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    the 2006 generation Honda split the model into two different platforms, one primarily for the home market and North America and the other designed for the European market using a simpler rear suspension from the Honda Fit and more aggressive styling. As of 2006, a total of 16.5 million Civics had been sold worldwide, with 7.3 million of them in the United States.[5] Although the North American and the home market model differ externally, they are mechanically identical. The European model is available as a three and five-door hatchback while the Japanese/North American model is available as either sedan or coupe. Both Si and Type-R trim levels continue although the Japanese and European Type-R while sharing the same size engine are mechanically different. In the US an improved version of the Si tuned by Honda tuner Mugen is offered featuring cosmetic alterations and changes to the suspension and exhaust system. The Acura version of the Civic not only received the design change, but also saw a new nameplate, changing from the Acura EL to the Acura CSX. In Japan starting March 2006, the Honda dealership sales channels called Honda Primo, Verno, and Clio were disbanded, and combined into one retail dealership called Honda Cars.

    Online workshop Manual:

    http://civic.hondafitjazz.com/manual2.html

    Maintenance schedule:

    Fluids:

    Engine oil: 3.7-4 liters @5,000kms
    Havoline formula 10W30
    Havoline synthetic 5w30
    Genuine Honda (Total Repack) 5w30Transmission oilManual transmission) 1.4 L Fluid Change, 1.6 L at Overhaul @ 40,000kms.
    Honda original MTF approx 1000Rs /liter

    (Automatic transmission) 2.4 L at change, 5.9 L at overhaul @ 40,000kms
    Honda original ATF approx 1000Rs /literBrake oil: 0.9 litre after 2 years
    Honda Brake fluid. approx 1000Rs /liter

    Hydraulic Clutch oil:
    Honda Brake fluid.

    Power steering oil: 1 litre @ 40,000kms
    Honda genuine PSF. approx 1000Rs /liter

    Coolant: Manual:5.2 liter Auto:5.5 liter @1,50,000kms or 4 years
    Honda type 2 coolant
    Caltex coolant.

    Parts change:

    Brake pads change:
    recommended @ 40,000kms
    Genuine Honda pads or Original Nissin pads.

    Fuel filter change @ 80,000kms

    Air filter change @ 10,000kms
    Use Honda filter. If any other then change earlier.

    Spark plugs @ 80,000-1,00,000kms
    NGK Laser Iridiums. IZFR6K11

    Timing belt: Not required. Civic 8th gen has timing chain instead of belt which usually last a life time.

    Tune-up @20,000 kms.
    Things done:
    Throttle plate cleaned, valves adjusted, plugs cleaned/replaced and idle adjusted using HDS.

    Tyres:

    Best All rounder tires:

    Yokohama dB Decible
    Michillin Energy

    Extreme traction/grip:

    Falken ZieX 912
    Yokohama C Drive
    Comfort:Yokohama C Drive
    Dunlop Eco

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    8 GEN civic fan club and owner club -1301036

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    8 GEN civic fan club and owner club -1301037

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    8 GEN civic fan club and owner club -1301038

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    Mark X is what will give you pleasure after civic as its a Rwd 6speed AT V6

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    Nothing beats the Germans when it comes to cars


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    My red beauty at pir sohawa
    8th generation Civic fan and owner club - ynevyges

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    Assalaam U Alaikum

    Please tell me price of 2011 - 2012 Civic Vti Oriel M/T neat and Clean ride with low milage
    and please share petrol average per litre with decent light foot of manual in city as well as highway

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    @Sk_KingpiN
    Dear brother, it so happened that I had to go pick a friend up from Daewoo so I decided to make a stop over at the Honda 3S dealer right beside it. They don't keep steering emblems, I was told they can only replace the "entire airbox". Any alternate suggestions? Honestly, I'm not a DIY person.
    Also what are the pros of retaining factory fitted alloys? I have always been against trading in OEM parts for after market ones but today I saw a set of very beautiful 17s on a Civic and I was bowled over. I will be changing theTyres this week but now I'm thinking maybe I should trade in the rims and go for the same 17s. The only thing is, I've been told factory fitted Alloys are better in quality than most after market ones (I don't want to spend too much on branded rims either). So if quality is an issue, I probably will scrap the idea.
    P.S. I know about the achilles heel of bigger rims i.e. Added stress on the suspension. But I don't think that's much of an issue for me since I only drive on urban roads with almost no inter city travelling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hamza_shaukat View Post
    @Sk_KingpiN
    Dear brother, it so happened that I had to go pick a friend up from Daewoo so I decided to make a stop over at the Honda 3S dealer right beside it. They don't keep steering emblems, I was told they can only replace the "entire airbox". Any alternate suggestions? Honestly, I'm not a DIY person.
    Also what are the pros of retaining factory fitted alloys? I have always been against trading in OEM parts for after market ones but today I saw a set of very beautiful 17s on a Civic and I was bowled over. I will be changing theTyres this week but now I'm thinking maybe I should trade in the rims and go for the same 17s. The only thing is, I've been told factory fitted Alloys are better in quality than most after market ones (I don't want to spend too much on branded rims either). So if quality is an issue, I probably will scrap the idea.
    P.S. I know about the achilles heel of bigger rims i.e. Added stress on the suspension. But I don't think that's much of an issue for me since I only drive on urban roads with almost no inter city travelling.
    Bro I went to Honda classic today and they told me the same thing regarding emblem that the whole thing needs replacement.
    As for 17's, I seriously advise you not to install them. Suspension will be ruined even if you drive on urban roads. It happened with my previous car. After 20,000 km, gari kharak gaye..

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    Quote Originally Posted by InNoCeNt_DeViL View Post
    @ 8th Gen Civic Owners
    In 99% of the cases any 7th gen owner would be happy in upgrading to 8th gen civic , any 9th gen corolla owner would happily go for 10th gen current shape corolla .. But Unfortunately this is not the case here with some 8th gen owners .. 9th Gen civic Fails to impress .. after looking at it for more than a year now It still doesn?t look impressive at all ( atleast to me ) So I simply don?t want to spend 25 lacs on a car which doesn?t look better and more attractive than the car I have at present ..
    AlhamduLILLAH after using it for 13 months now still whenever I look at my car it looks Gorgeous
    SO Here is the confusion now ! Which car do u guys think is the best option to go for ??

    1. Toyota Premio 2010 New Lights 1800cc Fresh imp and unreg
    2. Toyota Mark X 2005 , 2009 reg , 250G used in Karachi for 3-4years ( 10/10 condition )
    3. Mercedes Benz C-180 CDI 2006 ( used 2 yrs in Karachi , Previous shape 10/10 condition)
    4. Honda Accord Thailand Model 2007 2.4 ? I vtec Prosmatec used for 6 years but in 10/10 condition

    I will keep the car for atleast 5 years In Sha ALLAH
    Daily running is not tht much so Fuel avg/consumption is not a problem
    All I need is a better attractive , comfortable , luxurious , Feature Rich car and better acceleration than 8th gen civic .. in other words a car which is more fun to drive than the car I have at present ?
    Premio would be trouble free and cheap to maintain as compared to others but its too sober and not sporty at all , Reborn looks better than Premio but overall Premio is a class ahead
    Merc vs Mark X

    I really don?t have any idea about the maintenance costs of both , would def prefer a car which is not very expensive to maintain ..
    I still have almost 6 months to decide , this thread is the best place to discuss ? so waiting for some sincere adv here ..
    Bhaaiiiyon koi to reply keray ...
    PREDATOR 11th Gen Corolla and RED MAMBA Reborn...
    Blast from the Past Sabre 9th gen Civic n Blue Max Reborn...

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    Quote Originally Posted by InNoCeNt_DeViL View Post
    Bhaaiiiyon koi to reply keray ...
    Mark X. Full stop. You will never regret buying and driving a Mark X!
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    Quote Originally Posted by InNoCeNt_DeViL View Post
    Bhaaiiiyon koi to reply keray ...
    I have owned and driven all the above cars which u mentioned.
    I am now driving a markx 250g as a daily runner and its damn fun to drive as compared to all others. Very fuel efficient.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hamza_shaukat View Post
    @Sk_KingpiN
    Dear brother, it so happened that I had to go pick a friend up from Daewoo so I decided to make a stop over at the Honda 3S dealer right beside it. They don't keep steering emblems, I was told they can only replace the "entire airbox". Any alternate suggestions? Honestly, I'm not a DIY person.
    Also what are the pros of retaining factory fitted alloys? I have always been against trading in OEM parts for after market ones but today I saw a set of very beautiful 17s on a Civic and I was bowled over. I will be changing theTyres this week but now I'm thinking maybe I should trade in the rims and go for the same 17s. The only thing is, I've been told factory fitted Alloys are better in quality than most after market ones (I don't want to spend too much on branded rims either). So if quality is an issue, I probably will scrap the idea.
    P.S. I know about the achilles heel of bigger rims i.e. Added stress on the suspension. But I don't think that's much of an issue for me since I only drive on urban roads with almost no inter city travelling.
    Damn I asked one of Honda classic's mechanic about steering emblem and he had told me that it only costs 600rs :/ I had stopped taking care of my car's steering emblem. Thanks for opening my eyes.

    Bro never ever go for bigger rims if you drive on bit bumpy roads. they will ruin your car's suspension in no time. Still if you want to go for 17's. invest in some good rims as chineese rims nowadays in market are totally crap. It's better to stick to OEM rims if you are not planning to spend more on branded rims.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sk_KingpiN View Post
    No problem brother
    Well key costs around 25k +/-

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    25k? Bro someone on Pakwheels mentioned buying the Oriel key for 6.5k Rs from Honda 3S and getting it programmed for the immobilizer for another 1000.
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    Yes I got the complete programmed key for 8k

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    Quote Originally Posted by RollOnBigMaMa View Post
    25k? Bro someone on Pakwheels mentioned buying the Oriel key for 6.5k Rs from Honda 3S and getting it programmed for the immobilizer for another 1000.
    You are right bro. I mixed it up with 9th gen's key.

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    @ALL
    Which engine oil have you ppl been using in your civic's?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sk_KingpiN View Post
    @ALL
    Which engine oil have you ppl been using in your civic's?

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    Zic A+ for 75k kms until the car was sold...

    Though not recommended now as Zic has many counterfeits in the market which aren't easily recognizable.


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    Total 9000

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    Quote Originally Posted by RollOnBigMaMa View Post
    Zic A+ for 75k kms until the car was sold...

    Though not recommended now as Zic has many counterfeits in the market which aren't easily recognizable.


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    Bro one of my teacher is using Zic A+ in his civic and he is more than happy with it.
    Currently I'm using Havoline Formula 10w-30 and it is serving me good. Before last change. I had tried Caltex havoline fully synthetic and to my surprise car had majorly dropped oil level in first 3k kms. I only buy oils from Caltex F-6 pump so there is no chance of any fraud etc. Engine is in perfect nick and on 10w-30 oil it doesn't even consume a single drop of oil. @irfansiddique What is the rating of this oil? How is the performance of Total 9000?

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