Honda Malaysia has announced that the new Civic, which was officially launched in February this year, remains No.1 in the C-Segment with a captured market share of 70%.
To-date, the new Civic is currently the 3rd best-selling model in Honda Malaysia’s overall sales. While the Central region contributed 44% to the total sales, 17% came from the Southern region, followed by 15% from the Northern region.
The White Orchid Pearl colour appears to be the favourite among customers, representing 42% of the overall sales for the New Civic.
According to Honda Malaysia, the new Civic is receiving positive response from the market with a total of more than 6,500 bookings as of June 2020.
It is also worth mentioning here that the Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM) took delivery of 425 units of the Civic 1.8S last month to be used as patrol vehicles.
That being said, the delivery timeline for the new Civic is one month waiting period and stocks are available to meet customers demand.
The New Civic’s price list after the sales tax exemption is as mentioned below:
Honda Malaysia has presented 425 units of the new Civic 1.8S to the Royal Malaysia Police (RMP) to be used as new mobile patrol and enforcement vehicles.
Locally assembled, the Civic being presented here is the latest model which was launched in February 2020, featuring a new front bumper, a new grille, new 16-inch alloy wheels, as well as new automatic wiper and Front Sensor.
Powered by a 1.8L i-VTEC engine mated with Honda’s Earth Dreams Technology Continuous Variable Transmission (CVT), the New Civic 1.8S offers delivers 141 PS and 174 Nm of torque.
Awarded with five-star safety rating by ASEAN NCAP, the new Civic is also equipped with safety features such as 6 airbags, Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA) with Agile Handle Assist (AHA), Hill Start Assist (HSA), Emergency Stop Signal (ESS), Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS), Brake Assist (BA) and Auto Brake Hold (ABH).
PLUS Malaysia Bhd (PLUS) has been informed by the Traffic
Police, that all commercial vehicles (i.e lorries and trucks), transporting
essential necessities such as food, perishables, medical goods as well as
petroleum fuel will have quicker clearance at the roadblocks via a dedicated
The move by the Police during the Movement Control Period
(MCO) period is to facilitate and speed up movement of essential items as well
as enable Ministry of Health officers, doctors, nurses and enforcement agencies
to speedily reach their target destinations throughout the Covid-19 period.
The Police inspection and diversions for routes heading
towards the highway are within the Police’s authority and jurisdiction. The
public can contact the PDRM Hotline at 03-2266 3356 for latest updates on road
diversions and inspection throughout this period.
Critical services such as the PLUSRonda and the toll-free
PLUSLine 1800 88 0000 are still available 24-hours a day in the event of
PLUS also takes this opportunity to urge the public to
adhere to the MCO and to remain at home in order to help flatten the spread of
Covid-19 and more crucially to protect one’s health and family’s wellbeing.