The only other spoiler I would replace the touring spoiler with on a non-heavily modified car is the decklid spoiler since it's pretty subtle but still adds a little flair.
Like the one on jdewd's car - http://www.civicx.com/threads/installed-decklid-spoiler-on-2016-civic.917/
If you don't want to keep your stock wheels because you want to sell them for $ or you don't have the space for them, then you could sell them now and then just buy a used factory from another member here or eBay when it comes to selling the car years down the line. Then you can sell your...
Best way to put yourself at 100% ease is test drive one. I did over the long weekend and the CVT is perfectly good. Dispelled any negative impressions I had of it from just reading about CVT from other manufacturers. :thumbsup:
It's not a high performance type of transmission of course and...
6.5 sec 0-60 / 14.9 quarter mile are eye opening numbers considering the price and segment of the standard Civic. 6.5 seconds matches the current Civic Si!
If the 1.5T can already hit these times, can't wait to see what the 2016 Civic Si can do. Sub 6?!
Interesting fact that relates to both stiffness and weight:
The coupe has extra frame enforcement for more stiffening to counteract the loss of rigidity due to a longer single door. This adds weight but its overall weight is still lighter than the sedan due to it being 5.5" shorter.
I'm not sure Honda cares that CVT has the image of being a 'green' tansmission, at least on the standard Civic models. I mean the standard Civic models don't even have tailpipes showing for that reason - in keeping with Honda's green image.
What'll be interesting is what auto transmission...
Couldn't believe the news yesterday watching the casualty count keep going up. Only "good" thing that can come from this is the countries that have been attacked by terrorists will find a way to form a coalition to iradicate the ISIL. They're not going away by themselves.
The latest press releases from Honda announcing the market launch of the sedan on the 12th and the coupe reveal at the LA show both continue to say:
"...will include a sedan, coupe, high-performance Si models, a 5-door hatchback and the first-ever Civic Type-R model for the U.S. market...
Glad to see the coupe's rear will be shorter with much smaller bumper overhangs, which looks much sportier. Sedan's rear is long for rear leg space and trunk capacity but the coupe doesn't need as much practicality. :thumbsup:
The dash/interior design should look just like the sedan. Don't think they'll have different interiors for sedan, coupe, hatch, Si, Type R. The sportier models (Si and Type R) will just get dressed up with some badging, sports/race seats.