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We do a quick review on the 2022 Honda Civic Sport Touring with a Manual Transmission. After our first encounter with the CVT Sport, we wanted to see if the manual transmission made it better or worse. In this video, we will cover the pros and cons of the enthusiast version. Other cars to consider are the Mazda3, Toyota Corolla, and Hyundai Elantra.

 

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They liked both version pretty well. I agree with 99% of their review -- which is not often always the case.
 

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Damn. I almost had my hands on a sport touring 6 speed. But they were pre sold. Now I have my SI reserved. Now I'm questioning my choice 😬
 

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I just saw the new hondaprojason video. The Canadian SI gets sooooooo much more than the US and cost less! 😥 it's kind of pulling me away from the SI 😬
 

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I just saw the new hondaprojason video. The Canadian SI gets sooooooo much more than the US and cost less! 😥 it's kind of pulling me away from the SI 😬
It's definitely not a good value compared to the Canadian version. I blame corporate greed from Honda of America. People will still buy Hondas especially the ones who have no idea they're getting the short end of the stick. Charge more for less features since Honda is an established nameplate.
 

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You want that LSD, stiffer suspension, better motor. Trust me.
You really don’t “need” that it if you want a daily car.
it really depends on your “needs”.
As a everyday car the ST is just fine.
There are pros are cons when looking at trims.
I owned the FK8, SI, and EX-T
I know from experience.
ST is perfect for a daily car
You are giving up a lot of nice features in the ST just for a harder ride and 91 octane. That isn’t always the answer , “trust me”
 
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lunarsilver

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You really don’t “need” that it if you want a daily car.
it really depends on your “needs”.
As a everyday car the ST is just fine.
There are pros are cons when looking at trims.
I owned the FK8, SI, and EX-T
I know from experience.
ST is perfect for a daily car
You are giving up a lot of nice features in the ST just for a harder ride and 91 octane. That isn’t always the answer , “trust me”
You do mean"SI" RIGHT?...... NOT ST....
 

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You really don’t “need” that it if you want a daily car.
it really depends on your “needs”.
As a everyday car the ST is just fine.
There are pros are cons when looking at trims.
I owned the FK8, SI, and EX-T
I know from experience.
ST is perfect for a daily car
You are giving up a lot of nice features in the ST just for a harder ride and 91 octane. That isn’t always the answer , “trust me”
Canadian SI > ST > American SI
 
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