Contact Honda and tell them you want an Si HB.Everything I've read says the SI will only come as a sedan, the Type-R will be the sporty hatch.
Which is extremely disappointing. Manual, sporty hatch options are pretty small in the ~$30,000 price range. I might take a look at the GTI, despite the fact I much prefer this new civic hatch design over any of the Golfs.
At least it's an easy to access button. Subaru has the turn off feature hidden in touch screen menusThis is why I will not buy an XI Honda Civic. " new standard idle-stop system (CVT only)". If this means the engine shuts down at a stop light, then starts up again when it's time to go then it's a deal killer for me. This idea that american cars came up with, is one of the GD stupidest ideas I have ever seen. I'll keep my 10th Gen Civic till it dies. Or maybe, just get a 6spd 2.0 L model. No, I will just keep shopping.
Thank God, this is great news this makes the sport hatch look A LOT better. Is is possible the LX has a turbo option as well?Page 1 contradicts itself. It says 2.0 in the wording and then on the list at the lower area where it shows each models specs it says 2.0 for the LX and 1.5t for the rest.
The original press release was full of errors. Unfortunately the Sport is only available with the 2.0L NA motor. Hondanews.com has revised the model breakdown as follows:Thank God, this is great news this makes the sport hatch look A LOT better. Is is possible the LX has a turbo option as well?