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I guess the only way to investigate the question is something like this. Whenever you go to the dealers of honda civic ej8, if they claim that the classic car has special stories but they only tell you without any invoices to back that up, mind if they might not be telling the truth. Do make your own choice, mate. After all you're your own boss.
One thing to know is that you should connect what you know to it. Have you check honda civic ej8 comes with both the two in the SC or website? As for the differences, 4WD transfers the power to all four wheels equally and are more suitable for poor unpaved roads with stones and rocks and extreme road condition. While AWD would vary the amount of power given to each wheel and works all the time, which suits all road conditions. Specifically, I hear that the odometers of honda civic ej8 work like the analog odometers, but use a neat little screen instead of the numbered wheels.
It's difficult for me to give you an exact explainions for that. honda civic 99 models aren’t going to reduce congestion, I believe. There’s a theory which has little empirical support that when every car is autonomous, road congestion will drop a lot. And that works with honda civic 99. There's more to be explored on honda civic 99 indeed. Just find some information.
I have been working as a driver in Malaysia for over 2 decades. I think it has a lot to do with 2004 honda civic ex. I've never had my called a 'girls car' by anyone who wasn't someone I know, but mine's with a good car spec, which I guess makes it look like an old man's roadster. I have, however, had my car called 'cute' by various women! So all comes down to 2004 honda civic ex. Actually I was asked about 2004 honda civic ex for several time before.
The updated Honda Civic is priced from RM 113,600 to RM 139,600.