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    Default 10th Generation Civic Exclusive Pakistan Launch

    Check the delivery status of your booked Honda vehicle > http://www.honda.com.pk/CarDelivery#/

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    This Thread is dedicated to the discussion/ launch regarding the most anticipated next generation Civic by Honda Atlas [ The Civic X]. Share your thoughts, opinion, expectations, wish list and anything related to the next Civic.

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    Meanwhile all members who booked car and waiting for delivery, please send me a PM if you want to be listed in the Fan/ owners thread here > https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/civ...wners-fan-club

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      by the way how important are paddle shifters?

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      Quote Originally Posted by shabbir233 View Post
      by the way how important are paddle shifters?
      Practically: useless on a family car. Just a shashka


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      So any of you shortlisted tyre upgrades? Or all are willing to give general bg luxo a shot?

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      Quote Originally Posted by arkhitekt View Post
      I never liked them to be honest at first. Specifically the dark accented part. But now, they are gradually sinking in. Considering I will not at all change them if I get an Oriel. Because changing rims make the car look fake.
      If I get a hardtop, I will probably be searching for CRZ's 5(x2) spoke 16" rims. Hardtop par chalta hai different rim but not on Oriel.
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      Quote Originally Posted by shabbir233 View Post
      by the way how important are paddle shifters?
      If you like control and power, a simulated stick isn’t just schtick, experts say.


      “Manual modes are great way to provide an additional element of control for the driver, even in everyday driving,” says Edmunds.com Engineering Editor Jay Kavanagh. “It's a very useful feature for savvy drivers.”


      Manual modes let drivers shift gears using paddles or switches (kind of like switching gears when playing Pole Position). But, like in all automatics, there’s no clutch. With Fiat’s autostick, keeping the stick to the right keeps it in automatic. When you pull the stick to the left into the manual shift gate, it acts as a switch to shift up and down. If the manual mode is off, then the car’s fully automatic.


      And why would savvy drivers want to tie up their latte-holding hand to shift if the car already does it for them?


      “With so-called 'paddle shifters,’ drivers get to both simulate the manual gear-selection aspects of a standard transmission, and extract more power from their engines.” says Eddie Alterman, editor-in-chief of Car and Driver. “Choosing, for oneself, the right gear for a corner is also a boon to the enthusiastic driver -- so, not just a gimmick.”


      But squeezing more power from the engine will probably cost you more at the gas station.


      “Generally speaking, the higher you rev your engine, the more power you produce. So holding a gear longer delivers more horsepower,” Alterman says in an email. “It also eats more gas – and while there are a few automatic-equipped cars that can post better overall fuel economy than the corresponding manual, they won't when you're shifting them this way.”


      Fiat’s autobox is designed for the automatic-loving, standard-fearing North American market.

      “For a small engine like the 1.4-liter MultiAir, being able to keep the car in a desired gear enables the driver to maximize the torque curve to his or her benefit, says Chrysler Canada spokesperson LouAnn Gosselin in an email.


      Automatic transmissions are required to have L -- a low gear setting, Gosselin says. The manual mode provides that.


      Kavanagh says manual modes also make it easier for the engine to do the braking instead of the brakes – so you can downshift the car as you approach a red light.


      “Or to be in a lower gear in anticipation of the need for a quick getaway,” he says.


      It's still not the same experience you'd get from a standard – for one thing, there’s no grinding. The car still makes decisions for you. In the Fiat's case (not to single out the tiny Italian, but you mentioned it) it upshifts automatically when the tach hits redline. Again, keep it off if you don't ever want to worry about it. But sometimes shifting can be a fun way to feel a bit more in touch with the car, and the road.

      What's the point of those paddle shifters in automatic cars? - The Globe and Mail
      Be polite on the road. Always give way to others, particularly ambulances and pedestrians.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Spano View Post
      here are the rims
      The ones on the civic usdm 8th gen are 17" si rims. Not the crz rims.

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      Quote Originally Posted by AffaanAlAziz1 View Post
      The ones on the civic usdm 8th gen are 17" si rims. Not the crz rims.

      sent from my Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+
      Yup they are 17's
      Just posted them for resemblance reference, though the design is not same coz didn't have picture of CRZ rims.


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      I wonder how CL9 Accord's 17" rims would look on Civic X. They looked amazing on previous Gens
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      I should use my Photoshop acquaintance, put them on Civic X and post them here so the visualisation gets clear for others too


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      Quote Originally Posted by arkhitekt View Post
      I wonder how CL9 Accord's 17" rims would look on Civic X. They looked amazing on previous Gens
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      I should use my Photoshop acquaintance, put them on Civic X and post them here so the visualisation gets clear for others too


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      Quote Originally Posted by arkhitekt View Post
      I wonder how CL9 Accord's 17" rims would look on Civic X. They looked amazing on previous Gens
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      I should use my Photoshop acquaintance, put them on Civic X and post them here so the visualisation gets clear for others too


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      These rims are made for 9th gen...9th gen looks soo epic.
      They won't suit civic X.

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      Quote Originally Posted by arkhitekt View Post
      Oh I confused modern steel with urban titanium.

      Yes 3rd choice is modern steel metallic. Amazing color.

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      Quote Originally Posted by autophile View Post
      Does trubo need extra maintenance like opening up the radiator type thing or any other parts for cleaning, servicing etc? If so will it entail added cost to periodic maintenance compared to NA engines?
      Not really initially, just don't let your ustaad or tap water touch the car for longevity! Get it maintained from Honda. You have to understand no one has ever worked with a turbo honda in stock form, any pre conceived notions of technology by ustaads will be out of the window because honda always finds a very different approach to problem solving vs Toyota on which the mechanics are used to.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Nabeel_Ali View Post
      Oh I confused modern steel with urban titanium.

      Yes 3rd choice is modern steel metallic. Amazing color.

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      By the way even Urban Titanium is looking cool/hot in Civic X
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      Quote Originally Posted by arkhitekt View Post
      By the way even Urban Titanium is looking cool/hot in Civic X
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      Isn't modern steel and urban same?
      Yes this colour looks very good.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Nabeel_Ali View Post
      These rims are made for 9th gen...9th gen looks soo epic.
      They won't suit civic X.

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      For visualisation help of all fellow members. I will try to edit a few rims designs on Civic X and post today. Hope it will help


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      Quote Originally Posted by deltree View Post
      Not really initially, just don't let your ustaad or tap water touch the car for longevity! Get it maintained from Honda. You have to understand no one has ever worked with a turbo honda in stock form, any pre conceived notions of technology by ustaads will be out of the window because honda always finds a very different approach to problem solving vs Toyota on which the mechanics are used to.
      Yup thats another valid point... Our "mistri ustaads" would outrightly reject turbo engine sayin "janab yeh pakistan ma fail ha... ap doosra saada engine rakhwa lain gari ma"
      Also those opting for turbo would have to bear heavy maintenance costs coz honda 3S people are usually ripoff charging way too much amount for minor issues or routine procedures aswell....now adding turbo factor will further sharpen their nails....


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      Quote Originally Posted by Nabeel_Ali View Post
      Isn't modern steel and urban same?
      Yes this colour looks very good.

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      Both these pics are Urban Titanium.


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      Quote Originally Posted by Nabeel_Ali View Post
      Isn't modern steel and urban same?
      Yes this colour looks very good.

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      Nope, Urban Titanium has a slightly brownish/reddish tinge while Modern Steel is purely towards gray/blackish tinge. Urban is more like a darker shade of the old Canyon Stone Silver by Atlas PKDM from 2006-2008 8th Gen


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      Quote Originally Posted by arkhitekt View Post
      By the way even Urban Titanium is looking cool/hot in Civic X
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      Are these image from Atlas honda ? i can see city and 8th gen civic in the background
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      Quote Originally Posted by Sarkaar View Post
      Are these image from Atlas honda ? i can see city and 8th gen civic in the background
      Naah Bro, these images are probably from Thailand


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