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    1. The current 10th generation Civic was officially unveiled on 17 September 2015, and after close to 5 years, the next gen is on the horizon. The spy shots below shown the 5 door Type R variant, which look more upright than the current gen even though it was wearing heavy cladding. More spy shots of the other variants can be expected to surface very soon. Stay tuned.
    2. It is going into history. https://www.motorbiscuit.com/category/tips-tricks-trends
    3. Recently, a video of a Honda Civic dangerously changing lanes along the SLE on 21st May was posted online. The driver was seen sifting through the lanes on the expressway without a care in the world. On top of that, it was also reported that he was speeding. Netizens' reactions As usual, netizens were not too happy about seeing the driver's lane changing technique. What do you think about this reckless behaviour?
    4. I purchased a Honda Civic sedan 2018. Any recommendation for accessories to make it look cooler (LED headlight bulbs, cup holder, body kits, etc.), and also websites or places to buy them are welcome.
    5. Please advise where can I do my a-pillar for my tweeter for my honda and how much is it?
    6. 2018 Honda Civic Type R Black EditionThe world has already witnessed the prototype model of 2018 Honda Civic Type R Black Edition as the company unveiled it in Paris at the 2016 Mondial de L’Automobile. This Black Edition model is targeted to bring an enhanced driving spirit and performance with an improved drivetrain. The overall styling of Honda Type R showcases 2 major features – racing performance and modern signature design language. The design of current generation model is a show stopper as it is unique to a great extent. The upcoming 2018 Honda Civic Type R Black Edition will be improved more on aerodynamics for achieving greater stability at higher speeds. This will not just help in bringing out an improved performance but will benefit fuel efficiency as well. The existing model has an aggressive stance as with wide wheel arches. This exterior styling including several others is to be retained in 2018 model. The interior cabin is shout out racing spirit which is characterized by sporty seats and steering wheel. The steering wheel also has controls to the intelligent Multi-Info Display (i-MID). Apart from having a blistering performance, the Black Edition is also likely to get an array of top tech features. Some of the tech features that are present in the current model include: Dual Stage Driver i-SRS Airbag. City-Brake Active System. Brake Assist. Electronic Brakeforce Distribution. Vehicle Stability Assist. Emergency Locking Retractor. 2018 Honda Civic Type R Black Edition – Engine and Performance:The 2018 Honda Civic Type R Black Edition might borrow the same 2.0 liter 4 cylinder turbocharged engine with a single-scroll turbocharger, a direct fuel injection and Honda’s popular VTEC valve train system. Although not confirmed, this engine is likely to be tuned for producing 295 lb-ft of torque at 2,500 RPM and 306 HP at 6,500 RPM. Don’t expect the new Civic Type R to come with an automatic transmission anytime soon as the same 6-speed manual transmission system will be used. If the company plans on adding more power, the output figures might reach and surpass 340 HP. With the update and refinement in the engine, the Type R Black Edition is going to the segment-leading performance. This new model will be able to take a sprint from 0 to 62 mph in less than 6 seconds. The top speed is 167 mph. The fuel economy is 26 mpg in the city, 32 mpg on highways and 30 mpg on a combined basis. http://www.hondacarmodels.com/2018-honda-civic-type-r-black-edition/
    7. A quicker turbo is expected to bring more low-end torque. Europe’s emissions regulations are some of the strictest in the world, paving the way for a plethora of cars powered by three-cylinder 1.0-liter engines. Aside from having to embrace downsizing, automakers are also heavily investing in electrification to keep the legislators happy and avoid having to pay steep fines related to exceeding average fleet CO2 emissions. Honda is not immune to the changes and has vowed to electrify its entire Euro lineup by 2022, but with one important exception. The Civic Type R will go down in history as the last bastion of gas-only Hondas on the Old Continent, according to a new report from Autocar. While the adjacent rendering from X-Tomi Design illustrates a hypothetical sedan, the Type R formula will once again be applied to the hatchback format. Despite rumors suggesting the next hot hatch would go hybrid with all-wheel drive and around 400 horsepower, the British magazine claims Honda will stick to the tried-and-tested formula. It’ll allegedly retain the turbocharged 2.0-liter gasoline engine, but with a minor bump in horsepower over the current 316 hp. Autocar claims the Civic Type R is unlikely to get a major boost considering its front-wheel-drive nature. The report goes on to specify torque delivery could see an improvement as a result of improving turbocharger response. The outgoing model already excels in that area, offering 295 pound-feet (400 Newton-meters) from 2,500 rpm to 4,500 rpm. To please purists eager to row their own gears, Honda has already confirmed the next Civic Type R will retain the three-pedal setup. source: https://www.motor1.com/news/465426/honda-civic-type-r-europe/
    8. When if comes to overtaking, we bet this Honda Civic driver is one of the most skilled drivers on our road if not the most skilled. This happened on Christmas eve at around 11:45pm along Bartley East Rd in the area of Kaki Bukit towards the CTE and we must say we are impressed with the precision of the overtake. As you can see from the clip, the matt-greenish Civic Turbo came out of nowhere and moved across from one lane to the other with not much room to spare, before proceeding to accelerate away briskly. Think you readers can do better? Let us know what you reckon in the comment box below!
    9. It is of utmost importance that we keep our brake systems working and healthy at all times. The following video perfectly illustrates why. Seen on 8th of December is a Honda Vezel exiting onto a busy Dunearn Road from one of the smaller lanes. The law-abiding drivers would know that you should never turn into the middle lane but this Vezel bravely crossed the double white line without hesitation. This caused the Honda Civic Type R camera car that submitted the video to SG Road Vigilante to claim that he had to slam on his brakes real hard, causing the brake hose to erm... break. In our opinion, the Honda Vezel driver is a joke but we must point out that the Type R camera car was also going at a good nick in the drizzle. Thankfully, there was no contact between the cars but the camera car driver made sure to give the Vezel driver a piece of his mind (Watch until the final moments of the video).
    10. Going to get a Honda Civic 2007, any known problems i should look out for and change? How much will the estimated costs be? Thank you!
    11. Honda Civic Type R gets assortment of Mugen aftermarket parts source: https://uk.motor1.com/news/431165/honda-civic-type-r-mugen/ Fulfill your wildest boy-racer fantasies. The Civic Type R is one of the wildest looking performance hatchbacks on the market today. The polarizing and angular design got some tweaks for 2020, along with a few changes underneath, though it did nothing to dampen the car’s boy-racer aesthetics. However, those wanting an even wilder appearance only have to look to Mugen for an assortment of aftermarket parts that’ll allow someone to turn the Type R’s styling way past 11. Mugen offers several exterior body pieces that enhance the hatchback’s look. At the front, the company offers a front under spoiler, carbon grille garnish, and a carbon fibre hood. At the back, available parts include a tailgate spoiler, a new wing, and a (very) busy rear diffuser. Other exterior upgrades include revised side skirts and carbon side-mirror covers. Mugen packages the front under spoiler, side skirts, and rear diffuser in a Styling Set while the Aero & Wheel Set is the Styling set paired with Mugen’s 20-inch wheels. Inside, customers can change their steering wheel while adding Mugen-branded inner door protectors. The company also offers a racing seat from Recaro with the Mugen logo embroidered in the headrest. There’s also an assortment of shift knobs, an engine start-stop button with the Mugen logo, and scuff plates. Those looking to upgrade the car’s sound can opt for the sport exhaust system. For 2020, Honda engineers kept many of the Type R’s upgrades hidden underneath the sheet metal. The 2020 model received upgraded brakes, a stiffer suspension, and revised steering, along with other updates. The grille grew in size, too, helping feed air to the turbocharged four-cylinder under the bonnet. However, it continues to make the same 306 bhp. If Mugen’s wild look is a bit much, there are plenty of other available upgrades.
    12. Hi Anyone knows the part number for the following for Civic 2017 1.6l: brake pads (front and back) spark plugs oil filter Emails Kah Motors and they say they cannot share it with owner.... sigh.. Thanks in advance.
    13. Hi all brother and sister would like to seek your help to choose between honda civic 2012 1.6cc or toyota altis 1.6cc . as im new to cars and this is my first time getting a car i dont wish my car to keep entering the work shop. also checking if honda civic 2012 have a default as i heard that the engine light will keep turning on. kindly advise below Thanks
    14. Hello, anyone got any experience in swopping out their stock HU of civic turbo for like Pioneer ones? Specifically, Pioneer 9150. Tks!
    15. chitchatboy

      Possible new variant for Honda Civic Type R

      Is Honda readying the facelifted Honda Civic Type R with new parts? Or could this be a lightweight special from the Japanese company? As reported by Carscoops, two prototype Civic Type Rs has been spotted being pushed to its limits on Nurburgring. A white coloured unit sporting a different bumper all round has been spotted before, signaling a forthcoming facelift and a yellow one shown here that is more interesting. Featuring a fully camouflaged roof and camouflaged air intake in the bonnet, these are signs that could point to Honda preparing for a lightweight variant of its hot hatch. It is also known that Honda is willing to add more variants to the civic if there is a demand for it. As of now, it is anyone's guess on what those camouflaged photos of the Civic Type R means but Honda fans would not need to wait too long as Honda is expected to introduce the updated Civic Type R late this year.
    16. Hi all, Just would like to share my experiences during the renewal of my Honda Civic. History: My car is the Honda Civic 1.6AT, originally registered in 16 Apr 2009. I bought the car from a Direct seller through sgcarmart at 16.5k (min PARF is 12.5k) in Nov 2018, means I had approximate 6 months to drive the car to inspect its status before making decision to renew the COE or not. Road tax was paid until 15 Apr 2019, so it is another convenient point for me. The mileage of the car when I took over was 87000 km (genuine mileage) and I was the 4th owner of the car. The purchasing was pretty smooth, I paid full amount in cash and we completed the ownership transfer at LTA on the same day. STA evaluation: The Direct seller on his good will sent the car to STA for evaluation and bear the cost for it. The STA report showed there are only a few minor points with the car, inclusive the worn out tires, worn lower arm-buish, non-retractable left-side mirror and minor seepage of oil. As all of those issues are wear and tears items, I decided to move on and took the car. Driving experience and maitenance: Handling of the car is good, during the 6 months driving it never gave me any problems. Quite happy with my car, so in March I sent my car for regular servicing and also for comprehensive checking at a workshop to intensive evaluate the car for COE renewal. All wear and tears part needed to be changed include 4 tires (Michelin Primacy 4), lower arm buishes and fix the non-retractable mirror only (over-all cost me less than 1k). The oil seepage was not detected at this servicing time and the mechanics told me they would check it at next time servicing. After that my car was ready for COE renewal. COE renewal: I bought the car in Nov 2018, when the PQP for COE reneal was $29760. The PQP was steadily decrease in the months after that and it reached the lowest $25525 in March, before slight increase in Apr. When I logged in the LTA onemotoring portal, I got the option to choose Mar or Apr PQP. If I chose Mar PQP, then my new COE wil be from 1st Apr 2019 to 31rd Mar 2029. If I chose Apr PQP, then my new COE will be from 16th Apr 2019 to 15th Apr 2029. Due to only 15 days is forfeited, I have decided to renew the 10 years COE using March PQP. The payment is also pretty convenient via online bank-payment. I also realized that the PARF rebate is still valid until 15 Apr 2019 even though I have renewed the COE, means I can still de-register the car and get back that min PARF. Road tax renewal: Now there is a small problem for me. My insurance with AXA is till 20 Nov 2019, so I only got an option to renew the road tax for 6 month from 16th Apr 2019 to 15th Oct 2019 (at $407). I think I will need to discuss with the insurance company to extend my current contract till 15th Apr 2020 so I can align the road tax with the insurance, but surely there is a mismatch in the expiry dates for road tax and the new COE. Thinking: I am now thinking whether should I repaint the whole car or not. The color of my car is brown and there are quite a number of small scratches there, but it is not clearly visible. I asked around and the cost is likely to be in 1-1.5k, so still thinking about it. And since the headlights are quite yellowish (although tried to polish and restore but still a bit foggy), I have also bought a pair of headlights at price of $119 each. Will install this brand new headlights after I repaint the car.
    17. Looks like the hot Hatch category getting interesting next Year You Have the Renault RS which is zero to 100 in about 5.7 to 6 sec New engine. Not as ricey as the Civic and tamer. Functional Diffuser. 4 Wheel Steering, which may not be everyone's liking. Hopefully, they nail it this time round. Its downsize to 1.8T instead of 2.0 T so I suspect no replacement for displacement means the 150 to 200 kmh range will be slower on the straight. Comes stock at 280 bhp while GTi is 235 bhp. vs Civic 308 bhp. Let see what kind of prices. If the number falls in the 145 to 155 K range, probably have very good takeup rate.
    18. Many journalists have reviewed the FK8 Honda Civic Type R in detail but James May reckons he can do a better review than others... If you have some free time and don't mind having a few laughs, check out his 'relevant' review of the well-received Japanese hot hatch below. Just don't be disappointed if you didn't learn anything new about the Type R. =
    19. Hi all, i am planning to get a honda civic 2nd hand. however there are this term call FD1 and FD2. May i know what is the difference between the 2 of them? Any bros can advice?
    20. Yes, the Honda Civic Type R is already one of the most extreme-looking cars on sale today. And yes, it can get even crazier, as proven by Mugen, a Honda-centric Japanese tuner that has taken the hot hatch to a new level visually (or a new low, depending on what you think of it). From what we can see, Mugen's RC20GT package for the Civic Type R includes an absolutely wild body kit, a different rear spoiler, a carbon-fiber hood, 21-spoke wheels, and a few graphics on the front doors and fenders. The front end is completely different, with a massive grille opening that features an octagonal insert, and a lower bumper with exactly what the Type R needed—more vents and scoops. A Mugen badge replaces the red "H" logo up front, while that revered logo remains at the rear. Apart from the carbon-fiber rear spoiler—which at least appears to be around the same size as the stock Type R's spoiler—the body kit at the rear also features an aggressive diffuser with a massive single center exhaust. No interior photos are available yet, but it looks to have different seats. We won't know if there are any mechanical changes that we can't see until Mugen releases full details about this car. But the company does make the dubious claim that the visual mods help with aerodynamics and cooling. We're not sure we believe it, considering that Mugen's treatment seems to have messed with many of the stock Type R's functional aerodynamic elements. Mugen does make performance parts, too, though, so it seems likely that it has fitted some of its offerings to this turned-up Civic. We'll learn more about Mugen's take on the Type R as the RC20GT package makes its official debut at the Tokyo auto salon next week.
    21. For those who find the HR-V/Vezel not fast enough, Honda has heard you and has come up with the new HR-V Sport. With 179bhp, it won't be slow. Announced for the European market, the HR-V Sport gets the same 1.5-litre turbocharged VTEC four from the Civic and will have as much as 240Nm of torque. We say as much because this figure can only be achieved if the six-speed manual has been chosen by the owner. If the CVT option is chosen, the torque produced is only 220Nm. Other than the new choice of engine, the Sport also gets a Performance Damper which claims to keep the vehicle level through the corners and softens up on rougher roads. To improve turn-in response, the crossover also benefits from a variable-ratio electric steering rack. Aesthetics wise, the car has a slightly more aggressive body kit that includes a new front lip, side skirt and rear bumper. Riding on 18-inch wheels, the car also features dual exhaust pipes.
    22. Hi there, 1. I'm wondering whether I could upgrade my default 15" rims and tyres to 16" for my 04 Civic. There is no mention of the car compatibility with 16" except 15" and 14" in the owner manual . 2. How much should I budget for a set of 4 rims and tyres? Being new to changing rims, what should I look for when I shop for them? Which are the mainstream brands from Japan, europe and america? 3. Would 16" provides better road holding and stability at the expense of fuel economy and noises? Kindly advise and Thank you very much. Regards,
    23. Hi All, Any Civic drivers facing the same issue with water droplets in the head / back lights after rain or wash? Is it normal? My paint protection guys told me this is a defect for a new car, suspected sealant has not been done properly. But the Honda agent say it is normal
    24. Sdf4786k

      Civic Type R

      Looks like even before AD has received the Civic Type R, another Type R is being created. Not sure why the rush
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