Coupe and sedan aren’t defined by the number of doors. A sedan is a “3 box” design, with a defined hood, cabin and trunk. Coupe literally means cut in French, and in terms of automobiles, is a car “cut” after the rear window, so has no defined trunk. Hence all of these 4 door coupes nowadays...
Honda, apparently, has electrical tape impregnated with chili powder that they can sell you to wrap all of your wires.
Here you go: https://www.thedrive.com/tech/33236/hondas-chili-flavored-wire-wrap-could-save-your-car-from-a-rodent-invasion
I've had this happen twice in 4 years of ownership. Both time, disconnecting the car battery, waiting a minute and reconnecting fixed the problem. Seems like the proximity key system needs a reset every year or two.
2021 would be the 6th year for the CivicX. I doubt Honda would go beyond 6 years without a platform change, so 2021 will almost definitely be the last year for at least the regular CivicX. The CTR may go beyond 2021 in 10th gen form though.
I had a pearl black 8th gen.
Black is hardest to keep clean, every speck of dust and dirt will show up. It also shows swirl marks the easiest. However, it is absolutely stunning when clean. However, I will probably never buy a black car again.
There is only Road Departure Mitigation. It monitors the lane markings, whether or not it is the road edge side or another lane.
Road Departure Mitigation (RDM) System*
Alerts and helps to assist you when the system detects a possibility of your vehicle
unintentionally crossing over detected...
That hatchback in Carscoops is definitely not what was photographed previously as the small wing CTR. The previous photo showed a CTR body and a Type R badge on the back with the tri-exhaust.
Here is an article about calibrating the radar on a CRV. It's probably a similar procedure on a Civic.
You will need a reverse hex driver, a Honda bubble level tool and Honda...
I had a similar issue after updating to iOS 13 where pressing the steering wheel button would bring up the Siri prompt but there would be no interaction. A hard reboot of my phone fixed the problem (Vol Up, Vol Down, long press Power until Apple logo appears).
You're much better off getting a dedicated set of winter wheels. Then you can downsize to 17" and it will be cheaper in the long run. You'll pay $100+ twice a year to swap your tires off rims. If you're on dedicated winter wheels, it'll be more like $30, or $0 if you do it yourself.