The Honda Civic is one of the most popular cars in the world. The car was first unveiled in 1972, with 10 generations unveiled and now an 11th-generation model introduced in Pakistan.
According to the well-known car website Pak Wales, at least one car of the 11th generation Civic has been delivered to Pakistan from Thailand, and the car is expected to be launched in Pakistan in six to eight months.
Thailand is one of the few countries where, like Pakistan, cars drive on the left side of the road.
The 10th generation was launched in Pakistan in 2016 and it captured a large share of the market as soon as it arrived. The completely different design from the far-flung Shokh and other vehicles was very popular in Pakistan.
Six years later, in April 2021, the 11th Generation was launched in North America and has once again gone hand in hand.
The platform of the car is the same as that of the 10th generation, so it can be built on the same assembly line on which the current car is being built.
Its design is heavily influenced by another Honda Accord. The highlight of the 10th generation was its headlights, especially the rear lights that went out of the car’s body in a triangular shape.
The first time this car came out, many people thought it looked weird, but now that it looks everywhere, it probably doesn’t look so weird.
However, the design of the lights has been changed in the new generation and it has become more simple than the previous generation.
This is the first Civic to be given a fully digital speedometer. However, the interior of the car is very retro design.
The trend has started in some new cars that all kinds of buttons have been removed and if you have to turn on the AC or turn down the volume of the speaker, you have to use a digital screen for everything, which Driving is not only very difficult but can also be dangerous.
But the new Honda Civic has a lot of analog buttons and many things can be controlled without using a digital screen, which we think is welcome.
Crossover or mini SUVs are in vogue in Pakistan these days and several companies are selling vehicles in this segment, including Toyota, Kia, Hyundai, MG, DFSK, Proton, etc.
It remains to be seen whether the Honda Civic will be as popular as in the past.
In the sedan segment, Honda Civic will huge face competition from Toyota Corolla and Hyundai Elantra in Pakistan.