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Featured Civic Type R and Si VIN Decoder! Colors Revealed

Discussion in 'Civic Type R Forum (10th Gen)' started by All-Knowing, Apr 19, 2017 at 1:19 PM.



  1. All-Knowing Senior Member

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    Spotted on Instagram

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    There you have it. Its legit. A Touring model is a for sure thing.

    I'm wondering if it will be something as small as LED headlights, and Navi equipped models.
     
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    All-Knowing Senior Member

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    Paint codes!!!

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    An energy green Si will definitely be interesting. I would never buy one, but it makes me happy that they decided to use it on the Si. Looks like the Type R gets a similar color to the prototype too!
     
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    To think this whole time we have been calling it "Championship White" and in reality it is "Chanpionship White". So really the only type R specific color at this point in time is CW. Polished metal metallic, is that only available on the hatch?
     
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    CTR paint codes are definitely less, and different here in the States & Canada in comparisons to the color chart offered in Geneva (Euro specs models).
    We get 5; Euro appears to get 6 paint codes per Inside Lane video.

    Brilliant Sporty Blue (Euro)
    Sonic Gray (Euro)
     
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    Polished metal metallic is a hatch exclusive color
     
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    It was also on the 9th gen Type R
     
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    Some additional info about the SI. I think CTR info should be coming soon.

    http://www.civicx.com/threads/si-colors-full-sales-guide.10583/

    • L15B7 1.5L Turbocharged DOHC 4-cylinder engine with direct injection plus intake and exhaust Variable Timing Control (VTC)
      • 205hp@5700 RPM.
      • 192lb-ft@@2100-5000 rpm
      • 6500rpm redline
    • 28/38/32 mpg (City/Highway/Combined) for both Si Coupe and Si Sedan
    • Premium Unleaded Fuel is Recommended, Regular Unleaded Fuel is Required
    • 12.39 gallon fuel tank
    • Si Sedan is listed at 2906lb curb weight. No number is provided for the Si Coupe.
    • 6-speed manual transmission with helical limited slip differential
    • Adaptive damper system
    • Dual-pinion variable-ratio electric power steering (EPS)
    • 18" alloy wheels
    • P235/40 R18 all-season tires
    • Available high-performance summer-only tires
    • 12.3" front brake rotors (upsized from 11.1")
    • Lightweight Si sport front seats with red stitching
    • 450-watt premium audio system with 10 speakers, including subwoofer
    • Apple Carplay/Android Auto
    • HD Radio
    • Sirius XM Radio
    • Bluetooth and USB interface
    • Leather-wrapped steering wheel
    • Aluminum and leather shift knob
    • Aluminum pedals
    • Smart Entry and push button start
    • One-touch power moonroof with tilt feature
     
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    Some interesting weight info.

    LX sedan MT: 2742
    SI sedan MT: 2906
    Difference: 164

    LX hatch MT: 2822
    CTR: ???

    Additional weight from CTR: engine, motor, wheels, suspension, body kit, additional reinforcements.

    Weight removed: lighter hood, spare wheel removed (~35lbs). This is probably around 70lbs in weight savings.

    If I had to guess, the CTR is closer to 30xx-31xx.
     
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    And here are the other countries Vin information. Don't ask me what they all are because I don't know the abbreviations.

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    I think the difference between base and touring will be minimal. For example, I don't it'll be as huge as going from sport to sport touring.

    It'll still be a Type R no matter which trim you get. Meaning, it still won't have a moonroof, it'll still have the aggressive seats, etc.

    I think the only difference will be the navi and premium audio, and MAYBE heated seats.
     
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    I think it will be navi and premium audio.. Cant see heated seats being an option. And the only reason I say that is because the Type Rs that have had at the car shows have been fully loaded, even had wireless charging pads installed. If they were going to offer heated seats, I have to think they would have had that option installed on the show car.
     
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    So where is the link to the guy/gal that has photoshopped all of these colors?
     
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    I'm pretty sure all the CTR's will come with the 7" display audio supporting Android Auto/Apple CarPlay... I remember Honda saying it would be standard and not "available" on these cars... then again, they said specifically that the CTR would launch in Touring Trim ONLY... very choice words were used... ALL Si's will launch with Android Auto/Apple CarPlay from what I've seen along with the 450 watt sound system... I doubt the CTR would come with less than the Si even in base form...

    Personally, I cannot grab a base knowing a "Touring" trim was out there... And i'm sure the MSRP won't be very far apart considering none of them will come with Honda Sensing ($1k difference on all other Civics)...
     
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    Agree. It's one thing if the purpose of the "base" model was to strip out convenience features for maximum weight savings. But I have a feeling it's to offer a cheaper model alternative.

    Btw, the Si does have a few things not found on the CTR - sensing package, moonroof, heated seats, 5 seats, and probably a few other things.
     
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