• Welcome to CivicXI.com everyone!

    If you're joining us from CivicX.com, then you may already have an account here!

    As long as you were registered on CivicX.com as of May 24, 2020 or earlier, then you can simply login here with the same username and password!

Search results

  1. $15k price markup on 2022 Civic Hatchback Sport Touring!

    My local dealer sent me an e-mail saying he had a Boost Blue Hatchback Touring. (I mentioned to him a while ago that I might want one.) He says he's asking MSRP (around $30.5K) for it, but nothing's sure until you sign.
  2. 2022 Civic Si production begins 10/30!

    I, along with a number of other Type R owners, have been asking Honda to allow the +R settings (throttle, steering, suspension, etc.) to be adjusted separately. Maybe this will lead to the new Type R having that feature.
  3. 🏁 First Video of 2023 Civic Type R Track Testing at Nurburgring!

    The exhaust looks quite different. Still three pipes, but the large pipe is now in the middle with two smaller ones on the left and right. The FK8 has the larger ones on the left and right with a smaller middle pipe. The hood 'scoop' looks like an air extractor. That's different from the FK8...
  4. This can’t be right?!?!? 😳 Automatic Type R??

    I have a 2021 Type R and a 2018 2.0 T Accord 10 AT. The Type R might be able to beat the Accord in a launch, but it would be close, even with only 252 HP and all-season tires in the Accord. If you took the 10AT, added an LSD, and tightened up the shifts, it would make a killer Type R option. In...
  5. 2023 Civic Type R Official Teaser From Honda!! "Ready for Nurburgring Testing."

    The whole rear wing, vortex generator, flap arrangement looks much better, not to mention easier to clean. I suspect there is a hood scoop, but the pictures make it hard to see. Overall, it looks less cluttered than the current version. I think I like it.
  6. Report: Manual Transmission Coming For 11th-Gen Civic Si, Type R, and Hatch

    I'd like to see a CTR with the 10-speed Auto from the current Accord. If they'd tighten up the shifts (make them quicker) that could be a fun car, especially in city areas. With that transmission and an LSD, it would be quick, too.
Top