Energy Green 2016 Civic Coupe!

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Spotted waiting for a car wash.

Not really into the Energy Green color but the coupe is growing on me.

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I saw this on Instagram last night. I like how they still cover up the Honda logos. I mean the car has been unveiled figured they wouldn't really need to keep it secret any more.
 

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I like the deep bright flo green look in the picture. But on a Si or Type R with red interior would scream christmas. What really bugs me is the hood line going straight across over the H. The tollerance on diff civics seems like a quality control issue. Look at this civic and notice the trim piece sits lower in the middle not matching the high curved spot of the hood. The accord is a one piece hood. I like that and wish Honda would change this on the Civic.
 
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It's got ON plates but its defs a US model. No Turbo badging on the side skirts and no radar panel for sensing despite that fact that it's a EX-T/EX-L model. If the trims are any consistent between sedan and coupe in Canada, EX-T comes standard with sensing.

Cant guarantee if green is available in Canada either.
 

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It's got ON plates but its defs a US model. No Turbo badging on the side skirts and no radar panel for sensing despite that fact that it's a EX-T/EX-L model. If the trims are any consistent between sedan and coupe in Canada, EX-T comes standard with sensing.

Cant guarantee if green is available in Canada either.
Tend to agree with all of the above. Don't mind this green but sure would be nice to see some Rallye Red on our roads.
 

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Coupe shape is great, but... that color is borderline hideous!
 

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It's got ON plates but its defs a US model. No Turbo badging on the side skirts and no radar panel for sensing despite that fact that it's a EX-T/EX-L model. If the trims are any consistent between sedan and coupe in Canada, EX-T comes standard with sensing.
That's not true... Sensing is an option on any trim but only standard on Touring.
 

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That's not true... Sensing is an option on any trim but only standard on Touring.
You clearly don't bother with the context of my statement. Me claiming that the coupe shown above is a US model despite having Ontario plates BECAUSE Sensing is STANDARD on Canadian EX-T models. Clearly it's not on this coupe because it's missing the radar panel.
 

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I think Honda is making progress on creative wheel designs and wheel weight / alloy quality needs to be considered as it was 10yrs ago. The 2014 /15 Si 18" wheel with tire weighed in at 52lbs and I know if we used a higher quality alloy we could shave a good 10lbs off the next Si wheel and still maintain a A+ safety rating. We need a lighter wheel on the 10th gen Honda Si. HONDA, I hope you are listening.. :)

When will Honda just give us appealing wheels
 
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You clearly don't bother with the context of my statement. Me claiming that the coupe shown above is a US model despite having Ontario plates BECAUSE Sensing is STANDARD on Canadian EX-T models. Clearly it's not on this coupe because it's missing the radar panel.
Relax, not that serious... Simple oversight...
 

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I think Honda is making progress on creative wheel designs and wheel weight / alloy quality needs to be considered as it was 10yrs ago. The 2014 /15 Si 18" wheel with tire weighed in at 52lbs and I know if we used a higher quality alloy we could shave a good 10lbs off the next Si wheel and still maintain a A+ safety rating. We need a lighter wheel on the 10th gen Honda Si. HONDA, I hope you are listening.. :)
Just after reading this, I came across this http://www.civicx.com/threads/2016-ex_l-modified.1619/ the guy says the wheels are Honda Factory Performance wheels, and they look absolutely fantastic on the car. I think Honda was listening!!
 

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