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Civic vs Suprima S

Overview Honda Civic Proton Suprima S
Off Road Price*
(Kuala Lumpur)
RM 108,165 RM 78,277
Available Color(s)
Civic Colors
Suprima S Colors
Fuel Type
Petrol
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Petrol
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Vehicle Type
Sedans
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From The Experts

  • Pros
  • Cons
Honda Civic

Despite being a car meant for masses, the Honda Civic looks absolutely smashing. The blended looks of a coupe and a luxury saloon have worked wonders for the Honda Civic, as the car does manage to turn many heads with its sharp and eye-catching sporty design.

While it is not as futuristic and ahead of its times on the inside as the eighth generation version was, the current tenth generation version of the Honda Civic still is very modern and feature-rich on the inside. You do get all the comfort and convenience features on the inside which one would expect from a midsize sedan of this category.

Honda has always plonked in the best of VTEC technology in the Honda Civic, and the current generation version is no different. Having the same 1.8-litre powertrain from the previous generation, the new Civic is also being offered with an optional 1.5-litre turbocharged petrol engine which promises the thrills of a 2.4-litre engine.

Proton Suprima S

Affordable

Easy to handle

Honda Civic

As with the previous generation, while the Civic feels large on the inside, the rear seat cabin doesn’t feel as it belongs to a car of this class. The legroom and knee room are only decent, while the headroom is at a premium due to the sloping roofline.

While the 1.8-litre petrol engine is pretty good in terms of outright power, the CVT gearbox robs the driving fun a little bit, as the long rubber-band effect of the CVT minimizes the thrill of the power delivery. The paddle shifters, however, do try hard to spice up the things a little bit.

Proton Suprima S

Dated design

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