The month of September could be the time to get your next Honda vehicle as the automaker is extending its popular discounts and financing options until the end of the month.
Finally, the 11th generation model enters the ASEAN region.
Honda Philippines has launched the new Civic Type R. Honda’s high-performance sedan features redesigned front and rear bumpers, an updated cabin, and Honda Sensing technology.
Now, Honda Thailand finally has a confirmed launch date of the all-new Civic.
A Thai launch could mean that the rest of Southeast Asia is next, if the report is proven to be true.
Honda has given the hatchback a unique rear design and has even given it the option of being had with a 6-speed manual transmission.
With the hatchback set to make its global debut soon, its new design could indicate what Honda has in store for the Type-R version of the Civic.
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The 11th generation Honda Civic is first coming to Singapore, with other ASEAN regions to follow.
It also features a simpler yet more upscale exterior and interior design.
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After many leaks of the 11th generation Civic, Honda gave the public an official first look at the compact sedan.
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That badge on the rear could mean that it might still get the same 1.5-liter turbo engine.
Honda Philippines states that customers are its top priority and will only charge a small amount for safeguard duties on its vehicles.
Taking on a new smoother yet athletic design over its predecessor.
It looks sportier than ever.
It absolutely looks cleaner than before.
It still features a familiar though there are some notable enhancements done to the car.