Featured Refreshed 2020 Civic Si

  1. Brakes88

    Brakes88 Senior Member

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    If you buy. We could meet half way and trade seats. 2019 si.
     
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    Yea, there will be no shortage of peeps wanting to swap. I would swap for the new ones in a heartbeat.
     
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    Wow, I’m loving my ‘18 more and more, ‘20 upgrades are shit in my opinion. This cars sound system needs a whole new upgrade, my wife’s minivan has more bass than our cars and it appears they did nothing with that. To make the car sound better they added a feature to the stereo... SMH headlights and wheels are decent and lane assist would be cool but the other stuff no thank you. Shit baffles in Grill look like ass, worse gas mileage... like common Honda! Not impressed by any means.
     
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    I’ve hated the stupid halogens from day one! Totally takes the car down a notch if not 2. Like the black rims too. Looking forward to seeing in person. But not for me. If I live to have another Si, it will the next gen
     
  5. Gino27

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    Looks like the 2020 is up on the Honda website for build with plenty of pictures.
     
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    I wonder how the ACC with low speed follow works on a 6MT?
     
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    Do you think you could also do a photoshop with the car body being black but having the vent inserts be blue, red, or white? I'm wondering what it would look like as accent colors
     
  8. midengine driver

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    Any idea when they will be at dealers? Seems the dealer I leased the 17 from doesn't have allocation. So I am looking.
     
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  10. midengine driver

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    Steal? or more like copied may be, but you would be surprised how the auto makers watch that stuff so that they dont have a suit.
     
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    Using cargurus, it appears that 2020 Si's are starting to show up in dealer lots at this point. A few dealers with 100 miles of me are listing specific VINs as "coming soon."
     
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    Also waiting on them to show in dealer lots. Thinking about trading my 2017 EX-T for the new Si but wanna see it in person before I pull the trigger
     
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    Lots of justification from current owners. I think the 2020 is lots better. Gearing, nicer wheels, Sensing. Win and upgrades all around.
     
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    Yep, though I wouldn't be happy if I just purchased a '19 either. 2020 is improved in every way.
     
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    I think it really depends on A) whether you think adding Honda Sensing is a plus or a minus; B) how much the revised final drive ratio actually improves the driving experience of the car; and I suppose C) whether you consider the looks to be improved. As someone who hasn't bought yet, I'm very happy about A (mainly for adaptive cruise), and am utterly indifferent about C. Jury is out on B, because I have yet to see a report from anyone (professional reviewer or amateur) who has actually driven the 2020 yet. I'm VERY curious to see what people say when that starts happening, and of course to test it myself.

    But I do think there is a case to be made for the purity of the driving experience without Sensing, and a preference for the higher fuel economy of 2017-19.
     
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