The Pakistani and Japanese Hondas use better plastics, the thailand ones are rattly like the british ones, the north american versions feel like recycled melamine dinner plates, they warp, crack and rattle and chip off when being removed. Those cars are not even painted correctly either.
the reason you see higher mileage cars being run globally except Pakistan is the "sastaa aur mayaari" mindset that people have, they would use extremely poor engine oil and run the car dead cold for centuries along with oil leaks, water for coolant, nitto taped wirings and cut screw fasteners because its "sastaa" and "chalti ka naam gaari"
e.g. in USA a mechanic wont do less than quality work as he has to give a work warranty - so no used parts are allowed anything bad or worn is replaced at customer expense - lets take axle work from Shah-jee axle in Karachi compared to work from joe shmoe shop in USA.
shahjee axles will sell you a cobbled together axle with mash potato grease and junk rubber boot which will cause early death of 2 years at max and you pay again. same job in USA/Canada will mean a proper rebuilder has extruded the axle cup and installed a new spider cage along with new balls, filled with CVJ grease and using the correct boot - this axle is not cheap, the mechanic will not repair your car if you bring your own junkyard axle or home built axle, as he cannot warrant his work.
^^ Proper repairs last longer
lets take case of checking headgasket - people just open the radiator cap and see some bubbles and for them it automatically means - headgasket gai kaam se - and then the usual stupid "head phase" - which is actually called head facing is done with super rough stone cut, that too multiple times and then the head is tightened down with "haath ka andaaza" torque wrench.
^^ - this repair does not last and eventually junks the engine, then you line up at "assembly swap" line from babloo ustaad - so your civic may never cross 200,000 kms.. let alone double that.