Yeah the MKVIII GTI will be amazing...Thanks for all the suggestions!
I personally am leaning to go a little higher luxury. Wishing Audi A5 sportback but not really in my price range lol
If I switch up I want something I can throw my bike in the back of (not suv though!)
Need to check out the GTI I think too.
Here is a list I can remember of issues with the 2016 Touring:What issues did you run into?
If you're going to aim for the next gen civic, I'm not sure if getting the first year of that gen is ideal because its a rule of thumb that the first model year will have its bugs showing so you may want to wait for the second model year or even third to be on the safe side.Also not giving up on Honda altogether. I have high hopes for the next gen Civic. Hope they learn some lessons. IMO I could live with a little less efficiency and more content (a real stereo, a real SI engine instead of a upgraded EX engine, etc.)
I had a 2000 Trans Am WS.6 that I purchased brand new during my university days. Regret selling it and buying the 2007 Saleen Mustang.If I were to leave the Si scene, I'd probably first check out a lightly used Lexus RC 350 F Sport. I'd be really concerned about losing a MT and getting a heavier car, but maybe driving it would change my mind. If a sedan is needed, IS 350 F Sport would be where I'd look.
If I decided I needed a MT for fun, I'd probably look for a $10k-$12k daily and then a $15k-20k Trans Am from 2001-2002. I've wanted one for the longest time, but that can't be a daily at nearly 20 years old.
I had one too, I think my biggest issue with another WS6 is the interior, it has not aged well. Just like the c5 Corvette the interior has not aged well over the last twenty years. I still love the engine, 6 speed, and looks. But the cheap interior kills the last generation of the Trans Am.I had a 2000 Trans Am WS.6 that I purchased brand new during my university days. Regret selling it and buying the 2007 Saleen Mustang.
I am with you on that. I feel it keep me in the modifying culture of imports but still maintain practical portion of daily driving.I can honestly say that I thoroughly enjoy my 4 door, 19 SI. It’s a perfect dad car with lots of space that offers a little extra and keeps me in the culture I love.