The Pakistani car company and Honda subsidiary, Atlas Honda, makes the Honda Civic Pakistan and introduced it in the market in 2022.
Honda Civic Pakistan First Generation
Launched in 1972, this car had a 1,169cc, four-cylinder water-cooled engine, and front power disc brakes. When it came out, there were many different options. You could get a 2- or 4-door fastback sedan, 3- or 5-door hatchback, and a five-door station wagon.
Honda Civic Pakistan Second Generation
Launched in 1979, the second-generation Honda Civic is called the “80.” It had an angular shape, more space inside, and better engine power than the other cars. There were three transmissions for this generation of Honda Civics: a 4-speed and 5-speed manual, and a 2-speed semi-automatic called “Hondamatic” that Honda used to call “Hondamatic.” Since 2000, the Civic has been called a “compact car.” It used to be called a “subcompact.”
Honda Civic Pakistan Third Generation
The third generation was launched around the world in September 1983 for the 1984 model year. This is what the new model looked like. It had a more sophisticated design that was both roomy insides and had a bigger wheelbase. The 3rd generation Honda Civic won the “1983 Car of the Year Japan Award” because it was built better and had a nicer interior.
Honda Civic Pakistan Fourth Generation
Released in September 1987, the fourth-generation Honda Civic had a new and better look. The car was bigger and had a lower hood line and fully independent rear suspensions. There were a lot of different models and trim levels to choose from for different markets around the world in this generation of car.
Honda Civic Pakistan Fifth Generation
This was the fifth generation of the Honda Civic. It came out in September 1991 for the 1992 model year. The new Civic had bigger dimensions, which made both the inside and outside of the car bigger. When it first came out, it also had a more aerodynamic look and a curvier body than before. It had a raised cowl that let the suspension move more, making the ride smoother and the car’s performance better. A lot of people in Japan like the 5th generation Honda Civic because it is so easy to drive. It was the most fuel-efficient car that Honda sold at the time.
First, it was a completely built unit (CBU). Then, in 1992, Honda Atlas Cars Pakistan Limited was formed. In May 1994, the 5th generation Honda Civic was officially unveiled for the public to buy and drive. It had a 1500cc carburetor engine and a five-speed manual transmission when it first came out. A lot of people in Pakistan called it “the dolphin.”
Honda Civic Pakistan Sixth Generation
This was the sixth generation of the Honda Civic. It came out in September 1995 for the 1996 model year. It had a bold new look that quickly became popular all over the world. With different suspension and engine options, it also had the first Natural Gas Civic, the GX.
The 6th generation Honda Civic is known as “EK.” It was the first Honda to be made in Pakistan. VTi: It had a variable valve timing engine that could be used with either a 1.5L conventional fuel-injected engine or a 1.6L VTi engine. Manual and automatic transmissions were available. A lot of different types of Civics were sold around the world, but only the sedan could be bought in Pakistan.
Honda Civic Pakistan Seventh Generation
Few changes were made to the outside of the 7th generation Honda Civic, but there were a lot of changes to the car’s inside. Launched in September 2000, the new Civic was made for the 2001 model year. It had a flat back floor, which made it a small car. The new Civic came with a Prosmatec (Progressive, Shift schedule MAnagement TEChnology) transmission. The 1.5L and 1.6L Vtec engines were both available in the new Civic.
It got a new look in 2004, which made it very popular in the Pakistani market right away. Eagle-eye: The facelifted 7th generation Civic was known as that because it had a whole new look.
Honda Civic Pakistan Eighth Generation
This is the eighth generation of the Honda Civic. It was released in September 2005 all over the world, but it didn’t come to Pakistan until 2006. It had a powerful 1.8-liter 140bhp engine that was bigger and more powerful than the previous models. When it was first sold by Honda, it was called “Reborn,” which is what the company used to market it.
Honda Civic Pakistan Ninth Generation
This is the 9th generation of the Honda Civic. It was released all over the world in 2011, but it only came to Pakistan in 2012. With an Eco Assist system and a 1.8-liter engine, it came with everything you need to go green. Rebirth was the name given to it by people in Pakistan, where it took place. This generation of the Honda Civic has been the least successful because it was made with low-quality parts.
Honda Civic Pakistan Tenth Generation
The 10th Generation Honda Civic came out in 2015, and it had a new look and a wide range of cleaner, more powerful, and more efficient engines that year. When it came out in 2016, it was called Civic X. Front-wheel drive, a small sedan with a small engine. It comes in three different sizes in Pakistan: 1.8 Liter, 1.8-Liter VTI Oriel, and 1.5 RS Turbo. It comes in four different sizes around the world: LX, EX, EX-T, and EX-L.
Honda Civic Pakistan Eleventh Generation
People in Pakistan were able to buy the 11th generation of the Honda Civic 2022 on March 5, 2022.
Honda Civic 2022 Exterior
This is what the new Honda Civic 2022 looks like. It has a new generation-style front grille that is very stylish. The daytime running lights on the front of the car have an auto-off timer. In the Standard and Oriel versions, the headlights are Halogen projectors. In the RS version, the headlights are LEDs. All of these features are also available on the Civic RS.
The new Civic RS also has front fog lights and a panoramic sunroof that the base models don’t have, which makes it even better than before. There are also other features that come with all of the different models. These include a one-touch lane winker, side mirrors with turn signals and lens-style tail lights, electrically adjustable door mirrors, and remote retractable mirrors.
Honda Civic Pakistan 2022 Interior
There is a lot of room inside the 11th generation Honda Civic 2022. It is made to be comfortable and spacious. When you buy a standard or Oriel version of this car, the electric power steering is covered in rubber. When you buy an RS version, the steering is covered in leather.
When you buy a steering wheel, you can tilt it and make it telescopic, as well as use the steering switches. Standard and Priel versions have steering switches that can be used to control audio, the MID, and cruise control. In the RS version, they can also be used to control voice recognition. Behind the steering wheel, there is a 7-inch TFT multi-information display.
High-quality fabric is used to cover all of the seats in the Honda Civic 2022, which comes out in 2018. The seats can be adjusted for height and have pockets on the backs of them. During the drive, there are cupholders on the front and back armrests. Also, the car comes with power windows, power door locks, interior lighting, a USB port, trunk lid lining, a self-opening trunk, and a trunk hinge cover.
The Standard and Oriel versions of the Civic have a 7-inch MP5 touchscreen and 4 speakers, which is what you get. It also comes with a 9-inch Android-based entertainment system with navigation that has a front camera, a dynamic rear camera, a webcam, and a GPS system. When you buy the new Civic, you get two auto Aircon air conditioners with rear ventilation.
The Civic 2022 Safety
An anti-lock brake system (ABS) with electronic brake-force distribution (EBD), traction control, hill start assist, emergency stop signal, driver attention monitor, and auto-door lock by speed are just some of the new safety features in the new Honda Civic 2022, which is due out in 2022.
There are extra safety features called Honda Sensing that come with the Civic RS model in 2022. These include Collision Mitigation Braking Systems and Adaptive Cruise Control. Lane Keep Assist Systems and Auto High Beams are also part of the package.
Safety features that come with the car include SRS airbags, the driver’s seatbelt reminder, a smart buzzer, a child lock, a safety alarm, and an immobilizer.
Honda Civic Pakistan 2022 Engine
In 2022, the 11th generation of the Civic will have a 1498cc DOHC dual VTC and VTEC engine. If you buy a Civic Standard or Oriel, it has a maximum output of 95/5500-6000 kW/rpm. It has a maximum torque of 180/1700-4500 Nm/rpm.
There’s another version of the Civic that has a 131/6000 kW/rpm engine that makes 131/6000 Nm/rpm of torque. There are two types of transmissions in the Civic: M-CVT for the standard and Oriel models, and LL-CVT for the RS. Ride and Handling of the new Civic in 2022 are better than they were last year.
A lot of people think the Honda Civic 2022 is one of the best cars in its class. The car is easy to drive, has a lot of power, and is well-made. The Civic’s gas mileage is also good. The new Civic 2022 has better ride performance, but it doesn’t have a good engine.
The CVT is quick and works well with the engines in the Civics that have it. With its quick steering, this car is very easy to drive around corners. It’s easy to ride on rough pavement, and it has strong brakes that can stop quickly.
Honda Civic Pakistan Competitors
Honda Civic is not a new name in the market, and because it is made in the United States, parts for it are easy to find. It’s also easy to keep and fix because all the mechanics know a lot about the car.
People in Pakistan buy the Honda Civic, Toyota Corolla Altis Grande, and Toyota Prius, which are all made by Toyota. People in Pakistan love Toyota, so the new Civic has a lot of competition. But Honda has bigger dimensions and is more stable, but Toyota has a lot of fans in Pakistan, so the new Civic has a lot of competition there.
Honda Civic Pakistan Pros and Cons
- Turbo Engines to choose from all variants of the word
- The quality of build has been better than in previous generations.
- This is the longest car in its class.
- Compared to the Civic X, the styling isn’t as bold.
- There are only two airbags, even in the top-of-the-line RS Variant.
- Parking sensors aren’t there, so you can’t see them
- In this case, there is no wireless charging.