Yeah I'll be honest not the biggest fan of the EX wheels. I think they definitely dropped the ball a bit there. I mean they're nice, no doubt, but something about them and that high shine chrome look feels, dare I say, just slightly dated at this point.
I will say one thing about that color- Looks absolutely pristine and sharp when the car is clean. Probably better than any other color (except white). But once dirty it looks the worst out of all the colors.
Funny I was just talking about this with a friend. The 18" wheels appear to be very thin and sports looking as opposed to the 17's on the EX. I'm assuming that aside from general road noise you'd also feel bumps/potholes a tad more with the thinner 18's?
Yeah I forget which year/trims those wheels appeared on but I'm 99% sure they have been on a Honda before.
When you say "change out" though, don't you basically mean pay up for the new wheels? Something tells me 4 18" touring alloys would cost a fortune. At that point may as well just spend the...
So I'm about two weeks away from getting an 11th gen and I'm still stuck on whether or not to go EX or Touring. I'm a man on a pretty serious budget, but I'm also a man who loves his cars. The only must have option for me is Smart entry, and if it weren't for the blacked out sport wheels (not a...
How did you get rid of the chrome? I thought I was the only one who didn't like that. They got rid of all chrome and gloss black with 11th gen but then left that random strip on the side and it just throws the visuals off imo
Test? This is a Honda Civic. One of the most legendary/safe bet cars of the last 25 years. Not to mention its basically the same engine carried over from the super successful 10th gen.
Isn't this an 11th Generation Civic forum?? Why are you guys trying to talk me OUT of getting one? lol
Easier said than done. My lease is up and I need a new ride and not much else out there is appealing to me right now.
Also yes buying is better long term but as far as monthly payments go leasing is drastically lower. I would have the option to buy after the 36 months though and by then I may...