The new Honda Civic has been recently launched in Thailand, where the model has a starting price of 773,000 baht for the entry-level 1.8 S Manual version.
According to the Japanese based car manufacturer, the new Honda Civic has a smaller footprint and a shorter wheelbase by 30 mm to 2,670 mm, but the leg room should be quite enough to suit just about everyone. Honda says that the cabin has been redesigned too, and it’s retaining the company’s two-tier dashboard, and in the more expensive versions, a color screen is incorporated, making the driver’s life a lot easier.
Honda says that the 2.0 liter model is being offered with the Navi package, along with features like the ECON button on the steering wheel and push start keyless entry. The 2.0 liter engine is developing a total output of 155 PS and it has a peak torque of 190 Nm available at 4,300 rpm. Besides this unit, the 1.8 liter one is also available, with its 141 PS and 174 Nm of torque at 4,300 rpm. Both engines are mated to either a the five-speed automatic transmission, with paddle shifters on the 2.0 liter version, while the 1.8 liter one can also be ordered with a five-speed manual.