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The Honda Civic Si, new for this 12 months, slots in concerning the Civic Activity, which we examined in 2017, and the observe-completely ready Type R, which we drove at Road Atlanta. With 205 HP (simply tunable for a lot more) from the one.5T motor and a starting off selling price of just $24,000, the Si could be a winner.

Verify out the Civic Activity Listed here:

And the Type R Critique in this article:

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28 comments

  1. It's a great bang for your buck daily. I just have two gripes with it. The strange black plastic on the rear bumper looks unsightly, and the single center exhaust looks strange to me. I might still grow on me though. Overall nice review Zach! Keep up the great work.

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  2. I drove one back to back with the new Type-R and I've owned or driven almost every gen of Si. I generally love them, but I really couldn't get into this one. It feels built well, comfortable down the road, easy to drive, it makes a great DD. What it has in quality it lost in it's character/rawness that I love about the Si line.

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  3. Saving up for my next car, what are your thoughts on this vs a focus st? Si seems to have more features and a more comfortable interior (was going to get base st, no recaros) st appears to be more driver oriented. Thoughts?

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  4. Sorry Zack, I'm sure you know your stuff but the content isn't the same for me with out Matt. Maybe you'll get the hang of it and start killing it but as of now I'm not enjoying the one takes. Before all the white knights jump to Zack's rescue and try to bash on me you should know that I've been watching Matt do reviews from before TST channel existed. I subbed to him as soon as he created the TST channel and have followed ever since. Obviously I'm an old school sub and I stayed because I enjoyed Matts work. I'm not opposed to new faces, I'm usually the one that defends them and gives them a shot. However I've given these new one takes a shot and every time I've had the same reaction. I literally yawn. I'll check in once in a while to see how he progresses but unless it's a vehicle I have genuine interest in I'll probably just pass and wait for Matt to make what ever he is planning on doing. Just my 2 cents.

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  5. matt you look a bit healthier man keep it up

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  6. Great review, got my Si for 22.5 loving it so far. Only thing I hate is the rev hang

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  7. Car looks really nice in general but the engine ehhh non Vtec sucks.

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  8. Keeps is actually amazing.

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  9. 4 door hatchbacks

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  10. haha, leave the big bad cars to Matt and the new guy is stuck with econo boxes.

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  11. Why would you buy this over a close to base VW GTI which is the same price new?

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  12. I thought the old 9th gen Si use 2.4l k24?

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  13. I'd trade some of those options for a good looking car. It's very bland. And all of Honda's alloy wheels look terrible.

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  14. Eww, chop off the turbo
    Fixed

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  15. Does this car have Active Rev Matching? I'm asking because i really want to get a manual car (Have never driven one and don't have any friends or family who have a manual car) and active rev matching would really help me learn the ropes of driving stick while allowing me to focus more on that than having to self rev match every time i downshift. Also if it does can it be turned off? Cause i do want to learn heel toe shifting at some point after i get used to driving normally. Thanks.

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  16. Zack, we still have to use Ti-82s in college. lol

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  18. The "hot hatch movement" was birthed by the GTI, not the SI. The GTI came to America in '83 and had been in Europe for years before that. The SI first came here in '89, you said, and in Japan in '84.

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  19. The Type R needs the Si body..or the Si needs the Type R engine as an option.

    Type R is just fugly like some 16yr old kid designed the body right after watching transformers.

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  20. Zach and Matt are cross-dressers.

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  21. Zaak is nothing compared to you matt

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  22. I keeps has propecia dont take it causes depression

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  23. So what you’re saying is that in 30 years, Honda has only managed to squeak out 97 additional horsepower? I’d much rather buy a GTI, a WRX, hell…even a 500 Abarth for HALF of this price. Big thumbs down for this thing.

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  24. This was a good review, but it wasnt very entertaining… I watch these videos because of Matt

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  25. WTF is “Earth Dreams”

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  26. I'll be honest I like Zack's reviews more now

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  27. I'm loving the reviews, but they're a bit too long. If you could keep it in the 10-13 min range, would be awesome

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  28. Guys its a stock civic Si. These new cars are boring AF. Of course him going over the spec sheet will sound monotone. I think this one take is an accurate representation of the corollaesque "sports cars" Honda is peddling. Give the guy a break!

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