Featured Refreshed 2020 Civic Si

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    PandaXpress Senior Member

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    If you download the honda brochure it shows the refreshed SI. They seem to have honda sensing now and just like the last one the hatchback bumpers20190820_234003.jpg
     
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    LED HL and foglights per that brochure.
     
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    Wow, am I glad I got the 2019 MY. I wonder how much the 2020 price will increase to account for the honda sensing, full LEDS, etc.?
     
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    Glad to see no mechanical changes
     
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    As always I need to see better pics, but I am not yet feeling that front end
     
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    Glad I got one before sensing

    I wonder how good the led will be, and if they'll be plug and play

    Also, those rims :hmm:
     
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    I’d paid more for the LED lights myself as really takes away from the look of the car at night. I kinda like the rims too as that look is currently trending. None of it enough for a trade though.
     
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    Ugh the updates are awesome. Makes me feel like my si is no longer adequate lol. But will wait for the next gen to upgrade!
     
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    All I wanted was a manual with the honda sensing for the ACC. I think I'm completely sold on a 2020 Si. I like the changes in the fake vents, and love this body style even with a complete change coming up in a few years.
     
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    As always the 2020 will be the best SI of this generation to get until it gets fully refreshed. All issues of prior years should be taken care of.
    Can someone check if the clutch p/n changed?
    As I said many times before Honda loves to silently improve things.
     
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    Damn... Never thought I'd say im glad i have these fake vents because the new front vents just being flat (from what i can see in the photo) actually looks worse haha
    Wheels look nicer with the smoked color tho! Also super Jealous of 2020's CTR style head lights! :nono:
     
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    Every single change is controversial.

    I don't want the LED headlights because they perform worse than the halogen, especially once you put in better bulbs.

    I don't want Honda sensing because I want traditional intermittent wipers and I don't want the additional driver assists. It's more complicated stuff to fail and makes windshield replacement more expensive.

    I like the appearance of the wheels, but not on the car. They don't look good with the body lines of the civic.

    I don't want the new fake vents. The honeycomb looks far better and I already cut matching holes in the driver's side for the cold air intake. I doubt it will be that easy with the new fake vents.

    I sincerely doubt they have made any significant changes to the drivetrain, like putting in a different clutch.
     
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    Just read the same article and noted, “Honda says a shorter final-drive ratio gives the Civic Si "improved acceleration feel," but otherwise, the car's mechanicals carry over unchanged.” Interesting
     
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