Finally test drive CW Type R - But didn't buy it

  1. 17CivicTypeR_Brian

    17CivicTypeR_Brian Aiming for 400whp out of the TypeR.

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    They're still trying to get that here in PA as well. I don't think any of the 10 closest dealerships have one but I haven't looked in a couple weeks. I'd expect that this late in 2019, they're holding off to bring out the 2020's late in July or early in August.

    I'll try to make a pass by the port and see if there are any down there.
     
  2. 17CivicTypeR_Brian

    17CivicTypeR_Brian Aiming for 400whp out of the TypeR.

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    Correction-
    2 of 10 show one on lot. One is a scumbag spot that lists for $10k over. They also recently got busted for selling garbage warranties apparently.

    The other one... I know nothing about. I might go take a look at the car just for something to do one night!
     
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    new model year CTRs didn't hit dealers until November/December, atleast the 2018s and the 2019s didn't anyway
     
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    It could always change for the final model year. Honda might be trying to get them to market faster, to clear out before the 11G Civic comes out. Who knows. What I have come to learn regarding Honda and Acura dealerships- they generally have no, to barely any additional information over an astute consumer.

    If the dealership already placed its orders and Honda confirmed some sort of delivery month, then yeah, they can likely be trusted. But if not, they’re just guessing.
     
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