The interior of the new Honda Civic offers a comfortable and spacious cabin comparable to D-segment cars. Moreover, the 10th-gen Civic offers choices of a 1.8-liter engine and the new 1.5-liter VTEC TURBO engine that delivers a performance comparable to a 2.4-liter engine but with better fuel efficiency equivalent to a 1.8-liter engine.
A full range of advanced features and technologies provides ultimate driving convenience, including Display Audio Touchscreen that supports CarPlay and Engine Remote Start that can turn on the engine and the air-conditioner remotely, as well as class-leading safety systems like Honda LaneWatch, Electric Parking Brake (EPB), Auto Brake Hold and Walk Away Auto Lock.
To reinforce sports DNA of the Civic, Honda also introduced Civic Turbo RS that comes with complete bodystyling kits and accessories, including LED headlights, front LED fog lights, sportily-styled RS front bumper and front grille, wing-type trunk spoiler with third brake lights in LED, and a sporty accelerator pedal, in addition to advanced safety equipment. The Honda Civic is hitting domestic shores after the mid-year.
Aside from the Civic, Honda is also displaying the BR-V, soon to be available in Malaysia, at the Thai Motor show. Honda BR-V is a new active sport crossover vehicle with tough, sturdy exterior design and high ground clearance in SUV style.
The Honda BR-V’s interior offers a spacious cabin with premium black leather seats. Two model variants are available. While the SV model offers seven seats in three rows with versatile seat-folding styles to increase the cargo space, the V model has five seats in two rows and a large trunk space for multi-utility.
Honda BR-V is ready to challenge all roads with its powerful 1.5-liter engine and a new CVT developed under Honda’s Earth Dreams Technology that provides excellent fuel saving. The engine is also compatible with E85 fuel. Lastly, a full range of safety systems comes as standard for driving confidence in every journey.