Subaru wants to bring their 2022 WRX with a CVT. The AWD car will have 400 horsepower and 360 lb-ft
I think those were the most powerful CVT cars in mass market:
2002 Audi A4 2.5 TDI (163 hp / 230 lb-ft = 310 Nm / FWD)
2011 Audi A4 3.0 TDI (204 hp / 295 lb-ft = 400 Nm / FWD)
Yes, I also use and enjoy the ACC a lot. Also in slow stop and go traffic it works pretty good.
The only thing I dislike is that it sometimes can't recognize cars which're driving on an off ramp in the lane next to me. When those cars start to slow down rapidly. The Civic often can't tell that...
Maybe he sold his Civic, his last login was already a few month ago.
From some of his older posts, it looks like he was on premium all season tires Continental ExtremeContact DWS06
And also important for the gas...
Just never ever buy a car without test driving it before.
Since you drove a Prius before, what's so awful about the Civic CVT compared to the Prius CVT?
I want to drive mine longer than 100k miles and we already have a few people here with more than 100k miles...
The delay or some call it CVT lag is totally normal. When I had the car at the beginning, it felt unbearable for me coming from a manual transmission. I've got used to it and don't floor it often anyway.
I'm assume you already know, but just to be sure: in S the car is more responsive than in...
Here is a ranking with 70 cars that they tested since 2014. Unfortunately you have to go through the slideshow:
the Civic is on ranked on 32. While engine and transmission worked...
Great to watch, but he picked the wrong time and date for hot lapping. A lot of casual people cruising on the Nürburgring on a sunny Sunday afternoon.
And it seems like some people are blocking him on purpose.
I don't know the Pontiac G8, but I always found it pretty interesting that since 2007 or 2008 the Holden Commodore is the same car as the Buick Regal, which is exactly the same car as the Vauxhall Insignia, which is the exact same car as the Opel Insignia.
Sorry for off topic.