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    Default Civic X Owners & Fan Club

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


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    I don't know if you guys in need to trunk tray or the trunk liner. ?

    Here is the trunk liner > https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/civ...97#post5149508


    Quote Originally Posted by sashah666 View Post
    Trunk mat is available in the local market which looks very close to the OEM trunk tray. I got it for 2000/- from Karachi. Do check the local market before importing it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by AK471 View Post
    Mian Jee.... Thanks bro...👍 Fazalwahab.... Thank you bro.

    Let me just say, as stated earlier in my posts, personally I've never used any other fuel in my cars, else than Hi Octane, whichever, even my 800 cc local errands Chevy gets a dose of the blessed automotive "Marijuana" when available..😜

    Same will apply to this beauty, Inshallah... And my suggestion is still... To any Turbo owners, or for that sake, ANY CAR owner, USE THE BEST fuel you can get, always.....

    But... I was just mentioning the surprising change of language at the Honda people...

    What the heck are they up to?

    In any case... Fuel will soon be standardized anyways... So no worry...

    Btw.... I noted lining in the bonnet today.... Is this something that was around since day 1?

    Moreover.... My first impression was.... This car is incredibly light on the foot and fast, yet still does carry a pleasant "weight" to it, like Gen 8, and thanks God doesn't have the "floating" feel to it like gen 9...

    With the 225/55 DB Advan... The grounding is like "sucked to the road", very stable, noiseless, SMOOTH.... 👍 👍 👍

    Remaining impressions and Civic X photo session in separate thread soon..... Let me just get it past the 1000 in odo.. so flooring report could be posted here....

    Regards.... ☺️




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    225/55 sounds like a bad idea. Too fat!
    215/50 is oem, could have bought 225/45 instead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xaini12 View Post
    Anyone with tires and tire shop recommendation ?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bilalicious View Post
    225/55 sounds like a bad idea. Too fat!
    215/50 is oem, could have bought 225/45 instead.

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    OEM 215/50???

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    Quote Originally Posted by AK471 View Post
    OEM 215/50???

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    Sorry oem 215/55...225/50 or 215/50 in 17" would have been great.
    How much did u pay per tyre for the upgrade?

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    Well.... 225/55 is basically just one grade above OEM.... That too to the width for better road grip and steering....

    17's would have been great indeed... But honestly I think they'd affect the fuel efficiency and lightness of the vehicle a bit too...

    Rest.... 56K was the price tag for 225/55/16 Yoko DB.... The accompanying set of 4 was traded in at 20K....Balance settled was hence 36K from my side

    Tried 3 dealers... None would go above 5K for the crappy Tyre Honda throws at us.... 😠

    I can tell you... Difference of on-road "feel" with the Yokos is the difference between black and white!

    Another option was Michelin Primacy 3....they looked pretty nice too.....


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    Quote Originally Posted by AK471 View Post
    Well.... 225/55 is basically just one grade above OEM.... That too to the width for better road grip and steering....

    17's would have been great indeed... But honestly I think they'd affect the fuel efficiency and lightness of the vehicle a bit too...

    Rest.... 56K was the price tag for 225/55/16 Yoko DB.... The accompanying set of 4 was traded in at 20K....Balance settled was hence 36K from my side

    Tried 3 dealers... None would go above 5K for the crappy Tyre Honda throws at us.... 😠

    I can tell you... Difference of on-road "feel" with the Yokos is the difference between black and white!

    Another option was Michelin Primacy 3....they looked pretty nice too.....


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    Mate can you post pics of the Yokos when you have the time. I wanna see how these 225s look on the Civic

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    Quote Originally Posted by usman1texh View Post
    Mate can you post pics of the Yokos when you have the time. I wanna see how these 225s look on the Civic

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    Sure..... Lemme just give it the maiden home wash....

    Took along Chemical Guys White Light waxing paste @4200 to nurse the "chitti" at home... 😜

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    Michelin primacy 3 side walls are too soft... would certainly create bulge if not driven carefully over cat eyes or pot holes....going for 17" rims for our roads is not recommended

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    Quote Originally Posted by pesh01 View Post
    Michelin primacy 3 side walls are too soft... would certainly create bulge if not driven carefully over cat eyes or pot holes....going for 17" rims for our roads is not recommended
    Spot on... 👍

    I exactly observed this "over-softness" to the side walls of the Primacy 3 and put it aside....



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    Quote Originally Posted by AK471 View Post
    Well.... 225/55 is basically just one grade above OEM.... That too to the width for better road grip and steering....

    17's would have been great indeed... But honestly I think they'd affect the fuel efficiency and lightness of the vehicle a bit too...

    Rest.... 56K was the price tag for 225/55/16 Yoko DB.... The accompanying set of 4 was traded in at 20K....Balance settled was hence 36K from my side

    Tried 3 dealers... None would go above 5K for the crappy Tyre Honda throws at us.... 😠

    I can tell you... Difference of on-road "feel" with the Yokos is the difference between black and white!

    Another option was Michelin Primacy 3....they looked pretty nice too.....


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    I am now loving the Yokohama C Drive i got. Gave 24k with trade in for same stock size.

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    Hi Guys,

    Can any one here who have driven both Grande and 1.8 Oriel, which car is more responsive/sensitive to throttle ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by itsgumbys View Post
    Hi Guys,

    Can any one here who have driven both Grande and 1.8 Oriel, which car is more responsive/sensitive to throttle ?
    Head to Head... no clear winner but with a proper launch Grande could be few metres ahead.

    PS: My comment is restricted only to throttle. Remaining is a long description. You could check my thread, page-1 for more feedback on 10th Gen 1.8

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    Quote Originally Posted by sashah666 View Post
    Trunk mat is available in the local market which looks very close to the OEM trunk tray. I got it for 2000/- from Karachi. Do check the local market before importing it.


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    Can you tell me the shop name or location pls , did you get hold of orginal cutting floor mat and air press ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by arkhitekt View Post
    Head to Head... no clear winner but with a proper launch Grande could be few metres ahead.

    PS: My comment is restricted only to throttle. Remaining is a long description. You could check my thread, page-1 for more feedback on 10th Gen 1.8

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    Quote Originally Posted by neumaticos View Post
    What size are you looking for ?


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    looking for civic x OEM size, shop which can give me fresh import and authorise warranty, lahore city
    ?Accept what you cannot change and change what you cannot accept'

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    Quote Originally Posted by xaini12 View Post
    looking for civic x OEM size, shop which can give me fresh import and authorise warranty
    What city are you in ?


    "Neumaticos"

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    Quote Originally Posted by neumaticos View Post
    What city are you in ?


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    lahore
    ?Accept what you cannot change and change what you cannot accept'

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    Quote Originally Posted by xaini12 View Post
    lahore
    Try Tirespot Neela Gumbad or Faisal Town


    "Neumaticos"

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    Quote Originally Posted by neumaticos View Post
    Try Tirespot Neela Gumbad or Faisal Town


    "Neumaticos"
    any shop names which comes recommended?
    ?Accept what you cannot change and change what you cannot accept'

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