2024 Honda Civic Oriel

Ex-Factory Price Rs.8,659,000 Lacs EST

2024 Honda Civic Oriel

2023 Honda Civic

The Pakistani automaker and Honda affiliate Atlas Honda produces the Honda Civic there.

The first Honda Civic featured a 1,169 cc four-cylinder water-cooled engine and front power disc brakes when it was introduced to the world in 1972. It may be ordered as a two- or four-door fastback sedan, a three- or five-door hatchback, a five-door station wagon, or another variation.

In 1979, the Honda Civic of the second generation went on sale with the 1980 model designation. It was more spacious inside, had an angular form, and had an improved engine. Three transmissions were offered for this generation of Honda Civics: a 4-speed manual, a 5-speed manual, and a 2-speed semi-automatic Hondamatic.

In September 1983, the third generation made its global debut for the 1984 model year. The new model had a more elegant look and a longer wheelbase in addition to being more roomy inside. The third generation Honda Civic was able to win the “1983 Car of the Year Japan Award” because to its improved construction and pleasant interior.

In September 1987, the fourth generation Honda Civic—with a fresh and improved design—was introduced. With a lower hood line and completely independent rear suspensions, the automobile had greater dimensions. This generation provided a wide selection of vehicles and trim levels for diverse markets throughout the globe.

For the 1992 model year, the Honda Civic’s fifth generation was unveiled in September 1991. The new Civic had larger interior and exterior dimensions, which also increased the vehicle’s total size. Additionally, it had a curvier body than previously and more aerodynamic appearance. The ride was smoother and the automobile performed better because it had a higher cowl that allowed for additional suspension travel. As a result, the fifth-generation Honda Civic won the title of “Japan Car of the Year.” At the time it was sold, it was Honda’s most fuel-efficient vehicle.

The fifth-generation Honda Civic was first introduced to the Pakistani market as a completely built unit (CBU), but it wasn’t until May 1994—following the establishment of Honda Atlas Cars Pakistan Limited in 1992—that it received its official introduction. A 1500cc carburetor engine and a 5-speed manual transmission were included. In the Pakistani market, it was often known as as “the dolphin.”

For the 1996 model year, the sixth generation Honda Civic was released on the international market in September 1995. It had brash, contemporary style that gained worldwide acclaim right away. It also came with Honda’s first Civic powered by natural gas, the GX, as well as several suspension and engine choices.

Few cosmetic modifications and more inside ones were made for the 7th generation Honda Civic. The redesigned Civic, which was introduced in September 2000 for the 2001 model year, was classified as a small vehicle size due to its flat back floor. The new Civic has a Prosmatec (Progressive’s, Shift schedule Management Technology) gearbox and was available with 1.5L and 1.6L Vtec engines.

The eighth-generation Honda Civic was introduced in September 2005, however it wasn’t until 2006 that it arrived in Pakistan. Its outstanding 1.8-liter 140bhp engine was the most powerful and had the biggest displacement when compared to the earlier variants. In Pakistan, it acquired the nickname “Reborn,” which Honda had originally used to promote this model.

The 2011 global introduction of the 9th generation Honda Civic preceded its arrival in Pakistan in 2012. It had an Eco Assist system and a 1.8-liter engine. In Pakistan, it was referred to as “rebirth.” Due to its subpar construction, this version of the Honda Civic is by far the least successful.

In addition to a variety of cleaner, more powerful, and more efficient engines, the 10th Generation Honda Civic entered the global market in 2015. It was introduced in the Pakistani market in 2016 with the name Civic X. It is a subcompact car with a front-engine and front-wheel drive. It is marketed internationally in 4 variants: LX, EX, EX-T, and EX-L. It is available in Pakistan in 3 variants: 1.8 Liter, 1.8-Liter VTI Oriel, and 1.5 RS Turbo.

The 11th-generation Honda Civic 2023 was introduced on March 5th, 2022 in Pakistan.

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Honda Civic Engine:

The Honda Civic 11th generation is equipped with a 1498cc DOHC dual VTC and VTEC engine. In Civic Standard and Oriel models, it produces a maximum power of 95/5500-6000 kW/rpm and a maximum torque of 180/1700-4500 Nm/rpm.

In contrast, the engine in the Civic RS model produces a maximum power of 131/6000 kW/rpm at a torque of 131/6000 Nm/rpm.

While the RS model has an LL-CVT transmission, the Civic Standard and Oriel variants have M-CVT transmissions.

Honda Civic Price:




Honda Civic Standard


PKR 8,329,000 EST

Honda Civic Oriel


PKR 8,659,000 EST

Honda Civic RS


PKR 9,899,000 EST

Honda Civic Exterior:

The new Honda Civic  has a fashionable design language and a front grille in the latest generation fashion. Daytime running lights with an auto-off timer are located on the front of the vehicle. While the RS model has LED headlights, the Standard and Oriel versions use halogen projector headlamps. Additionally, the Civic RS has auto high beam, auto lighting adjustment, and auto headlights.

The basic models of the new Civic lack front fog lamps and a panoramic sunroof. One-touch lane-winker, side mirrors with built-in turn signals, lens-style tail lights, electrically adjustable door mirrors, and remote retractable mirrors are additional features that come as standard in all models.

Honda Civic Interior:

Honda Civic  11th generation inside is intended to be cosy and roomy. The Standard and Oriel versions of the automobile have urethane-wrapped electric power steering, while the RS version features leather-wrapped steering.

The steering wheel has tilt, telescoping, and steering switch adjustments. The steering switches in the Standard and Priel variants provide drivers access to audio controls, MIDs, and cruise controls; the steering switch in the RS variation additionally gives drivers access to voice recognition controls. A 7-inch TFT multi-information instrument display is located behind the wheel.

The Honda Civic  seats are upholstered with premium material. Back pockets and height-adjustable chairs are included. There are cupholders in both the front and back armrests. Power windows, power door locks, inside illumination, a front USB connection, the lining of the trunk lid, a self-opening trunk, and a trunk hinge cover are further standard equipment.

The 7-inch MP5 touchscreen and 4 speakers are standard on the Civic Standard and Oriel models. A front camera, a dynamic back camera, and a webcam are all supported by the 9-inch Android-based entertainment system that comes with the RS model.

The new Civic has rear ventilation and dual auto Aircon air conditioning.

Honda Civic Competitors:

Toyota Corolla Altis Grande and Toyota Prius compete with Honda Civic in the Pakistani market. Due to its greater size and superior stability, Honda outperforms both the Altis Grande and Prius, although Toyota faces stiff competition from the new Civic in Pakistan because of its strong and devoted fan following.

Honda Civic Specifications:



Vehicle Sedan
Price Rs.8,659,000 Lacs EST
Kilometers n/a
Color Carnelian Red Pearl/Crystal Black Pearl/Lunar Silver Metallic/Meteoroid Gray Metalic/Morning Mist Blue Metallic/Teffeta White/Urban Titanium Metallic/Taffeta White
Transmission Automatic
Drive Type Front Wheel Drive
Engine 1.5L


Year 2024
Make Honda
Model Civic Oriel
Vehicle Sedan
Seats 5
Doors 5
Drive Type Front Wheel Drive
Transmission Type Automatic
Fuel Type Petrol
Engine (l) 1.5