Based on 4 Reviews
It should be a pleasing fd2r discovery. I recommend you to ask the SC whether fd2r comes with both the two types now. If there are, I think electric fd2r is better to buy since it can save fuel consumption and is more environmentally friendly. After all, it's not for fd2r only, but to enjoy driving.
Haven't got a clue at first. But I just thought about it for a bit. For the car allowance in fd2r, extra pay goes straight into your bank account, and it’s up to you whether you use it for car expenses or not. Maybe there should also be a novated lease - an agreement between you, your employer and a finance company. It's a good thing you asked about the fd2r.
On civic hf, there's no where for you to look at that but this. There's a phrase saying ‘use it or lose it’ is a phrase that could be applied to air conditioning! The civic hf's air-con systems inevitably leak refrigerant gas over time, particularly if they aren’t used regularly in your civic hf. So. There are more about civic hf I suppose, and some of them neither me nor you are aware of.
Standing from a big picture, you should always stick to the point for civic hf. As for me, I routinely check the water and oil level inside my civic hf when I attend a breakdown. I always see that the civic hf's oil is at the bottom of the dipstick and the coolant is desperately low. I'm that kind of person that need the civic hf so much for commuting. So by the way I wonder if you consider the use for commuting.
The updated Honda Civic is priced from RM 113,600 to RM 139,600.