Want to buy a Honda Civic Type-R? Use our car loan calculator to easily calculate your monthly payments in the Philippines. Enter the loan amount, interest rate and term, and get the results instantly. Check monthly payment price calculated by simulating a down payment of 35%, a loan interest rate of 12%, and a loan period of 4 years through the Honda Civic Type-R Loan Calculator.
The following prices are calculated based on: the prices of different Honda Civic Type-R car variants, a 35% down payment, a 4-year loan term, and a 12% interest rate.
If you’re among the buyers who missed out on the first batch of the 2023 Honda Civic Type R, there’s some good news ahead. “Considering the global demand, HCPI has plans of bringing in the second batch in the second quarter of this year,” Honda Cars Philippines Inc. (HCPI) vice president Louie Soriano told AutoFun Philippines. “Detailed timing and volume will be announced later,” he added. HCPI originally brought in 40 units of the Type R that had been launched on January 2023. All 39 were sold
The 2023 Honda Civic Type R is one of the most exciting performance cars to launch in the Philippines this year. However, it is facing trouble in the United States, where Honda Cars ordered the stoppage of all sales of the Type R on March 31, 2023 for a safety recall. The issue? Improperly manufactured seat frames. “The driver’s seat and cushion frame assembly may have faulty welds which may lead to squeaking, rattling noises, or breakage of the seat frame weld,” the carmaker said in its service
AutoFun Philippines has extensively covered the depths that dealers and resellers would go to make big bucks off a hot, new car. Irate buyers of the recently launched Honda Civic Type R FL5 approached us after Honda Cars Philippines dealers were reportedly asking for up to ₱800,000 over the car’s ₱3,880,000 price tag. Some dealers were even disallowing straight-cash purchases and pushing for financing packages with huge interest, which the Department of Trade and Industry is punishable with jail
It’s the first Sunday of February – and yes, even I’m still in shock about how fast time flies. As before, it’s time for your weekly dose of the AutoFun Philippines Rearview Roundup. We reviewed the stories that you liked the most from Jan. 30 to Feb. 3, 2023. Here are the top five that you chose. 4-year waiting list AutoFun Philippines has reported extensively on the illicit behavior of local Honda Cars dealers related to the 2023 Honda Civic Type R. Some customers told us that “bidding wars” a
So, you’ve finally gotten enough cash in your piggy bank to buy your dream car or motorcycle outright. But there’s just one hitch – the dealership and/or agent won’t sell it to you unless you buy it through financing at a much higher cost, as many of our readers have reported to AutoFun Philippines. Financing schemes allow dealers to get more profit from a unit because of the higher total price, which includes interest rates. AutoFun Philippines reported the extreme levels of this practice with
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