Saturday, February 19, 2011

Wow! What A Great Car.

Civic is quite a catch.

Somehow I have a feeling of confidence that when I know that I drive the Honda Civic. It seems that since the formation stage. But from strength to strength with all updates and changes and Sport 1.8 i - VTEC Si is no exception with an attractive appearance and good performance to match.

From the second your eyes, put on the Civic, you were immediately to streamline its smooth mix of smart 17-inch, chrome dual exhaust split screen, back, back hidden door handle, and sporty appearance and all round The quality requirements are equally impressive inside, too. Air conditioning with pollen filter with a good sound system superb half leather seats with plenty of support, sports multifunction steering wheel and more than the amount

In general comfort as well and the rear seat passenger was treated for extensive head, leg and elbow space too.

And they feel a certain universality of the modern civil trunk has a generous size distribution can be extended through the rear seats fold But enough about the look of your car and features a performance as good, but fortunately Civic lives up to the accumulation of head and around the city to move gracefully through traffic Chaos and six speed manual transmission to perform smoothly.

On the road ahead, sending gasoline powered 1.8 liters Oops much better acceleration and road holding as well as impressive, even on slippery surfaces.

Noise in the cabin is quiet and you'll feel from time to time people on the street. But most will increase the fun of driving this sports car.

One of my real criticisms is the lack of visibility through the rear split-screen. But in addition, quite a Civic and a car when you take into account the comprehensive security features, including anti-lock brakes, airbags and stability of many of the car, so she could not quite catch £ 18,700.

Facts and figures HONDA CIVIC 1.8 i - VTEC SI 5DR Price: 18.710 CZK Mechanical: 140ps, 1,799 cc petrol engine, 4cyl driving the front wheels through a manual gearbox six speed Maximum speed: 127 mph 0-62 mph: 8.9 seconds with the MPG: 42.2 Insurance. Group: 21 CO: 155g/km BIK Rating: 16% Warranty: 3yrs/90, 000 million

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Style - Honda Civic Si 1.8 IVTEC sport and look good.

Green Living? Lets Talk About Electric And Hybrids Car.

How can Electric And Hybrids Cars Effect Our Environment.

Plug-in electric vehicles may be the hip newcomers on U.S. streets this year, but they aren't the only eco-friendly stars, a scorecard of greenest cars reveals Tuesday.

The natural gas Honda Civic GX wins top honors for the eighth year, earning 54 points, followed this time by the all-electric Nissan Leaf and the gasoline-powered, two-seater, the Smart Fortwo, according to the 14th annual environmental ratings by the private American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE.)

Hybrids (Toyota Prius, Honda Civic and Honda Insight) take the next three spots, followed closely by Ford's new Fiesta SFE (Super Fuel Economy) and the new Chevrolet Cruze Eco. Also making the top dozen are three other gas-powered cars (Hyundai Elantra, Mini Cooper, Toyota Yaris) as well as the Chevy Volt, a new electric vehicle with a back-up gas engine.

"We're seeing an increasing number of highly efficient gasoline options from both foreign and domestic automakers along with the first electric vehicles," ACEEE vehicle analyst Shruti Vaidyanathan said in announcing the results, which include five new models among its top dozen.

Why don't plug-in electric cars win hands-down?

"Vehicles running on electricity emit nothing from the tailpipe, but their 'upstream' emissions can be substantial, depending on where they're charged. As U.S. power generation becomes cleaner, these vehicles' scores will rise," said Therese Langer, ACEEE's transportation director.

The ratings are based not only on tailpipe emissions but also fuel consumption, emissions that cause global warming and emissions associated with battery manufacture and disposal. Hybrids lose a few points because of their batteries.

The ratings, posted on ACEEE's website, also pick winners in each vehicle class. Honors go to trucks and SUVs such as the Hyundai Tucson, Chevrolet Equinox, GMC Canyon, and the Ford F-150 (FFV).

The "meanest" list this year includes mostly heavy trucks and SUVs, a marked change from the numerous European sports cars that dominated last year's list. The Bugatti Veyron gets the overall lowest score, 19.

The New Honda Civic 1.8S-L Variant With Value Added Premium

The New Improved Of Honda Civic.

Honda Malaysia Sdn. Bhd. today announced the introduction of a new variant for the award-winning 8th Generation Honda Civic. Fans of the stylish and sporty Honda Civic will be pleased to note that the popular Civic 1.8S model now comes with a ‘luxury’ variant, the Civic 1.8S-L. The new variant comes complete with additional quality features that are set to create a whole new benchmark for the value driven, conscientious customer.

The new Civic 1.8S-L promises to captivate with its new value added features while still offering outstanding performance and a fun driving experience. The driving experience is now enhanced with cruise control, audio remote control on the steering wheel, door mirror with side turn, metallic meter side panel and chrome outer handle. The new variant is also fitted with plush leather interior for that added luxury and comfort while traveling.

The new Honda Civic 1.8S-L is priced at RM119,980.00 (On-the-Road with Insurance). With this introduction, Honda Malaysia targets to sell 750 units of the Civic per month, with the 1.8S-L comprising 30% of the sales. As at May 2010, Honda Civic’s market share in the non-national mid-size sedan segment stands at 34%, and this ever-popular model continues to maintain No.1 position in its segment for the 4th consecutive year.

Honda Malaysia also forecasts that the 8th Generation Civic model will contribute 20% of total sales for 2010. To-date, the 8th Generation Civic has achieved accumulated sales of more than 37,000 units in Malaysia.

Commenting about the new variant, Mr. Toru Takahashi, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Honda Malaysia said, “Ever since the launch of the 8th Generation Civic in 2006, we have continuously improved on the model based on customer feedback that we received. With each improvement and enhancement, Honda Malaysia seeks to understand and meet the expectations of our customers. The new Civic 1.8S-L is no different. Ultimately, our aim is to achieve No. 1 in Customer Satisfaction and we will continue to offer products of the highest quality at reasonable prices.”

“Over the years, the Honda Civic has become an iconic model known for its performance as well as advanced and dynamic appearance. We are confident that the Civic will continue to appeal to people who constantly seek for progression and are passionate about life as it, reflecting the dynamic personality of Civic fans. These people are in search of a vehicle that enhances their image and captures the essence of stylishness and confidence.” added Mr. Takahashi.

The new Honda Civic 1.8S-L is available in the current Civic colour line-up of Taffeta White, Crystal Black Pearl, Alabaster Silver Metallic, Sparkle Gray Pearl and Urban Titanium.