Hybrid was sold in Malaysia at RM 185.5k?

    On Tuesday, Honda Malaysia launched the 2022 Honda Civic e:HEV RS. The locally-assembled, top of the Civic range e:HEV RS hybrid variant is priced at RM 166,500. Compared to the ‘regular’ 1.5-litre turbocharged 182 PS / 240 Nm Civic RS, the 2.0-litre 184 PS / 315 Nm Civic e:HEV RS hybrid is RM 15,800 more expensive. A big chunk of the money goes to the LFC-H4 Atkinson cycle engine, which is an all-new unit, now incorporating direct injection, a feature that was previously unavailable in older 2.

    HansHans

    Nov 17, 2022

  • 2022 Honda Civic: Hybrid vs turbo, which is the better option?

    Hot off the launch floor is the new 2022 Honda Civic e:HEV RS, Honda Malaysia’s newest addition to their growing line-up of electrified models. Priced at RM 166,500 (on-the-road, without insurance), the electrified Civic e:HEV RS costs RM 15,700 more than the previous flag bearer, the turbocharged Civic RS (RM 150,700). So, what does the additional RM 15,800 net you? Powertrain – Hybrid that outperforms turbo Under the hood of the Thai-spec car Right off the bat, the biggest change is in the pow

    EricEric

    Nov 16, 2022

  • Ordered a Honda? Not long left to wait, HMSB on track to hit 80k-unit sales goal

    At the sidelines of the 2022 Honda Civic RS e:HEV's launch today, President of Honda Malaysia, Sarly Adle Sarkum reiterates that the company is on track to achieve its 80,000 sales target for this year, at the same time managing pending orders. "We are going to meet that, currently we're at 66,000 units sold until today, At the end of the year, we'll meet that [the target]," said Sarly, who also serves as Honda Malaysia's Chief Operating Officer. Part of this will come from clearing backlog orde

    SanjaySanjay

    Nov 15, 2022

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