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  1. Honda has confirmed pricing details for the all-new Civic. Starting from £29,595 OTR or from £349* per month through Honda Finance, the 11th generation Civic is available exclusively as a hybrid; equipped as standard with Honda’s advanced self-charging two-motor e:HEV (hybrid electric vehicle) powertrain technology. The car’s launch marks the completion of the brand’s Electric Vision strategy for all its mainstream passenger cars in Europe to be electrified by the end of 2022. The range starts with the Elegance grade, which features 17-inch alloy wheels, fabric seats, front and rear parking sensors and rear camera, a seven-inch multi-info display binnacle, and an eight speaker, Apple CarPlay/ Android Auto compatible infotainment, and navigation system as standard. As with all new Honda models, all Civic grades are equipped with Honda SENSINGTM, a comprehensive system of class-leading safety technologies and driver aids including Lane Keeping Assistant System, and the new Traffic Jam Assist function. Starting at £30,595, the Sport grade gains a fabric and synthetic leather combination for the seats, sports pedals, LED fog lights and unique gloss black mirrors offset against low-gloss black window surrounds as well as striking 18-inch black alloys. The Advance grade starts from £32,955, and includes an upgraded, premium 12-speaker BOSE ‘CenterpointTM’ sound system. Advance grade cars also feature a panoramic sunroof, Adaptive Driving Beam (ADB) headlights and an upgraded 10.2” multi-information display binnacle. Additional features also include two-tone black and diamond cut finished 18-inch alloys, leather seats and a heated steering wheel. “The launch of the all-new Civic marks an important milestone for the brand, celebrating the iconic model with the best iteration yet,” Rebecca Adamson, Head of Automobile for Honda UK said. “It has once again set the benchmark in practicality, efficiency, performance and safety, tailored to modern customer demands across Europe." This year, the Civic celebrates its 50th anniversary having sold over 27.5 million models across 170 countries since it first launched in 1972. The 11th generation Civic builds on this long history of success, with an evolution in design, driving dynamics and powertrain technology that will appeal to both old and new Civic customers. Order books for the all-new Honda Civic e:HEV opens July, with first deliveries commencing in the UK from October 2022. Customers can register their interest now on the Honda website: www.honda.co.uk/cars/new/civic-hybrid/civic-register-interest/register-interest.html 
  2. What changed for the fobs to stop working, battery disconnected?
  3. Probably not worth spending money on to rectify the issue Easier and cheaper to roll down the window (can fit wind deflectors if too draughty or noisy)
  4. Hi Chris....welcome to the Club The airbag recall was pretty much across the Honda range fitted with a Takata airbag which was faulty
  5. Honda has confirmed that its recently announced new C segment SUV is to be named ‘ZR-V’. Set to go on sale across European markets in 2023, the all-new model will slot between the HR-V and CR-V in the Honda line-up. The ZR-V will be powered by the outstanding e:HEV full hybrid powertrain, further expanding Honda’s range of electrified options to customers. The announcement begins the next stage of Honda’s European electrification strategy. With further electrified SUV models set to follow, the ZR-V marks an important evolution in the Honda line up, with the brand concentrating even further on this rapidly growing segment.
  6. Try this one? https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/194313661561?hash=item2d3dff2c79:g:PHEAAOSwtC1gqxU4
  7. There has been an issue with Honda clocks resetting to 2002 and this may also have affected other settings. Chat to your local Honda dealer about this known issue and see if they can reset at no cost
  8. Try your local Honda dealer first as sometimes the spare wheel kit isn't too expensive through them
  9. Sounds ominous. Worth also checking if you have an oil cooler or if the oil circulates through the radiator to cool it, sometimes these can go porous and allow transfer of the fluids. If not then it may be head gasket failure that would need further investigation.
  10. There should be some on ebay https://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=p2499334.m570.l1313&_nkw=honda+crv+air+con+compressor&_sacat=131090
  11. Hi Dave Your car will probably have a catalytic converter with one lambda sensor and also it will more than likely have onboard diagnostics but in a very simple format (OBD1 or flash codes). The emissions failure may be down to something as simple as an exhaust leak which is drawing air, a perished vaccum hose on the intake or various other issue, not necessarily relating to the catalytic converter. An exhaust gas readout (4 gases + lambda readings) would narrow down the fault
  12. Try this company https://www.iceboxauto.com/iba-honda-entertainment-systems#/specFilters=2!#-!469!-#!1!#-!14
  13. Hi Lanty263 ....welcome to the Club Good to have you onboard!
  14. Hi Bigdyl69 ..... welcome to the Club Looking forward to reading your posts and feel free to help out with answering any posts. Good to have you onboard!
  15. Hi.....welcome to the Club I cannot think what could be causing this issue as if it was an electronic or fuel fault then this would show up as an engine management fault and flag a fault code. It may be a manual issue, such as carbon build up but with the mileage for its age and that you tow with it suggest that its getting the driving style it needs. Could it be a transmission issue I wonder?
  16. Hi Jakehands ....welcome to the Club Can't go wrong with a Honda, reliability and looks!
  17. I'm not sure if iCarSoft has the capabilities to reset the DPF, worth checking their site
  18. Hi Les.....welcome to the Club I had this on my CR-V and it was the rear toe that was out. The arms are adjustable by slackening off the locknuts and dialing in the correct setting. If you take it to Protyre as they have Hunter alignment equipment but the correction has to be made from the rear before the front settings. Let us know how you get on with it
  19. Hi.....welcome to the Club! Lexus are definitely there with Honda in reliability and build quality, just cheaper to run the Honda as you have already stated. Good to have you onboard
  20. Hi Irfan.....welcome to the Club Not sure about the handbrake casing but maybe get the one from eBay, use the parts you want and sell the rest back on. It does help to engage the clutch to start the car and also safer if left in gear
  21. Make sure there is not a screw holding it in place
  22. I have heard of this issue before but without searching this site for the solution I cannot remember what the problem with the buzzer. Try the search function first to see what comes up
  23. More than likely the fuel filter needs changing Chances are it hasn't been done for a while as they are quite hard to access
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