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honestly...it looks incredible

confirmed it'll have same power as type r, just wondering if it'll be awd
 

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honestly...it looks incredible

confirmed it'll have same power as type r, just wondering if it'll be awd
I prefer the wing on the Type R, but definitely some things I like about the Type S. That rear end is very nice, and the front is pretty aggressive as well. Interior from the front looking in looks like the seats won’t be as cool.
 


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I prefer the wing on the Type R, but definitely some things I like about the Type S. That rear end is very nice, and the front is pretty aggressive as well. Interior from the front looking in looks like the seats won’t be as cool.
Definitely targeting the ones who do not like the wing on the FL5...
This does look good :)
 

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I like the stance on this a lot. The car just looks more aggressive than the CTR, which does look a little tame like an accord type r.
 

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I like the stance on this a lot. The car just looks more aggressive than the CTR, which does look a little tame like an accord type r.
Nah lol. I don’t get the Accord comparison, but I do think the Type S is a little more aggressive. I think the lights help a lot. Needs the wing for me tho and a vented hood.
 

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if they brought this out as SH-AWD, it would have differentiated from the Type R and also have a direct competitor to Golf R. Looks looks like it has unique fenders, probably doesn't have the dual axis axle either.
 


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Nah lol. I don’t get the Accord comparison, but I do think the Type S is a little more aggressive. I think the lights help a lot. Needs the wing for me tho and a vented hood.
The funny thing is people joke that the Type R looks like an Accord, which I dont see, but the Type S looks EXACTLY like a shrunken TLX
 

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This could be Honda's answer to dealer markups. I might get in line for one of these just to have an alternative. Hopefully the MSRP is only slightly above the Civic like many journalists are expecting.
 

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This quite exciting. They're will be a solid option for everyone.

 

 
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