Featured 11th Gen Civic XI Hatchback Production Moving to North America

  1. dastanli

    dastanli Senior Member

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    That's why I would like the honda to have the option of awd. More and more car manufacturers are having fwd cars with the option of awd for a little extra. I can see it being a big hit in the northern states and especially in Canada.
     
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    AWD is a joke compared to snow tires. I live far enough north, to the point where just about everyone gets snow tires for the winter month (and it's not mandatory).
     
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    But AWD with snow tires even better :beer:
     
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    Who knows what the 11th gen will be like. I do know that 2022 will be the 50th year of production, a pretty big milestone. Hopefully they will make a really special model for this.
     
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    I don't see why they couldn't make an AWD option in a wagon body. I am not a brand snob; however, I prefer Japanese automobiles. Having previously owned multiple Subaru, Honda, and Mitsubishi cars, I can definitely say that AWD or 4WD can present you with much needed traction in snowy conditions.
    That said, I would trade my Si sedan for a Si hatchback in a hearbeat...
     
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    Good point! Think I'll hang on to my sport and trade it in for a new 2022 when the time comes.
     
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    I'm looking forward to the crosstour v2: 6sp, k20c4 :headbang:
     
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    hopefully this might bring us closer to an SI hatchback
     
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