I had to get used to the turbo lag at first, this is my first ever turbo, but after replacing the air intake hose, it cut that in half and I'm pretty happy , and as someone else mentioned, sport mode is even quicker.
Economic mode kills it though, except at WOT.
I had a rental sedan LX 2.0 CVT for a week that I drove from GA to NY and I own a hatchback LX 1.5 CVT for my daily driver. I liked both cars quite a bit but the 1.5 definitely has more shove and I'm much happier with the power level overall. The 2.0 got much better highway gas mileage (55 vs 43) and about equal commute mileage (31). The sedan had much better ride quality for commuting, the hatchback ride is much firmer and bumpier, but not so much as to be punishing.
I have a '17 Si Coupe. Not my first turbo, but this is the smallest engine I've had in a long time. Just clocked my first 1,000 miles so now I'm exploring the throttle/acceleration a bit more aggressively. Noticed that as long as I keep the revs above 2500 RPM, there's no lack of power. Pretty impressive that Honda got a little over 200 BHP out of a tiny 1.5L engine.