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Thread: Honda should launch CIVIC CX (CNG) in Pakistan

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    Default Honda should launch CIVIC CX (CNG) in Pakistan

    It is exclusive cng fueled with following specs

    cap= 1.7 lit
    power=100hp
    range=200+ miles =320 kms
    C/R=12.5

    I think it will be a winner and will out sell all others in its class.


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    can't agree more..............
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    i think id prefer hybrid version of the civic to come..wont have to deal with crappy cylinders and all...
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    No cylinder problem with civic cx as it is dedicated cng car and not a retrofit. I case of hybrid u will have to worry abt expensive replacement of battery packs.

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    I'm with the CNG option. Not prepared for petrol at all even on a hybrid.
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    Guys, no offence but I really think that people should'nt go for high end cars if they arent prepared to pay for petrol. I cant disagree more when people driving Civics and other cars costing Rs10,00,000+, say that petrol is so expensive that we cant afford it, but we do want to buy cars worth over a million rupees!
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