You know, except for the red flares, it's not a bad looking combination with the white and the black. Of course, it's still a little bit too much "look at me". I loved seeing another member's white with the ultra-dark tint. Looked very clean and nice.
They're not the Prototype Type-R wheels which you can see have more cutaways to reveal the disc brakes: http://www.caricos.com/cars/h/honda/2016_honda_civic_type_r_concept/images/7.htmlMy dealer told me that I was crazy and that they were the Type R ones... I pulled the pictures and part # and they looked them up. They quoted me around $750 a piece. I was like DAM... they are nice but not 750 nice.
yeep..It's the lip kit and 18inch wheels.. if you get the other rear window spoiler it's $799..I asked today when I was doing my recall thing.It's that red lip kit. I was just at the dealer getting the parking break recall and they were installing it on a white hatch back. I'm sure the stealerships will charge at least $2500 for that lip kit and another $1800 for the wheels.
They're not the Prototype Type-R wheels which you can see have more cutaways to reveal the disc brakes: http://www.caricos.com/cars/h/honda/2016_honda_civic_type_r_concept/images/7.html
Instead in the USA configurator, if you select the 2017 Honda Civic Hatchback, sport trim, you see that they're available as an option as "18" accessory alloy wheels" with the cost of $1700. Maybe that's the trade up price (Sport already comes with pretty striking 18" alloy wheels), could account for the $325/wheel difference between the dealer quote and the configurator MSRP. (Then again, dealers often lie out of habit. When I asked my dealer about the HondaSensing with the Hatch, they told me it's a $1200 upgrade, instead of the $1000 MSRP that it will be. My guess is because there were no Hatches in the US with sensing at the time so why not quote $200 more?).
This makes me strongly believe that if there were dealers in Canada with these sort of "over the top" OEM aftermarket add-ons and wraps, if they start it on the Sport instead of the EX-L w/Navi since the main showroom feature missing in the USA Sport interior is the 7" LCD (standard on LX trims and above in Canada).