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Hondabob

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It’s been confirmed for the Si and type R for some time now. I’d say it’s a toss up on the hatchback. There just isn’t enough people who just need a commuter car and also want a stick shift. Hell, I’m getting rid of my 10th Si no matter what because the rev hang + NY traffic is miserable.
 

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The product planning guy from Honda, Gary Robinson, in the above video already confirmed the 11th-gen Civic will come with a manual transmission. Since the recently introduced 11th-gen sedan only comes with CVT, that only leaves the Si and hatchback. I'm guessing there's good chance the Type R will come with manual gearbox at the minimum.
 

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It’s been confirmed for the Si and type R for some time now. I’d say it’s a toss up on the hatchback. There just isn’t enough people who just need a commuter car and also want a stick shift. Hell, I’m getting rid of my 10th Si no matter what because the rev hang + NY traffic is miserable.
Honda needs to make an Auto Si (and Type R), I don't get why they're limiting themselves to manual buyers.
 
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It’s been confirmed for the Si and type R for some time now. I’d say it’s a toss up on the hatchback.
Right, I didn't mean to imply that a 6MT for the Si or CTR would be "news", that's pretty much expected.
What is more newsorthy (if true), would be If they continue to offer it as an option on the hatchback, since there has been doubt whether they'd bother to certify one on a non-Si/Non-CTR model.
 

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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.
 
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