This Highly-customized Honda Civic Looks Surreal - CHECK HERE

by Jatin Chhibber | 09/03/2021
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Here are a few images of a modified Honda Civic, which employs a lot of aftermarket modifications on the outside and on the inside. Check it out here.

The Honda Civic is quite popular among the buyers in the Indian market for its aggressive looks. In our market, it got discontinued a few months back due to its low demand. But, people who still own the tenth-gen Civic in India do not like to keep it in the stock form, since it looks sportier after getting modified. Here are a few images of the Honda sedan, which employs a lot of modifications, and it looks unreal.


Check Out This Tastefully Modified Old Honda Civic [Video]

Front-side-fascia-of-Honda Civic

Talking about the customizations, this Honda Civic gets an FC Type R body kit, which makes the car look more aggressive. It sits quite close to the ground as the stock suspension has been replaced by Eibach Inc lowering springs for better road performance. It also gets a full system exhaust by Borla along with a K&N filter. On the side, one can see that the sedan gets aftermarket 18-inch white coloured alloy wheels, which are shod with 234/45 section rubber. The brake callipers of the car are painted in Neon Green colour shade, which looks pretty unique. Upfront, the grille of the Civic has been blacked-out, and the logo is painted in neon green colour shade. The exteriors of the car have been fully dechromed and the cabin of the sedan gets several faux carbon fibre inserts. Inside, it also features a customized music system. One of the most eye-catching modifications in this car is the addition of Cool Teal wrap by Avery Dennison.



This Honda Civic Looks Like It's Imported From Japan

Other than this no customizations have been done on the car. The overall cost of these modifications is not known, but they seem to be quite expensive. All these customizations have been done by JS Wraps, who are situated in Gurgaon. One can directly contact the modifier for more information. The Honda Civic was offered with a petrol and diesel engine. The former came paired with a CVT, while the latter came coupled to a 6-speed MT. In the Indian market, the tenth-gen Honda Civic rivalled the likes of Skoda Superb and Hyundai Elantra.

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