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VIDEO: 2022 Honda Civic FE in Malaysia, From RM126k



VIDEO: 2022 Honda Civic FE in Malaysia, from RM126k

The all-new 2022 Honda Civic is finally here in Malaysia. This is now the 11th-generation of the legendary nameplate, codenamed the FE, and for us it represents a big leap forward for the model.

For the very first time in Malaysia, all Civic models get a VTEC Turbo engine, as well as Honda Sensing as standard. And of course, we’re getting the RS version of the Civic, too. Let’s start with the price first. The 2022 Honda Civic now starts from RM125,635 for the base E variant, RM138,043 for the V, while the range-topping RS goes for RM144,350.

Compared to the outgoing Civic FC, the new FE’s base price has gone up by about RM16,000, but of course, you are now getting the turbo engine and Sensing as standard. But even the RS is now around RM10,000 more expensive than the previous flagship. Anyway, that’s still significantly cheaper than the Mazda 3, spec for spec, so there’s that.

As for looks, this is a big departure from the previous Civic. It’s definitely less exciting and sporty now, but instead, it looks more mature, more solid than before. It’s less boy-racer as well, and we do like the new look. It’s more classy, more European than Japanese.

One thing we can appreciate is the FE’s better proportions. It looks more like a proper sedan now, instead of having a sloping roofline like a hatchback. At the same time, they’ve kept it interesting with a small kink at the window line. Clever design, this.

Round the back, it can pass off as a Volkswagen or an Audi. It’s more square cut, way more mature in design than the previous model. Some of us at the team actually prefer this cleaner look, but your opinion may vary. To each their own, right?

The range topping RS model stands out with the badges, the black headlight inserts, as well as blacked out side mirrors, door handles and window frame. The wheels are bigger too at 18 inches, with a very sporty, almost JDM aftermarket design to it. The tyres are the same Michelin Pilot Sport 4 as before.

At the back, there’s a large boot lid spoiler that looks like it came out of a BMW M Performance catalogue, plus visible twin tailpipes with chrome finishers too.

Non RS variants don’t really look all that different, but of course with chrome rather than black inserts. The wheels are smaller too – 17 inchers for the V and tiny 16s for the base E. The E loses out on front foglamps too, which is a shame, especially with the big price increase.

Size-wise, the new Civic is now almost 4.7 metres-long, and it’s longer, wider and taller than the FC, while the wheelbase is 33 mm longer than before. Weight is actually up by around 50 kg, but Honda claims that the new chassis is now between 8% to 13% more rigid than before.

One unique feature on the new Civic is the Smart Wiper System. The washer nozzles are directly mounted on the wiper arms, so they clean the screen better, while using less fluid. This is standard across the range, but unfortunately only the RS has automatic wipers.

Inside, the new Civic is a revelation. If you were to cover up the badges and guess what brand this is, some would have guessed either Volkswagen or Audi, seriously. Again, this is a much classier, more minimalist design than what we’re used to with Honda, in a good way of course. Perceived quality is also quite good, with soft-touch materials used on the top half of the dashboard and the door cards.

The thing you’ll notice the most are the air-con vents hidden behind the honeycomb mesh strip. You control the airflow with a joystick, and we think it both looks good and works well too.

But, speaking of the air-con, it has to be mentioned that the climate control system has been downgraded from a dual-zone unit to a single-zone now. But, at the same time, it’s very easy to use with these three large knobs with a quality feel to them.

For infotainment, there is a nine-inch touchscreen display with the same interface as the latest Accord. Also, more importantly, it supports wireless Apple CarPlay, which is fantastic news. Android Auto still requires a cabled connection, though.

What’s missing is a wireless phone charger, which is a peculiar decision. Especially with wireless CarPlay, your iPhone’s battery will constantly be draining, unless you plug it up, which then defeats the purpose of having a wireless connection in the first place. That’s a weird call.

Another questionable spec choice is the semi-digital instrument cluster here, which is standard across the range. This is similar to the ones fitted on the City Hybrid, which does work quite well, but it’s not the more advanced, full digital instrumentation that our neighbours in Thailand get.

One last thing that Malaysians miss out on is the fancy Smart Key Card, but at least we still get remote engine start and walk away auto lock as standard. Other than that, the Civic has steering paddle shifters, electronic parking brake and for the first time, a driving mode switch. The new Sport mode adjusts the CVT to a more aggressive shift pattern, while increasing steering weight, too.

As for seating, the RS gets a leather and suede combination with sporty red stitching, while the V gets full black leather instead. The base E is downgraded to fabric upholstery and fully manual driver’s seat, compared to the eight-way power adjustable seat in the V and RS. Headlining is also all black for the RS, and plain grey for the rest.

At the back, as to be expected from a Civic, it’s pretty spacious. Hafriz is 167 cm tall, and in the video, you can clearly see copious amounts of legroom and headroom left available. Our 180 cm-tall colleague fits in quite well, too.

With the new Civic’s longer wheelbase, the engineers have managed to make the seat backrest angled by one additional degree, which makes it more comfortable for longer journeys. Also, as an upgrade over the Thai model, our version of the Civic comes with rear air-con vents. Thank goodness!

For boot volume, the new Civic offers 497 litres of space. That is pretty respectable for the class, although it’s actually around 20 litres less than the mighty old Civic FC. Still, it will swallow four suitcases with ease, and you can fold the seats down for more room, of course.

Under the bonnet is Honda’s familiar 1.5 litre four-cylinder VTEC Turbo engine, now making 182 PS and 240 Nm of torque. That’s an increase of 9 PS and 20 Nm from before. The transmission is the same as before – an Earth Dreams CVT that powers the front wheels, but both the engine and gearbox have been revised to offer better performance and quicker response.

As for actual performance, it depends on the variant you choose. The base E gets from 0-100 km/h in 8.3 seconds, while the V takes 8.4 seconds. The RS, despite looking the sportiest, is actually the slowest in the range, taking 8.5 seconds to 100 km/h. That’s all due to the larger wheels and extra weight. Fuel consumption is affected too – the E and V are claimed to average at around 6.0 litres per 100 km, while the RS takes it up to 6.3 litres per 100.

On to safety. All three variants get the full Honda Sensing advanced driver assist system as standard, so you now get autonomous emergency braking (AEB), adaptive cruise control with low speed follow, lane keeping assist with lane centring. This is full Level 2 semi-autonomous driving, and there’s also auto high beam.

Instead of using a combination of a radar and camera like before, the new generation Honda Sensing relies solely on a single wide camera up front for all the active systems. Honda claims that it is more effective than the previous setup, as well as systems from its competitors.

That’s not all, though. New to the Civic FE is the Lead Car Departure Notification System, which alerts you if you fail to react to the car ahead when moving in a traffic jam. And yes, it’s similar to Perodua’s system.

Honda LaneWatch is still here, as Honda says it works better for our market because it can detect motorbikes more clearly compared to a normal blind spot monitoring system. Six airbags and electronic stability control are standard, so overall, Honda is again setting new standards for safety for the Malaysian market. Well done, Honda Malaysia.

So, that’s the all-new 2022 Honda Civic, now available for the Malaysian market. What do you think about the looks, price and specs of the 11th-generation Civic? And how do you rate it against the old Civic FC? Let us know in the comments section!

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An ardent believer that fun cars need not be fast and fast cars may not always be fun. Matt advocates the purity and simplicity of manually swapping cogs while coping in silence of its impending doom. Matt’s not hot. Never hot.

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Smartlane Di NKVE – Lorong Kecemasan Dibuka Pada Waktu Puncak, Setia Alam Ke Shah Alam, 60 Km/j



Smartlane di NKVE – lorong kecemasan dibuka pada waktu puncak, Setia Alam ke Shah Alam, 60 km/j

Jangan ‘rasa marah’ dan terus merakamkan foto untuk ditularkan sekiranya anda ternampak barisan kereta melalui lorong kecemasan di lebuhraya NKVE, pada waktu puncak.

Ini adalah kerana PLUS Berhad, selaku pengendali NKVE, telah mendapat ‘lampu hijau’ daripada Lembaga Lebuhraya Malaysia (LLM) dan polis, untuk menguji keberkesanan “Smartlane” bagi mengatasi aliran trafik sepanjang waktu puncak. Di mana dalam tempoh waktu puncak tersebut, lorong kecemasan dibuka sebagai laluan tambahan sementara untuk menambah kapasiti lorong dan membantu melancarkan aliran trafik.

Buat masa ini Smartlane sedang diuji di NKVE dari Setia Alam ke Shah Alam, iaitu dari KM 3.2 hingga KM 9.2 arah utara, dari jam 6.30 pagi hingga 9.30 pagi pada Isnin hingga Jumaat kecuali cuti am. Had kelajuan yang ditetapkan ialah 60 km/j. Ujian ini akan dilaksanakan sehingga 23 Januari 2022.

Sebenarnya, Smartlane ini bukanlah baru dilaksanakan. Jabatan Siasatan dan Penguatkuasaan Trafik (JSPT) menjelaskan ujian tersebut sepatutnya bermula pada Oktober 2019, namun ditangguhkan ke Mac 2020. Walau bagaimana pun, ketika itu, negara sedang melaksanakan Perintah Kawalan Pergerakan (PKP), jadi tidak perlulah lorong tambahan tersebut. Namun disebabkan sekarang semua sektor telah kembali beroperasi dan sesi persekolahan juga kembali dibuka, maka kesesakan trafik kembali ‘bermaharajalela’. Justeru, ujian Smartlane diteruskan sehingga waktu yang ditetapkan.

JSPT terpaksa menjelaskan perkara ini kerana terdapat video yang ditularkan pada awal minggu ini yang memaparkan kenderaan menggunakan lorong kecemasan tersebut. “Papan tanda dengan maklumat Smartlane telah dipasang di laluan itu supaya tidak berlaku salah faham dalam kalangan pengguna lebuh raya,” kata JSPT sambil berharap agar pengguna jalan raya akan lebih prihatin terhadap papan tanda jalan dan memastikan fakta tersebut adalah sahih sebelum memuat naik kandungan ke laman sosial media.

Ledakan adrenalin dan impak maksima. Antara barisan ayat yang paling digemari apabila menggambarkan prestasi sesebuah jentera. Sebelum terlibat di dalam industri auto pada tahun 2011, dia sekadar gemar melihat sport rim tetapi kini lebih suka menerokai kehebatan sesebuah jentera itu.

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Toyota Corolla Cross 1.8 Hybrid CKD Dilancar Di M’sia Bersama Varian 1.8G, 1.8V CKD, Dari RM123k-RM137k



Toyota Corolla Cross 1.8 Hybrid CKD dilancar di M’sia bersama varian 1.8G, 1.8V CKD, dari RM123k-RM137k

Selepas tempahannya dibuka seawal Oktober 2021, kemudian rupa dan spesifikasinya didedahkan Isnin lalu, hari ini secara rasmi Toyota Corolla Cross 1.8 Hybrid dilancarkan untuk pasaran Malaysia. Varian lebih mesra alam ini dihasilkan secara pemasangan tempatan (CKD), dan pelancaran hari ini turut disertai bersama versi CKD untuk varian petrol penuh 1.8G dan 1.8V.

Oleh itu, kini pembeli boleh memilih tiga varian Corolla Cross CKD di Malaysia bermula dengan varian paling asas petrol 1.8G pada harga RM123,000, varian pertengahan juga dengan enjin petrol 1.8V berharga RM129,000, manakala varian paling tinggi sekarang adalah 1.8 Hybrid yang dijual pada harga RM136,550. Untuk rekod, Toyota Corolla Cross yang diimport sepenuhnya (CBU) dari Thailand sebelum ini dijual pada harga bermula RM124,000 untuk model 1.8G dan RM134,000 bagi model 1.8V.

Kesemua angka-angka yang dinyatakan ini adalah harga atas jalan tanpa insuran, termasuk pengecualian cukai jualan sepenuhnya untuk model-model CKD sehingga akhir Jun tahun ini. Ia juga diberikan perlindungan waranti selama lima-tahun tanpa had perbatuan.

Manakala model 1.8 Hybrid pula diberikan perlindungan menyeluruh untuk sistem hibrid berkenaan (termasuk bateri, inverter dan juga unit pengurusan kawalan kuasa) selama lapan-tahun tanpa had perbatuan. Pembeli juga boleh memanjangkan perlindungan waranti tersebut dua tahun lebih lama (10-tahun secara keseluruhan) dengan bayaran tambahan RM2,950.

Corolla Cross merupakan model pertama Toyota yang diasaskan dari platform baharu Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA) yang dipasang di Malaysia, menerusi fasiliti terkini UMW Toyota Motors yang terletak di Bukit Raja, Shah Alam. Selain dari harganya yang lebih murah, model petrol versi CKD ini turut menampilkan beberapa tingkat taraf kelengkapan.

Untuk model petrol penuh, kedua-dua model 1.8G dan 1.8V masih menerima enjin 2ZR-FE 1.8 liter Dual VVT-i yang menghasilkan kuasa 139 PS pada takat 6,400 rpm dan tork maksima 172 Nm pada takat 4,000 rpm. Ia digandingkan dengan kotak gear CVT yang diberikan tujuh-kelajuan maya dengan mod manual, bagi memacu hanya roda hadapan.

Manakala bagi model 1.8 Hybrid pula, ia menerima unit rangkaian kuasa hibrid elektrik Toyota generasi keempat, terdiri dari enjin kitaran Atkinson 2ZR-FXE 1.8 liter empat silinder berkuasa 98 PS pada takat 5,200 rpm dan tork maksima 142 Nm pada takat 3,600 rpm, bersama motor elektrik berkuasa 72 PS dan tork maksima 163 Nm.

Secara keseluruhan, sistem ini menghasilkan kuasa gabungan 122 PS bagi memacu roda hadapan menerusi kotak gear automatik E-CVT, tanpa menampilkan sebarang kelajuan maya. Motor elektrik pada model hibrid ini menerima kuasa dari bateri nikel logam hidrat berkapasti 6.5 Ah yang ditempatkan di bawah tempat duduk belakang, membolehkan ia mengekalkan ruang kapasiti but belakang.

Unit rangkaian kuasa ini menyediakan tiga mod pemanduan iaitu mod Eco yang memberikan penggunaan bahan api paling efisien, mod Sport untuk pemanduan lebih agresif serta mod EV yang memberikan pemanduan menggunakan kuasa elektrik sepenuhnya dengan enjin petrol dimatikan terus. Secara keseluruhan Corolla Cross Hybrid ini mampu mencapai penggunaan bahan api 23.3 km/l.

Menurut UMWT ketika sesi pandu uji Corolla Cross Hybrid untuk media pada awal minggu ini, kabin model 1.8 Hybrid ini adalah lebih enam desibel lebih senyap berbanding versi petrol penuh ketika ia memecut sepenuhnya, serta empat (hadapan) dan tujuh (belakang) desibel lebih senyap ketika bergerak dengan halaju malar 60 km/j.

Malah prestasi untuk versi hibrid ini juga lebih baik dari versi petrol kerana model 1.8 Hybrid ini mampu memecut dari 0-50 km/j 2.1 saat lebih pantas; 0-80 km/j 1.7 saat lebih pantas; 0-100 km/j 0.9 saat lebih pantas berbanding Corolla Cross 1.8G dan 1.8V.

Bagi model 1.8G, ia kini dibekalkan dengan lampu hadapan LED secara standard dengan fungsi follow-me-home, tetapi masih mengekalkan rim 17-inci dengan tayar 215/60R17. Kesemua varian Toyota Corolla Cross untuk pasaran Malaysia kini menerima perincian standard termasuk lampu kabus LED hadapan dan belakang, pengelap cermin automatik, cermin hadapan akustik, lampu belakang LED, cermin sisi elektrik (auto-lipat, larasan automatik ketika undur), dilengkapi rel bumbung yang boleh menampung beban sebanyak 70 kg serta penderia kaki untuk membuka pintu tailgate belakang.

Untuk model 1.8V dan 1.8 Hybrid, ia dipadankan dengan rim aloi 18-inci dengan tayar 225/50R18. Model CKD ini juga menyaksikan tayar Michelin Primacy 4 yang dipadankan pada model CBU sebelumnya digantikan dengan tayar Toyo Proxes CR1 yang didakwa memberikan penggunaan bahan api serta keselesaan yang lebih baik. Model kumpulan pertama CKD ini hanya akan diberikan port USB-A di belakang, dan ia akan digantikan dengan port USB-C bermula Februari nanti.

Manakala bagi model 1.8 Hybrid, ia menerima lampu hadapan Bi-LED dengan serlahan biru bersama lencana-lencana Hybrid pada badan bagi membezakannya dari dua model varian petrol lebih rendah.

Pada bahagian kabin, kedua-dua model petrol penuh menerima skrin pelbagai info berwarna TFT 4.2-inci pada panel instrumen, sistem pendingin hawa automatik zon tunggal. Untuk model asas 1.8G, roda sterengnya menampilkan butang untuk sistem cruise control biasa selain butang kawalan sistem audio, telefon dan lain-lain.

Manakala untuk semua varian, kabin Corolla Cross ini didatangkan standard dengan tempat duduk upholsteri kulit hitam dengan fungsi larasan kuasa lapan-hala bagi sebelah pemandu serta fungsi lipat nisbah 60:40 dengan larasan rebah kebelakang satu langkah untuk tempat duduk belakang.

Sistem infotainmen juga adalah seragam untuk semua varian SUV segmen-B ini, yang terdiri dari skrin sesentuh kapasitif Display Audio sembilan-inci yang menyokong hubungan Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, Miracast, USB dan Bluetooth, serta menerima enam pembesar suara.

Bagi model 1.8V dan 1.8 Hybrid, ia diberikan stereng dengan butang cruise control adaptif dan bantuan pengesan lorong (kerana dibekalkan dengan sistem Toyota Safety Sense), serta sistem pencahayaan pada pintu hadapan, pemegang cawan dan tray tengah.

Khas untuk varian tertinggi 1.8 Hybrid, ia hadir dengan skrin pelbagai info berwarna TFT lebih besar bersaiz tujuh-inci, sistem pendingin hawa automatik dua zon, dan juga cermin padang belakang elektrokromik.

Varian Hybrid bagi Corolla Cross pasaran Malaysia ini masih tidak menampilkan brek parkir elektronik, dan dia masih menggunakan brek parkir manual menggunakan pedal kaki seperti model petrol. Namun ia diberikan karpet kaki serlahan biru bagi menandakan ia adalah varian lebih mesra alam.

Untuk keselamatan, kesemua varian Corolla Cross pasaran Malaysia menerima kelengkapan standard termasuk Pemantau Titik Buta (BSM) dengan Amaran Lintasan Trafik Belakang (RCTA), Bantuan Mula Mendaki dan Sistem Amaran Tekanan Tayar (TPWS). Kelengkapan keselamatan standard lain yang turut dibekalkan termasuk tujuh-beg udara, cagak tempat duduk keselamatan kanak-kanak Isofix di belakang serta penderia parkir hadapan dan belakang.

Seperti yang disebutkan tadi, model 1.8V dan 1.8 Hybrid dibekalkan dengan sistem bantuan pemanduan Toyota Safety Sense (TSS) yang menampilkan fungsi seperti Sistem Pra-Perlanggaran (PCS), Amaran Penukaran Lorong (LDA) dengan Bantuan Stereng, cruise control adaptif/Kawalan Melayar Radar Dinamik (DRCC), Bantuan Pengesan Lorong (LTA) dan Lampu Tinggi Automatik (AHB).

Sistem kamera perakam digital (DVR atau dashcam) untuk bahagian hadapan adalah standard untuk kesemua varian. Namun untuk mereka yang mahukan unit perakam sebelah belakang, ia turut ditawarkan sebagai ciri opsyen. UMW Toyota turut menawarkan fungsi pengecas telefon pintar tanpa wayar untuk semua varian Corolla Cross, juga dengan bayaran tambahan.

Ketiga-tiga varian Corolla Cross pasaran Malaysia ini juga diberikan sistem telematik kenderaan (VTS) secara standard. Ia adalah sistem yang mampu untuk menjejaki kedudukan kenderaan menggunakan isyarat GSM/GPS. Sekiranya kereta dicuri, pusat panggilan 24/7 akan dapat mengesannya dengan segera dan memaklumkan pihak berkuasa untuk tindakan pantas. Ciri ini ditawarkan dengan langganan percuma selama tiga tahun.

Lima warna badan ditawarkan untuk model 1.8 Hybrid ini termasuk Red Mica Metallic, Nebula Blue Metallic, Platinum White Pearl, Silver Metallic serta warna eksklusif Celestite Grey Metallic. Setiap pembelian model ini datang sekali dengan waranti pengeluar selama lima-tahun.

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Farid mula menggilai kereta dengan menghafal logo dan jenama kereta ketika berumur 4 tahun, dan selanjutnya belajar membaiki kereta di institut kemahiran awam tempatan. Selalu membayangkan diri menjadi kerdil masuk ke dalam sistem mekanikal untuk diagnosis masalah dan memahamkan diri sendiri berkenaan teknologi baru. Dek selalu berangan mahu jadi seperti Tiff Needell, akhirnya diberi peluang untuk menyertai dunia media permotoran pada tahun 2012.

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Toyota GR GT3 Concept Revealed – Customer Race Car



Toyota GR GT3 Concept revealed – customer race car

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The big news from Toyota Gazoo Racing (TGR) at the Tokyo Auto Salon 2022, which opens today at the Makuhari Messe, is the GRMN Yaris, a GR Yaris that has been further tuned. Limited to just 500 units for Japan, the GRMN Yaris is lighter, hotter and ships with branded goodies from Recaro, Bilstien and BBS.

Here’s its more mysterious fellow debutant. The GR GT3 Concept is described as a racing-dedicated concept car that incorporates the knowledge and tech TGR has gained in motorsports (Toyota fields factory teams in WRC rallying and World Endurance Championship, WEC). It’s a bespoke GT3-class race car that might be commercialised rather than the other way round – adapting a road car to be a race car.

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“TGR is committed to further accelerating customer motorsports activities to make the world of motorsports sustainable. Promoting ‘driver first’ car development and with a desire to provide attractive cars that customers participating in GT3, which is the pinnacle of customer motorsports, would choose, TGR has unveiled the GR GT3 Concept,” TGR said.

TGR says that by commercialising motorsports cars over merely adapting production vehicles for use in motorsports, it intends to “use feedback and technologies refined through participation in various motorsports activities to develop both GT3 and mass-production cars and further promote making ever-better motorsports-bred cars,” citing the acclaimed GR Yaris as an example.

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Future super sports car to sit on top of the GR range? What do you think of the GR GT3 Concept? The long hood and pushed back cab shape reminds me of the AMG GT. What’s a GT3-class race car like? Check out the 992 Porsche 911 GT3 Cup, BMW M4 GT3, Audi R8 LMS GT3 evo II, Acura NSX GT3 Evo22 and the Mercedes-AMG GT3.

Now you see why Toyota, which is led by a petrolhead and is committed to racing and drivers cars, must have one of its own. When this comes to life, expect to see it in Japan’s Super GT as well.

Danny Tan loves driving as much as he loves a certain herbal meat soup, and sweet engine music as much as drum beats. He has been in the auto industry since 2006, previously filling the pages of two motoring magazines before joining this website. Enjoys detailing the experience more than the technical details.

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