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    Default new civic


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    Please contact a najoomi...lol
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    A a rule of thumb...add 6 months (lead time for production and change of shell) to Thailand's introduction. The day the new Civic is introduced there, add 6 months. Keep browsing the thailand site.
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    At least the wait for new Civic has come as blessing and Civics are now available without own!

    Any guess how many new buyers would buy new Civic and how many existing car owners would jump into fray and replace their cars with it.

    One thing is sure that 1.8 engine would be drinking a lot of petrol, and if run on CNG then there is no use of spending 1.5 million.
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    Or try searching the forum since this has been answered about a hundred times.
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    @autophile
    ngine size is increased from 1.7 to 1.8 litres and horsepower is up from 117 to 140, except for the Si, which receives a 197 hp version redlining at close to 8,000 rpm. For the past few years, Honda has been criticized for its comparatively low-horsepower base engine in the Civic (2006 Mazda3 is 150 hp; Kia Spectra is 138 hp, for example), and this horsepower boost makes the Civic competitive with all vehicles in the compact class.

    Even though power is up, fuel economy is very close to the previous generation Civic (7.8/5.7 L/100 km city/highway, manual transmission). In real world situations, these cars may even beat official estimates (see CanadianDriver's 50-litre Challenge). The engine uses intelligent variable valve timing (i-VTEC) and is an ultra-low emissions powerplant.

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    and any idea about that cruise control functionality etc?? I've heard k HONDA is introducing it in the new CIVIC...Moreover, this feature has been added in the new THAILAND CIVIC 2006.....and are there any other modifications etc that we might look forward to??

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    Some where in 2006!
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