Honda Civic

Honda Civic News in Malaysia

  • PDRM adds turbo VTEC to their patrolling arsenal - police-liveried Honda Civic FE seen on trailer

    Since 2020, the Royal Malaysia Police Force (PDRM) has been using the last-generation Honda Civic FC for patrolling duties. The Malaysian 5-0 uses the base Civic S which is powered by a naturally aspirated (NA) 1.8-litre i-VTEC (145 PS/175 Nm) but as seen in this photo, it looks like the current generation FE will be added to its arsenal. Based on the set of images shared by The Ajerul on their Facebook page, the units of Civics seen on the trailer near Simpang Ampat appeared to be the base vari

    CY FoongCY Foong

    Feb 2, 2024

  • 1 in every 3 new Hondas sold in Malaysia in 2023 is a hybrid; 87% sales growth year-on-year

    Continuing from Honda Malaysia's notable achievement of being the nation's No. 1 non-national passenger car brand here, the company also witnessed a substantial surge in sales for its e:HEV range of hybrid models. Cumulative sales of its Civic, City, City Hatchback, and HR-V, RS e:HEV hybrid models clocked an impressive tally of over 7,700 units in 2023. This represents a circa 87% growth over 2022's 4,100 units sold. Also read: Review: 2023 Honda Civic (FE) e:HEV RS hybrid - Fast, cool fuel-sip

    SanjaySanjay

    Jan 24, 2024

  • Honda is Malaysia's No.1 non-national passenger car brand in 2023; 10 years in a row, buoyed by City, City HB, HR-V

    Honda Malaysia announced today that it has achieved its annual sales target for 2023, surpassing 80,000 units in total sales. This accomplishment marks the tenth consecutive year that Honda Malaysia has retained its No.1 position in the Non-National Passenger Vehicle Segment since 2014. The year 2023 witnessed gradual recovery and a positive outlook, with the launches of four new models in the second half of the year: WR-V, City facelift, Civic Type R, and the all-new CR-V. Top selling Honda mod

    SanjaySanjay

    Jan 24, 2024

  • Civic EV? Honda e:NP2 and e:NS2 details revealed by Chinese ministry documents - 204 PS, 68.8-kWh battery

    At the 2023 Shanghai Motor Show, Honda China revealed two prototypes of its upcoming e:N series of electric vehicles (EVs) made for the Chinese market. The Honda e:NP2 and Honda e:NS2 will be built by Dongfeng Honda and GAC Honda respectively and are expected to be launched in 2024. While the e:NP1 and e:NS1 essentially looked like EV versions of the Honda HR-V which is sold in Europe as the Honda e:Ny1 (Anyone), the second series has a more distinct design. Both e:NP2 and e:NS2 were teased in N

    CY FoongCY Foong

    Jan 22, 2024

  • This is the new 2025 Honda Civic Hybrid for USA - Riding the demand wave to hit 40% sales contribution

    It’s previewed one year ahead of its market launch, but American Honda Motor showed it anyway. This is the new mildly facelifted 2025 Honda Civic. The model shown here is a North American market model, so there will still be some minor differences from our Malaysian market model, especially the headlamps. North American market models have amber lenses, to comply with local regulations. Compared to the current, outgoing model, the 2025 Honda Civic has a rather Acura-esque front grille and bumper.

    HansHans

    Jan 19, 2024

  • 50 years ago, the original Honda Civic RS was the Type R hot hatch of its time

    Honda’s RS badge has often been mistaken for its high-performance-sounding initials. RS here does not mean “Rushing Speed” or “Racing Sports” but rather the less enthusiastic-sounding Road Sailing. To sail or glide along the road doesn’t exactly sound macho compared to the Type R or even the SiR badges that would be placed on other performance-oriented Hondas but the RS badge is an important one. It was first applied half a century ago on the first-generation Civic and turned the friendly-lookin

    CY FoongCY Foong

    Jan 18, 2024

  • RM 400k FL5 Honda Civic Type R is too expensive? This 6MT RS is coming to satisfy your 3-pedal desires

    At today’s opening of the 2024 Tokyo Auto Salon, Honda presented its Honda Civic RS prototype. Not to be confused with the RS e:HEV hybrid sedan sold by Honda Malaysia, this RS is based on the Civic Hatchback, the same body used by the Type R. More importantly, this RS hatchback has a 6-speed manual transmission, just like the Type R. The display model is still a prototype, but Honda says the model will go into production in the third quarter of 2024, and it will slot between the regular 1.5-lit

    HansHans

    Jan 12, 2024

  • As new car sales slow in Malaysia, Honda is the only mainstream brand to post gains in Nov 2023

    Since July 2023, dealers across Malaysia have shared their concern that order taking for new cars has slowed down considerably. This is despite the fact that data compiled by the Malaysia Automotive Association showed that August and October were among its best ever months this year. However, those figures are fulfillment of orders made months earlier, and are not a reliable indicator of present demand. RHB Research is projecting a sharp 14 percent decrease in 2024’s total industry volume – the

    HansHans

    Dec 29, 2023

  • Mitsuoka cosplays a Honda Civic as a forgotten generation of the GT-R, not a Dodge Challenger

    Japan’s tenth automotive manufacturer, Mitsuoka, builds eccentric-looking models on existing cars. The likes of the Mazda MX-5, Toyota RAV4, and Toyota Yaris have been transformed into something completely different and their latest victim model is based on the Honda Civic. For now, the Mitsuoka M55 is still a concept with no plans for production. The name is in celebration of the quirky carmaker’s 55th anniversary having been founded in 1968 as a workshop and dealer specialising in European car

    CY FoongCY Foong

    Nov 17, 2023

  • Honda Prelude Concept: A reborn Civic Si Coupe eyeing the right-hand drive Asian markets

    Honda has resurrected the Prelude name, unveiling the concept at the 2023 Japan Mobility Show. The Prelude, a nomenclature last seen in the late '90s, has historically represented front-wheel drive, 2-door coupes. By the 2000s, this mantle transitioned to the Civic Coupe, epitomized by the EP3 Civic Type R. However, the subsequent Civic Coupe iterations catered mostly to the left-hand drive North and Latin American markets. The landscape changed with the current FE generation Civic, which phased

    HansHans

    Oct 31, 2023

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