Showing posts in the category of Honda Civic Type-R

All-New Honda Civic Type R Lands In The U.S.

For the first time ever, Honda enthusiasts in the United States will be able to enjoy the fabled Type R badge, something many other countri...
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New Honda Civic Type-R Priced In The Mid-$30k Range, US Sales Start In Spring

Honda announced that the new Civic Type R is set to make its US debut at the upcoming New York Auto Show, with sales to start in late sprin...
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Honda's New Civic Type R Is The Hot Hatch We've All Been Waiting For

This is the new Honda Civic Type R we've all been waiting for, and it's finally been revealed at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show .
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New 2018 Honda Civic Type R Production Hatch, This Is It

Just a few days before the Geneva Motor Show opens on March 7 , what appear to be images of the final production version of the 2018 Honda ...
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Honda Civic Type R Coming To Geneva In Production Form

After parading the Civic Type R prototype at various events throughout the globe, Honda will finally pull the cover off the production ver...
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Honda Odyssey Type R Would Make The School Run A Lot More Exciting

A second-gen Dodge Grand Caravan with faux wood siding. That was the family car when this writer was a teenager. So you can imagine I wasn&...
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Honda Brings Regular And Type R Civic Prototypes To Tokyo Auto Salon

As strange as it may sound, Honda's Civic Type R prototype is just making its Asian premiere at the 2017 Tokyo Auto Salon.
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Honda Civic Type R Will Be Manual-Only, Despite CVT Rumors

Don't believe everything you read. Case in point: the transmission on the upcoming new Honda Civic Type R .
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Honda Civic Type R Gains Limited Black Edition As A Send-Off In The UK

Honda is ending production of the Civic Type R at the Swindon factory in UK, but not before launching a limited edition locally.
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Can The Honda Civic Type R Outrun The NSX With A 5-Sec Head Start?

Whenever a hot hatch goes head to head with a supercar, the outcome is usually rather predictable .
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How Much Faster Is The Mercedes-AMG A45 From The Honda Civic Type-R?

We live in an era where hot hatches are divided into two different performance categories: the normal hot-hatches, which are the ones that ...
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Ford Focus RS vs Honda Civic Type R vs BMW M140i – In The Wet

The hot hatch segment has really blossomed, and while only a few years back 200 HP was, more or less, the norm, nowadays no one enters the ...
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2018 Honda Civic Type R Filmed Testing In California

After sadly missing out on the fiery 2015 Honda Civic Type R , the U.S. will soon receive the next-generation model, due to launch next yea...
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Honda Civic Type R Prototype Celebrates U.S. Debut At SEMA

Following the world premiere of the 2018 Honda Civic Type R Prototype at the Paris Auto Show, the car is celebrating its North American de...
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It Will Be Raining 2017 Honda Civics At SEMA This Year [69 Images]

Honda has amassed an impressive army of tuned models and concepts for next week's 2016 SEMA show in Las Vegas, with the spotlight firml...
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New 2018 Honda Civic Type R Hits The 'Ring Chasing FWD Record

Just after debuting in 'prototype' guise at the Paris Auto Show, the 2018 Honda Civic Type R has been filmed testing at the Nurbur...
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FWD Manual Brawl: Golf GTI Clubsport vs Civic Type R vs Leon Cupra

When it comes to front-wheel-drive hot hatchbacks, being able to put all your power down without losing traction is one of the most importa...
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Can The Aging BMW E36 M3 Still Be Relevant In Today's Motoring World?

Honda just announced a new Civic Type R at the Paris Auto Show, but the current model can still pack a punch.
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This Year's Paris Auto Show Is Performance Car Heaven

Held every other year, the Paris Auto Show consistently serves as one of the largest and most important events on the motoring calendar
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Honda's 2018 Civic Type R Prototype Foretells The Future

Honda may call it a prototype, but you’re actually looking at the upcoming Civic Type R in, if not all, 99 percent of its might .
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