Honda Malaysia has presented 425 cars of the New Civic 1.8S model to the Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM), which are to be used as patrol cars and enforcement vehicles. These number 1 best-selling C-segment models will help law enforcers enforce the law efficiently in the country.

Royal Malaysian Police
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Specifications and Design

These Honda Civic models have an awesome refined design, excellent performance, handling, and drivability, making them ideal for this patrolling job and other Malaysian police responsibilities.

Royal Malaysian Police
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The cars come in white colour and bear special police livery in different colours like red, yellow, and blue. . The Civic’s outstanding exterior shows an excellent refined design with sportier fastback styling that provides a good sport like feel. Its front bumper displays a bold look, and it has sixteen-inch Alloy Wheels that shows an excellent low and wide stance and gives the car a sleek presence.

The car engine is EEV (Energy Efficient Vehicle) certified, giving us a proper and dynamic performance that any great vehicle will do. It is also extremely fuel-efficient, making it ideal to be used as a patrol and law enforcement vehicle. There are new and improved features of safety and convenience in the car. Some of those features include Auto Front Viper, Front Sensor, Six Airbags, Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA), Hill Start Assist (HSA), Emergency Stop Signal (ESS), Anti-lock Braking System (ABS), and many other unique features.

Price

One Honda Civic 1.8S costs MYR 1,13600, which is approximately 4.4 million Pakistani rupees. This price is without the police livery and specifications needed for patrolling. At this price, 425 cars will cost around 48,280,000, equal to 1.8 billion in Pakistani rupees. This amount is massive but is spent for the well-being of the citizens.

In the words of the Managing Director and CEO of Honda Malaysia, “We are grateful to the Royal Malaysia Police for their services and sacrifices in ensuring the safety of Malaysians over the past months.”

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