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New Honda Civic Modulo at 2016 Bangkok Motor Show (LIVE)

New Honda Civic was launched in Thailand earlier this month. Today, the car has made its public debut in two new avatars at the ongoing 2016 Bangkok Motor Show. These are in the form of Civic RS and Civic Modulo.

Civic Modulo kit can be opted with any of the variants of new Civic which are on offer in Thailand. Honda Civic Modulo kit includes sporty lower bumper (front and rear) with chrome finish over the fog light, aluminium tip for exhaust, side-skirts, black alloys, sleek ORVM with LED turn indicator, door sill with illuminated CIVIC letters, aluminium foot pedals, boot-lip spoiler, black window shields, etc

New Honda Civic is available in four trims in Thailand. These are 1.8E with CVT, 1.8EL with CVT, 1.5 Turbo with CVT, 1.5 Turbo RS with CVT. Honda’s 1.8 liter iVTEC is rated at 141 PS @ 6,500 rpm and 174 Nm @ 4,300 rpm, while the 1.5 liter Turbo iVTEC is rated at 173 PS @ 5,500 rpm and 220 Nm @ 1,700-5,500 rpm.

New Honda Civic is 4,630 mm long, 1,799 mm wide, 1,416 mm tall and sits on a wheelbase of 2,698 mm. It has a ground clearance of 125 mm and weighs 1,547 kg (kerb weight). The 1.8 liter variants feature 16 inch alloys wrapped in 215/55 rubber while the 1.5 liter Turbo variants feature 17 inch alloys wrapped with 215/50 section tyres.

On the inside, Honda Civic Modulo receives 7 inch touschscreen infotainment system with navigation, parking assist, smartohone integration, Apple CarPlay, Honda LaneWatch and Bling Spot monitoring system, remote engine start / stop, electric parking brake and much more. Price of new Honda Civic are as below-

1.8E – 8,69,000 baht (INR 16.5 lakh)
1.8EL – 9,59,000 baht (INR 18.3 lakh)
1.5 Turbo – 10,99,000 baht (INR 20.9 lakh)
1.5 Turbo RS – 11,99,000 baht (INR 22.8 lakh)

Depending on the Modulo kit personalization level, you will be charged extra from the above price.


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