I am yet to see a brand new car rolling out in PK with zero faults like this. Civic might not have the exact same faults, but i have seen similar issues like this in a civic on display at Honda Point. One of the vents for heating the left front quarter glass and window, on the dashboard wasn't sitting in place. It was barely hanging on. And I saw this within 10-20seconds of sitting in the car.
I am not a fan-boy of Toyota, I equally admire my Honda City whose built clearly depicts how good the workmanship of Honda used to be. But it has declined now.
FlyBoy these details that devilz_apprentice and I are mentioning are ignored by the thousands of others. It's people like us (mad nutters about cars :P) that notice such minute details. For example, I have spent the last 25 days of my life badgering Indus because my bumper's paint did not match 100% with the body's paint until Indus was forced to repaint the bumper. Funnily it still didn't match so I badgered them till they repainted it again.
But while I was in the workshop I noticed zero meter, brand new cars had severe shade differences with regards to their bumpers and body. Out of a 100 customers, 99 wouldn't even notice those differences and the remaining 1 would just live with it. The quality and build standard across all cars manufactured in Pakistan is zilch. Why? Because the cars built here are not road tested or tested on purpose built tracks before being put up for sale. Hence there are glaring anomalies that for example to a Japanese buyer would be unacceptable (examples includes dashboard alignment, cabin noise, sound insulation, seat cushioness etc) where as we don't even notice them.
Hence, devilz_apprentice is absolutely right. No car in Pakistan, not even a Honda Civic, is without its fault. In fact because you mention it specifically, there was a huge thread about 8th Gen Civic faults on Pakwheels. Use the search feature and you might be able to find it.