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In Pakistan, Honda’s 11th-Generation Civic 2022 Makes Its Debut

In Pakistan, Honda’s 11th-Generation Civic 2022 Makes Its Debut

March 3, 2022 / By Zunair Tahir / News Pakistan

Honda Atlas Cars Limited (HACL) has officially released the all-new Civic in Pakistan, making the small sedan category in Pakistan significantly more intriguing.

The new Civic was also unveiled in a digital launch, presented by Aamir H. Shirazi, President of Atlas Group, Hironobu Yoshimura, CEO of HACL, and Aamir Nazir, General Manager Sales and Marketing at HACL, who informed the audience about the vehicle’s numerous features.

Unlike the 6th generation Honda City, which was released last year, the 11th-generation Civic is the most recent model on the market, and it outperforms its competitors, such as the Toyota Corolla and Hyundai, in terms of performance and amenities. Even if it comes at a hefty price.




VariantsPrices (PKR)
Civic 1.5 Standard5,099,000
Civic 1.5 Oriel5,399,000
Civic 1.5 RS6,149,000

Exterior Design :

When it comes to style, the new Honda Civic is more conservative than its predecessor, which is a good thing.

With a large bumper grille in the middle and a streamlined primary grille between the headlights, the front end appears dignified but intimidating. The bright Daytime Running Lights (DRLs) on the newly styled headlights contribute to the intimidating appearance. The overall refinement is enhanced by the lengthened and straightened-out bonnet design.

Along the length of the vehicle, the side profile exhibits clean and basic lines. The 2017 Civic comes with 17-inch black alloy rims (16-inch in basic and mid-level models) in Pakistan, which are more appealing than previous generations.

The ‘European design influence’ is most visible towards the back end. The car’s angular and sharp taillights, straightened-out boot lid, high-up bumper reflectors, center trim down below, and dual oval exhaust tips (in the top grade only) give it a sporty appeal.

Interior Design :

The inside of the 11th-generation Civic has been completely redesigned by Honda. The inside has a luxury vibe thanks to a simple dashboard design, silver trim elements throughout the cabin, and ambient lighting. The premium variant’s inside is black with red stitching, while the base and mid-level models’ interiors are dark grey.

It sports a huge 9-inch infotainment screen with Apple Carplay and Android Auto on the top. The lowest models have soft fabric upholstery, while the premium models have leather upholstery.

Engine Design:

The 2018 Honda Civic will be available in three different models. A turbocharged 1.5-liter four-cylinder petrol engine with 127 horsepower (hp) and 180 Newton-meters (Nm) of torque will power the base and mid-level models, which will be coupled to an M-CVT automatic gearbox.

The top-of-the-line model also has a 1.5-liter turbocharged engine with 176 horsepower and 220 Nm of torque, as well as an LL-CVT automatic transmission.

It has McPherson struts in the front and multi-link coil springs in the rear. It also has disc brakes on all four wheels, as well as an Anti-lock Braking System (ABS), Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (EBD), and Brake Assist (BA) system for good stopping power.

According to, the new Civic has a worldwide fuel economy of 14 liters per kilometer; however, values in Pakistan are likely to differ. The new Civic will also be the quickest, most thrilling, and capable vehicle in the country, with a power-to-weight ratio (PWR) of roughly 0.35 hp/kg.


Dual AirbagsAdaptive Cruise Control (Honda Sensing)
Rain Sensing Vipers (Top Variant)Multiple Drive Modes (Top Variant)
Hill-start AssistSmart Infotainment System
ABSAdvanced Gauge Cluster with Digital Information Display
Automatic Headlights (Top Variant)Electronically Folding Mirror
Fog Lights12 Volt Socket
Parking SensorsUSB Connectivity
Backup CameraAutomatic Climate Control
Immobilizer System and Burglar AlarmKeyless Entry
Central Power Door Locks and Walk Away DoorlocksSteering Wheel Multimedia-Control Switches
ISO Fix Child Seat AnchorsAdjustable Steering Wheel
Electronic Parking BrakeSemi-Digital Gauge Cluster
Lane Keep Assist (Honda Sensing)Automatic Trunk
Heated Door Mirrors (Top Variant)Drowsiness Detection
Autonomous Braking (Honda Sensing)Paddle Shifters
Lane Departure Warning (Honda Sensing)Voice Control
Lead Car Departure Alert (Honda Sensing)Auto-Dimming Mirror (Top Variant)
Vehicle Stability Control and Traction ControlSunroof (Mid and Top-Variant)

Weight and Dimensions:

The Civic is somewhat bigger than its competitors, despite being a C-Segment small car. What is known about its dimensions is as follows:

MeasurementsHonda Civic
Wheel Base2,736 mm
 Overall Width1,801 mm
Overall Length4,674 mm
Overall Height1,415 mm
Ground Clearance (Unladen)134 mm



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