Soon wrong-doers in Shah Alam will find an angry Honda Civic police car breathing down their necks, as the Shah Alam Contingent Police Headquarters (IPK) have received their first batch of Honda Civic 1.8 S patrol cars.
As estimated, the Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM) has received the second batch of their new vehicle order in mid-June.
On a Tweet posted by a Honda salesman Twitter profile, he announced that the first batch of Honda Civics has been delivered to the Shah Alam IPK.
The Tweet also included information that the Honda Elmina Motors was appointed the official service centre to service the fleet of PDRM cars in the area. The centre also promised that they will provide PDRM with the best service experience.
With the second batch delivery, PDRM has completed their first order of 425 Honda Civic patrol cars.
As you know, PDRM has put in yet another order of new patrol cars and this time it also includes the Proton X70 SUV. Delivery of the new order is estimated to start in mid-July.