@civic_man Yes they would work!
I would only get concerned if the offset is past 50. For 7.5" width I would get 215/45, 225/40/18 or 235/40 if you want a meatier look. I'm riding on 18x8", 45mm, tires 235/40 and it's perfect to me.
@Space Lord I wouldn't try touch up paint or Dr. Colorwiz or whatever. Try Meguiar's Scratch X with a good, clean microfiber in an up & down motion. Then put a layer of wax on after. If that doesn't work, a local pro detailer can get rid of most if not all of it with a machine polisher.
Also, learn how to change your engine and cabin air filters. Easiest $40 you'll save.
Most dealers can give you 10% off parts right off the bat. If not, Toronto Honda can give you 15% if you ask nicely.
@civic_ex I would skip on the tire rotation and do it yourself if you have the tools. But yea, that looks like a B1 service. At my dealership, it's $229 plus tax so, $262. I get it serviced at my home dealer during the warranty period to avoid any hassle if I needed anything under warranty.
The Si has the CR-V engine. Different turbo and pistons than the ex-t, touring.
On top of that it has:
Variable ratio steering (not sure if the same)
Bigger brakes- 12.3" up front
Thicker stabilizer bars
More rigid bushings and upper control arms shared with the Type R
So far we've bought 3 cars from Action Honda. Honest and straight to the point. PM me for more info.
Delivery was great- one car was taffeta white and had 0 rail dust, and service was always smooth. Tip- learn how to change your own air filters.
Markham and Parkway Honda offered no discounts at...
My bad guys. The parts I got (lugnuts and locks) were interchangeable w other Hondas. The guy over the phone said if you punch in your VIN number you can have access to 2016+ parts. Prolly best to call em and ask for the discount and say they haven't answered ur email. They answered my emails 4...