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    Default Honda Civic 9th Gen Fan Club (2013)

    Salam,

    As we just recently bought a Civic 9th Gen (2013) shape and could not find its fan Club on Pakwheels.

    So making one, all who own this car or want to own one are allowed to share their views, problems, pics etc of their car.

    All the owners of this Latest model should share pics of their car and their views.


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    Quote Originally Posted by bilal.toru View Post
    My bad. i sat in a 2009 corolla XLI and it felt light. then i sat in a 2013 Altis and man was its door heavy. yesterday i checked a grande again consciously and it was light. i think you are right their chassis are same with adjustments, the major one being the engine and transmission.
    i was expecting the grande to be much heavier but to my surprise it wasn't. i wonder why they are making things lighter and heavier (corolla). is it by design or simple flukes???
    Lighter is always better. It increases performance, decreases fuel consumption and enhances braking. So if new corolla has lighter doors, good for it. The door of xli would be lighter because it has no electric power windows motor etc. the Gli or Grande will have a little bit heavier door. Thats okay. but do not ever think that it adds to the weight considerably and/or enhances the ride stability.
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    Quote Originally Posted by usman_arooq2 View Post
    because all corollas are same according to you, and any top of the line corolla is obviously considered the most comfortable pkdm and honda's are known for their sharp handling and hard suspension (the 9th gen is something in between).
    Soft suspension doesnt mean comfortable ride. Sit in a brand new S class or something and u ll notice that they have stiff suspension which makes them go around like a sports car yet its sooo comfortable that you can drive it for 10 hrs without a break! Its a well known fact in Pakistan that on long journeys, Civic is less tiring compared to corolla. It has a lot to do with the driving position as well. the 2002-2008 corolla's driving position was like that of a Jeep CJ7. It was pathetic to drive on long drives. The newer ones was better but civic is still way ahead in terms of comfort where it really matters. although i agree that its suspension is a bit stiffer then corolla which might make the cabin move too much on bad roads. but on long drives, nothing beats a civic in that category.

    I rest my case. Over and Out!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ahmadbila View Post
    Soft suspension doesnt mean comfortable ride. Sit in a brand new S class or something and u ll notice that they have stiff suspension which makes them go around like a sports car yet its sooo comfortable that you can drive it for 10 hrs without a break! Its a well known fact in Pakistan that on long journeys, Civic is less tiring compared to corolla. It has a lot to do with the driving position as well. the 2002-2008 corolla's driving position was like that of a Jeep CJ7. It was pathetic to drive on long drives. The newer ones was better but civic is still way ahead in terms of comfort where it really matters. although i agree that its suspension is a bit stiffer then corolla which might make the cabin move too much on bad roads. but on long drives, nothing beats a civic in that category.

    I rest my case. Over and Out!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ahmadbila View Post
    Soft suspension doesnt mean comfortable ride. Sit in a brand new S class or something and u ll notice that they have stiff suspension which makes them go around like a sports car yet its sooo comfortable that you can drive it for 10 hrs without a break! Its a well known fact in Pakistan that on long journeys, Civic is less tiring compared to corolla. It has a lot to do with the driving position as well. the 2002-2008 corolla's driving position was like that of a Jeep CJ7. It was pathetic to drive on long drives. The newer ones was better but civic is still way ahead in terms of comfort where it really matters. although i agree that its suspension is a bit stiffer then corolla which might make the cabin move too much on bad roads. but on long drives, nothing beats a civic in that category.

    I rest my case. Over and Out!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ali.archilounge View Post
    Hum QUM kay melay mai bichar gayey thay... Lolz

    Hahaha
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    Corolla and Civic both are econo family sedans. It is unfair to cite MB for any reference.
    Be polite on the road. Always give way to others, particularly ambulances and pedestrians.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bad_Cheetah View Post
    These weights are usually on the inner side of the rim.
    But if i am not wrong, these days there are automatic balancing machines which specify whether to put the weight on the outside or inside of the rim.

    You can get these for free from any tyre shop.
    I hope you're not planning to buy one and put on the rim because you need a special tool to fix these.


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    Bro i checked 3 of my rim shave the weights on the inside of the rim but i cant see the value, the third driver side front rim has no weight. Is this normal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by afnanSJfayaz View Post
    Bro i checked 3 of my rim shave the weights on the inside of the rim but i cant see the value, the third driver side front rim has no weight. Is this normal?
    Nothing to worry about bro.
    That's normal, if the wheel is aligned perfectly then there is no need for a weight, therefore one of your wheels is without it.

    As for the weight reading, it is usually mentioned on the weights, i think OEM ones dont have the reading written on them.

    These usually come in the denominations of 5-10-15 grams.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bad_Cheetah View Post
    Nothing to worry about bro.
    That's normal, if the wheel is aligned perfectly then there is no need for a weight, therefore one of your wheels is without it.

    As for the weight reading, it is usually mentioned on the weights, i think OEM ones dont have the reading written on them.

    These usually come in the denominations of 5-10-15 grams.


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    Right. Thanks. Appreciate the help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by afnanSJfayaz View Post
    Right. Thanks. Appreciate the help.
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    Manual 9th gen civic is Beauty. The real driving thrill of this car can only be experienced in a manual. I have driven auto and believe me compared to manual it's nothing. Manual is 2 times faster with no doubt. Suspension is better than reborn. Mileage wise I have seen people with auto transmission get 10-11 in city and be excited about it. I can easily get 13-13.5,14 in city on congested roads. ECO mode gives more control as without it if you floor the pedal the car goes crazy, I only turn it off on empty or open roads. There is approximately a difference of 1200 rpm's in the acceleration if you keep the throttle on 1000 rpm and turn off the ECO mode. try it! Other wise it is comfortable as well as fun to drive. Likes to eat rides like premio,prius,grande. I know there are many other faster engines magar jub pedal dabao tou yeh bhi nikalti haiii. Really satisfied and thank god I went for manual! This car is boring in auto transmission, thats my opinion

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    everyone been asking for manual mileage, sorry for late reply guys but the mileage is awesome in city. it gives me around 13-14 in the city on roads with rush. It is certainly a lot better than what auto gives. Plus manual haters, the gear box is sexy as well as the clutch. Wont know until you drive one. However, it is certain that an auto will consume more petrol because its gear box stays engaged all the time and it wants more fuel anyway. Manual is all about how it's driven. If you drive like a sports car then all the fuel you have in the tank is less for the all new r18. The best way is to go till 80-90kph and then rely on light strokes on the accelerator. This car gives best mileage this way other wise if you go too fast or too slow it's going to want more fuel. peace

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    @fahadmalik3
    I own a manual civic and couldn't agree with you more. Prosmatec literally feels very awkward after driving a manual civic.

    I'm also getting exactly same mileage figures and on long route with AC, I got 16.6km/l with hard foot + normal foot. Manual civic ftw!



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    Here's mine. 2014 Civic ivtec Manual.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sk_KingpiN View Post
    Here's mine. 2014 Civic ivtec Manual.
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    Nicely detailed man. Pretty reflections
    What goes around, comes around.

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    Nicely detailed man. Pretty reflections
    Thanks a lot for the appreciation Bilal




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