Honda Civic extends civic duty in assisting Ministry of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs

CY Foong · Dec 24, 2020 11:53 AM

Once again, the Honda Civic has been selected to do its civic duty in assisting another Malaysian governing body. This time 16 units of the highly popular C-segment sedan have been delivered to the Ministry of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs (KPDNHEP).

Just like the units sent to our boys in blue and gentlemen in green, the Civic 1.8 S was selected by KPDNHEP as their fleet vehicle in their daily enforcement duties.

Sure, it’s not turbocharged but our officers will still be able to perform their duties in promoting and sustaining domestic trade in Malaysia with a maximum power output of 141 PS and a maximum torque of 174 Nm from the naturally-aspirated 1.8-litre i-VTEC engine.

Meanwhile, the Honda Civic continues to be Malaysia’s favourite C-segment sedan with more than 10,400 units sold as of November 2020. As of October, the Civic managed to capture 81% market share and led the C-segment.

1.5 TC-P shown

If you’re undecided on getting either the 1.8-litre Civic or the 1.5-litre Civic, you can check out this comparison or jump right into our review on the Civic. It’s also shortlisted as one of our Car of the Year 2020 candidates.

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