Jump to content

Honda General Discussion Forum | Honda Accord Forum | Honda City Forum | Honda Civic Forum | Honda Crosstour Forum | Honda CR-V Forum | Honda Element Forum | Honda HR-V Forum | Honda Jazz Forum | Honda Legend Forum | Honda Odyssey Forum | Honda Pilot Forum | Honda Prelude Forum | Honda S2000 Forum

fkk00

Where To Get The BEst Priced Civic Spares In Abu Dhabi?

Recommended Posts

Hi.

Need to change the front shock absorbers for my Civi 2008 LXI.

Located in Abu Dhabi. What will be the best place/store to buy reasonably priced spares???

Regards

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

To be honest, I dont know much about Abu Dhabi as I briefly stayed there for couple of months in past. You can actually drive to mussaffa area and walk around to get quick quote on your job. In Abu Dhabi, Mussaffah is the only place where you will find all the mechanics and spare part shop spread into few industrial area blocks.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now

  • Similar Content

    • By arfaqllc
      2nd owner. Been with me for last 4 years. In immaculate condition.
      Custom Modified Hood
      Body Kit and Spoiler
      LED headlights and Foglights
      Pioneer DVD with Sony Speakers
      Neat and Clean interior recently detailed.
      230,000 km
    • By Gaurav
      Due to some unforeseen situation we like to switch the drive to Maliha area instead of Sweihan. Rest everything as usual.
      Apologies for last minute change and will definitely do the sweihan route next week IA.
      Meeting time: 11:30 PM, convoy will move sharp at 11:45 PM
      Where: Adnoc Petrol Station Maleha Road
      GPS Coordinate: https://goo.gl/maps/mzb26kxzte72
       
      As promised after my two weeks break, will offer something really exciting for all experienced off-road drivers at Carnity. So what better than Sweihan adventurous night drive in the month of July when we have some well experienced night hawks in the convoy now. Thanks to Rahim bhai teaching in last few drives to break their fear of leading, I think this Sweihan night drive will hone their skills even more with tall rolling step dunes. They are difficult to enter due to their height, and one can only access them through "steps" strategy. Once on top they are fun to drive as all big dunes are inter-connected and offer broad ridge to ride and kick your last drop of adrenaline. 
      P.S. This is real Sweihan area drive and not Nahil area what we did in March. This will be quiet a few notch above Nahil dunes.
      For newbies, I will post something equally exciting in next week for 13 July 2017.
      When: 6 July 2017
      Meeting time: 11:00 PM
      Starting time: 11:15 PM (SHARP)

      Where: First ADNOC service station on E20 (Al Haiyir to Nahil) after turning right from Dubai - Al Ain (after faqa).
      GPS Coordinate: https://goo.gl/maps/CgheV2mSLp12
      Level of drive: Fewbies - Intermediate

      Type of drive: Adrenaline kicking fun drive with plenty of breaks and food time on top of some awesome dunes
      Plan: Learn advance night sand off-road driving
      What to bring along: Food, water, liquids, smiles, stories, enthusiasm and willingness to learn
      Approximate finish time: 6 AM - 7 July 2017

      Safety advice:
      All vehicles should have proper tow hook in front and back Drive is only open for proper 4x4 vehicles, not for SUV's, AWD, and Sedan's Vehicle should have minimum 10-12 inches of ground clearance Every vehicle should have proper shovel, deflator and tire pressure gauge Two way radio, air compressor, tow rope, Jack and shackle are advisable to carry if you have  
       
    • By Car News
      Abu Dhabi police has issued a warning stating that the motorists are required to halt when they see a school bus stop sign as failing to do so will result in AED 1,000 fine and 10 black points. Moreover, school bus drivers who do not open the stop sign while dropping the students will receive AED 500 fine along with six black points. 
      Motorists are also warned follow the speed limit near schools while the parents have been informed to not allow children below the age of 10 or below 145 centimeters in height to sit in the front seat of the car.
      Abu Dhabi police is also running an excellent campaign to educate school bus drivers and other motorists about safe driving rules.
      Do you appreciate this step taken by Abu Dhabi police? Do share your thoughts with us.
       
    • By Car News
      If you haven’t washed your car for a long time and it seems considerably dirty, better get it cleaned quickly or you can get a fine of AED 500.
      The Dubai Municipality has issued a warning stating that the residents cannot leave their cars dirty or unwashed for a long time as this damages the beauty and appearance of the city. Talking about the issue, Abdul Majeed Abdul Aziz Al Saifaie, director of Dubai Municipality’s waste management department mentioned that the vehicle will first be identified and if it seems dirty enough to spoil the appearance of the city, a warning sticker will be issued to the driver. The driver will have 15 days to clean the vehicle, however, if the owner of the car does not respond, the vehicle will be moved to scrap yard. If the fine is still not paid, the car will be auctioned.
      It is also important to note that this warning applies to those cars that have been unwashed for months and not the ones that have light dirt. In Abu Dhabi, the municipality gives a three-day warning to the driver and if the car is not cleaned, the owner has to pay a fine of AED 3,000.
      Do you think this is a good step taken by the Dubai Municipality to improve the aesthetics of the city? Share your thoughts with us and also discuss why is it important to keep the car clean.
    • By Car News
      The Department of Transport (DoT) in Abu Dhabi has announced that paper tickets will no longer be used for bus rides in Al Ain City and Al Dhafra Region from September 30th. The DoT has successfully implemented the automated payment system and the residents will now be using the Hafilat Smart Card to pay for their commuting.
      The Hafilat Smart Card is available at the Ticket Sales Office on every bus station in Al Ain and Al Dhafra. Moreover, it can also be purchased from the Ticket Vending Machine.
      41 TVM and 138 Banknote Reloader (BBR) have been implemented in multiple locations in Abu Dhabi for the convenience of the residents.
      This automated payment system is definitely going to help the UAE residents in their daily commuting. Share your thoughts with us whether this automated payment system is convenient or you preferred the traditional paper tickets?
       
×
×
  • Create New...

Important Information

Terms of use