Honda Civic

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₱1.12 - ₱1.54 Million
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Civic Price Breakup
Dimensions & Capacity
Seating Capacity 5 Seats
Ground Clearance 133 mm
Driver Airbag Yes
Air Conditioner Yes
Power Steering Yes
Power 140 hp
Engine Displacement 1798 cc
Duration 36 months
Installment ₱25,331
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Price List of Honda Civic

Variant Price Specifications  
1.8 E ₱1.12 Million*
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5 Seats, 1798 cc, 174 Nm, Petrol
1.8 E Modulo ₱1.17 Million*
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5 Seats, 1798 cc, 174 Nm, Petrol
1.5 Turbo RS ₱1.42 Million*
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5 Seats, 220 Nm , 1498 cc, Petrol
1.5 Turbo RS Modulo ₱1.47 Million*
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5 Seats, 220 Nm , 1498 cc, Petrol
1.5 Turbo RS Modulo Sport ₱1.54 Million*
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5 Seats, 220 Nm , 1498 cc, Petrol

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    Honda Civic
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Videos of Honda Civic

Watch latest video reviews of Honda Civic to know about its interiors, exteriors, performance, mileage and more.

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Colors of Honda Civic

  • Blue Metallic

  • Burgundy Night Pearl

  • Cosmic Blue Metallic

  • Lunar Silver Metallic

  • Modern Steel Metallic

  • Rallye Red

  • White Orchid Pearl

Review of Honda Civic


Honda, the Japanese auto giant, flares well in the production of classy cars filling the international markets. Honda Civic, the compact sedan is one of the flagship models to come out from the Honda stable. Honda Civic has pleased a large number of audience worldwide with its ultra frugal efficiency numbers and yet evolving styling which never fails to entice its buyers. With its latest version, the manufacturer has further raised the bar for the competitors. With the updated version, the Japanese automaker is trying to find the top spot in the luxury vehicle class instead of the much preferred entry-level segment. While this won’t help them increase their market share in a drastic manner, it will surely help in creating a distinctive brand image among the buyers.

  • Overview
  • Interior & Features
  • Exterior
  • Mileage Running Cost
  • Ride & Handling
  • Engine & Fuel Consumption
  • Braking Safety


  • Appealing and Sporty Exterior Design
  • Large Interior Dimensions
  • Turbocharged Engine
  • Cons

  • Fuel economy
  • Upholstery in the base variant is not upmarket
  • Interior & Features

    The cabin greets you with an entirely refreshed dashboard and black fabric/ leather seats, which are favored with height adjustable features. The tilt and telescopic steering wheel come with a range of controls and features a completely refreshed design that aggrandizes the sporty feel in an effective manner. Also, the soft touch plastics with the premium finish surroundings carve a new niche altogether. The console panel has been dawned upon with a number of endless systems which include an Audio display, MID, Trip meter, Door Ajar Indicator, Illumination control as well as map and dome light to glisten it further. The front seats with back pockets, a number of storage options, Glove-box as well as front and rear armrests, altogether improves the comfort and utility aspect of the sedan. The seats are positioned with 60/40 split type featuring its expansive nature. The sophisticated control of the driver’s seat with 8-way power adjustment, lumbar support and available seat position memory further enhances comfort level. Apart from these, Civic also boasts an advanced climate control with air-filtration system and thoughtful Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) keeping outside noise at bay. The 5 seater turns up with 400-litres of boot space that is appropriately defined to suit your luggage needs.


    The exteriors of new Civic are not only brand new but are completely distinct which makes it one of its kind in the segment. The designers at Honda have pretty much scrapped the older 3-box approach and have taken a more fastback approach. This not only enhances the vehicle’s luxury quotient and premiumness up by several notches, it also makes it far more appealing than the outgoing model. Although its dimensions appear much buffed up than the older models, the use of lightweight materials has helped in shedding approximately 30 kilograms of weight. The front looks extremely sporty with the neatly carved fenders and a muscular hood. The vehicle’s headlamps also look stunning with the new positioning of the LED clusters. The rear has been equipped with great looking C-shaped taillights and tapered windows that complement the fastback design. The 5-spoke alloys also look non-standard and make the vehicle appear more appealing to the onlookers.

    Mileage Running Cost

    The power packed technology is enlightened to highlight the 1.8-litre SOHC i-VTEC 16-valve in-line 4-cylinder engine that engross the road with a fuel efficiency of 13.8 kmpl that is quite economical in the segment.

    Engine & Fuel Consumption

    The vehicle’s drivetrain has already been a subject of much speculation as it was already announced that the updated model will come with a turbocharged engine. The 10th generation model is offered with a 1.8-litre and a 1.5-litre mill. It would be easy to think that the heavier engine will be featured on the higher trim, but this is where the new Civic differs from conventional practice. The 1.8-litre mill is equipped in the starting trim, which delivers a maximum power of 140 hp at 6500 rpm and a peak torque of 174 Nm at 4200 rpm. But the powertrain that has kept the Honda fans up is the 1.5-litre equipped RS variant that is also provided with a turbocharger to produce an astonishing 174 hp at 5500 rpm with 162 Nm of torque at 1800-5500 rpm. Both 5-speed manual stick shift and Automatic Continuously Variable transmission are offered on the 1.5-litre mill, while the 1.8 E is only supplied with a manual gearbox. The Civic powered by the turbocharged engine is described as the fastest C-segment car in the market and can easily outrun most of its competitors with ease. The continuously variable transmission makes the drive extremely comfortable and fun. With, the 1.5-litre turbo engine, an individual is capable of pushing the car from 0-100 kmph in an impressive 6.8 seconds.

    Braking Safety

    The latest generation Civic comes with a 4-wheel ABS that works amazingly along with the ventilated discs present on all 4 wheels.

    News of Honda Civic

    2017 Honda Civic Type R Prototype Revealed

    2017 Honda Civic Type R Prototype Revealed

    MANILA: Since its launch, Honda Civic has become quite a sensation in the automobile industry of not only the Philippines but globally. It was confirmed that the Japanese automaker will come up with T Read More

    Posted On | Sep 29, 2016 | 4471 Views
    Honda Civic Hatch Concept Staged At GIIAS 2016

    Honda Civic Hatch Concept Staged At GIIAS 2016

    MANILA: GIIAS 2016 – the highly appreciated auto event in Indonesia has been inaugurated today in front of authorities and dignitaries related with the auto world from all over the world. The auto sho Read More

    Posted On | Aug 11, 2016 | 1645 Views
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