- Apr 20, 2008
Would absolutely love a civic type r in either guise. Just damn bloody expensive i’m a massive honda fan. Shame they had to kill vtec for emissions though. Love a screaming n/a
My S2000 is almost 10 years old but it’s going nowhere, it comes alive at 6k rpm up to 9 an a bit, get her hot then make her scream.Would absolutely love a civic type r in either guise. Just damn bloody expensive i’m a massive honda fan. Shame they had to kill vtec for emissions though. Love a screaming n/a
I agree, its great for 17 year old chavs, but to my eyes its a dogs dinner. Even the normal Civic is chavtastic enough. Seems to be a Japanese trend, some new Toyotas look like Picasso designed them.The Civic Type R Sport Line is no doubt a very good car but I really couldn’t live with the looks and the ‘Halfrauds body kit’ styling. Just my opinion though.......
You will be able to extend your lease if you speak to finance. Let them know you are staying in brand and have a car on order.[/QUOTE
Oddly enough VW finance have been on today asking if I was going to sign up for new deal. Explained that would happy to do so if they could give me prices and more specification info. Oh and any "offers"
Eh.....Mk3 is the ultimate sleeper. Totally unnoticeable. I love mine, just don't recognise that it would stand out ANYWHERE!. The Mk4 looks much more special to me, regardless of any potential similarities with a Focus (I don't see those either, but still).Looks like a focus St! Doesn’t stand out for me in a crowd anymore.
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