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This $55,000 Civic Si is Designed to Dominate the Race Track

This $55,000 Civic Si is Designed to Dominate the Race Track

Civic Type R, who?

The 2022 Honda Civic saw huge updates, bringing new exterior design, new interior tech, and a lot of sportiness with the Civic Si. But while we ache for the top-dog Civic Type R, Honda’s performance division, HPD has dropped off the new Civic Si FE1, which is very different from the road-going examples. Compared to the Civic Type R, the Civic Si FE1, a race car, has more aggressive bodywork and sportier detailing. Honda will launch the Civic Si FE1 race car in November 2022, at the cool price of two standard Civics.

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The Best Cars Under $35,000

The Best Cars Under $35,000

Here’s a list of the 10 best cars that you can buy for under $35,000

If you are in the market for a new car, there are plenty of options available today. The price bracket doesn’t matter, because you have multiple offerings right from $20,000 to one million dollars, and even beyond that. The only difference is that the options are a lot more when you’re in the mass market segment, especially under $35,000. There’s no denying that the higher the choices, the more it can confuse a person. So, to help sort things for you to a certain extent, we’ve come up with a list of the 10 best cars under $35,000 that you can buy in 2022, and it includes vehicles ranging from crossovers to sedans to SUVs, and even cars from premium marques.

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Honda Civic Type R Vs Hyundai Elantra N Is The Front-Wheel-Drive Drag Race You Don't Want To Miss

Honda Civic Type R Vs Hyundai Elantra N Is The Front-Wheel-Drive Drag Race You Don’t Want To Miss

Hyundai Elantra N tests its mettle against the Honda Civic Type R, on the drag strip; someone gets walked

The Honda Civic Type R and Hyundai Elantra N are two of the hottest, front-wheel-drive performance cars, currently on sale. While they are both capable, it’s interesting to see how they stack up against one another, in a drag race. Sam Carlegion has arranged for the two performance vehicles to line up on the drag strip, for a series of runs. Here’s what happened.

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Watch A Honda Civic Si Take On An Eerily-Similar Spec'd Hyundai Elantra N-Line

Watch A Honda Civic Si Take On An Eerily-Similar Spec’d Hyundai Elantra N-Line

The Civic Si and the Elantra N-Line have similar power outputs and curb weight, but there is one key difference…

When it comes to drag race preferences, there are two trains of thought. Some of us like seeing supercars go for the kill on the drag strip, and some of us prefer mass-market cars to go up against each other. The latter seems more realistic because most of us can actually relate to it. Sam from Sam CarLegion has conducted many drag races that include the ‘regular’ cars like the Ford Mustang, the Volkswagen Jetta, the Honda Accord, the Ford Fusion, etc. This time he brought a Honda Civic Si and a Hyundai Elantra N-Line to the fore for another exciting race. Which of these do you think will win?

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2022 Honda Civic Si

2022 Honda Civic Si

The sweet spot between performance and daily driving characteristics, for just $27,300

When the 11th-generation Civic arrived with refreshed looks and features, the return of the Civic Si was inevitable. So, here it is - the new 2022 Honda Civic Si, which is mechanically the same Civic Si from the year 2020, with some minor differences. The beating heart remains the same 1.5-liter turbocharged inline-four from yesteryear, but now produces five horsepower less. The torque remains the same at 192 pound-feet, and so do the front-wheel-drive system, and the six-speed manual transmission. The exterior and interior, both, got a revamp with more modern touches. We know, a lot of you guys did not like the exterior styling of the new-generation Civic, but the Si, with its 18-inch matte black wheels and bigger brakes, makes the overall look a lot sportier than it really is. As a performance-oriented compact sedan, it comes with a limited-slip differential, a rev-matching system, sports suspension, bucket seats with additional bolstering, and optional summer tires. It also benefits from all the advanced driver aids available across the whole Civic range, including adaptive cruise control, lane-keeping assist, driver attention warning, and blindspot monitoring. While it is not the best in class, is it better than the last generation? We are here to find it out for you, even compare it with the likes of the Volkswagen Jetta GLI, and the Hyundai Elantra N-Line.

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2022 Honda Accord Hybrid

2022 Honda Accord Hybrid

If cheap and efficient drives are what you care for, then the Accord Hybrid might just sweep you off your feet

Practical mid-size sedans are pretty popular in the country, and the Accord has been here for generations, retaining what a good all-rounder sedan can do better than an average compact crossover. Now that its latest iteration stands four years from its introduction, Honda is trying to improve its budget sedan by offering a bit more each year so that you won’t complain about its aging design. The Accord Hybrid is an impressive car in its segment, and it goes up against the likes of the Toyota Camry Hybrid and the Hyundai Sonata Hybrid. Let us remind you that neither of the two competitors of the Accord Hybrid are weak. But, more on that later. The Accord Hybrid is powered by a 2.0-liter engine which is mated to dual self-charging electric motors, and when combined, the power output is 212 horsepower. It is a powerful alternative, of course, but it is efficient too. So, you might be thinking the Accord Hybrid is done for the day, right? Absolutely not. It offers great ride quality, has loads of driver assistance features by default, a spacious cabin, and a lot more, for the asking price of $27,320. So, should you buy the 2022 Honda Accord Hybrid? It is a yes from us, but read the review for a more vivid picture of this attractive budget hybrid sedan.

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Watch A Tuned Civic Grow A Pair And Take On Its Cousin, The Acura TLX Type S, In A Drag Race

Watch A Tuned Civic Grow A Pair And Take On Its Cousin, The Acura TLX Type S, In A Drag Race

Despite the tune-up, the Civic doesn’t make as much power as the TLX, but it is much lighter

The Acura TLX is an underrated sedan that excels in almost all departments, especially the driving dynamics. Add the Type S masala to it and you have yourself a sporty sedan that offers a decent luxury cred as well. Sam from ‘Sam CarLegion’ brought an Acura TLX Type S to the drag strip to take on a Honda Civic Touring. It doesn’t seem too fair, does it? But, this isn’t a stock Civic. It’s been tuned to put out 120 horses more than what it comes with. It’s still a lot less than what the TLX churns out, but the Civic is over 1,000 pounds lighter, too. The Civic enters this race as an underdog, but do you think it can trump its more powerful cousin?

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Watch A FWD Honda Civic With A CVT Turn The Tables On An All-Wheel-Drive BMW 330i

Watch A FWD Honda Civic With A CVT Turn The Tables On An All-Wheel-Drive BMW 330i

There’s a catch, though – the Civic is the Hulk and not Bruce Banner

Sam uploaded another fun drag race video on his YouTube channel, Sam CarLegion, this time involving a BMW 330i and a tuned Honda Civic. Well, even the 330i is slightly tuned, but not as much as the Civic. The two cars have quite a lot of differences. The Civic is mated to a CVT that powers the front wheels, whereas the BMW features an eight-cog automatic with an all-wheel-drive system. The BMW is almost 500 heavier as well. While the Civic makes 25 more horses than the Bimmer, the latter makes 60 pound-feet of torque more. But, in the end, none of it mattered because a budget family sedan on steroids beats a marque German car! How about that!

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Watch The Ford Fusion Sport Drag The Honda Accord Down In Hellfire

Watch The Ford Fusion Sport Drag The Honda Accord Down In Hellfire

The Honda Accord couldn’t do much other than stare at the Fusion’s taillight every single time

Remember how the Ford Fusion Sport obliterated the Mustang on the drag strip? Well, it is now back to Sam CarLegion’s channel for a drag race against a Honda Accord. The Accord, in every sense, is an underdog heading into the race. But, unlike some heroes that emerge from the bottom, the Accord couldn’t do much here other than kneeling down in front of the Fusion. Too dramatic, eh?

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2022 Honda Accord

2022 Honda Accord

The Accord is Honda’s answer to the Camry in ways that might make you consider it, plus it is well equipped for $26,120.

After the heavy set of upgrades that came with the 2021 model year, the 2022 Accord remains just as exciting as it was. Being a paradigm of the mid-size sedan market, Honda has been reliable and faithful to its consumers and the 10th-generation Accord proves it, but even with a facelift in 2021, the Accord is now four years old, so is it worth buying today or should you hold out for the 11th-gen model?

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Honda Teases Us with the New Civic Type R Once Again

Honda Teases Us with the New Civic Type R Once Again

Watch the fastest hot hatch demolish the Suzuka Circuit

Even with COVID-19 and the digital world looking to wipe live, brick-and-mortar auto shows from existence, Japan is giving these ancient relics at least one last shot. The Tokyo Auto Salon has produced several interesting cars in 2022, although most will never see the light of day ever again. Honda, however, showed off the new Civic Type R in the flesh, albeit covered in camouflage. The Japanese marque also released a new teaser video to get even more hype for the hottest of hatchbacks.

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The Coolest Cars in the World

The Coolest Cars in the World

Here’s a list of some of the coolest cars of 2021

If you are in the market for a car, you will be surprised at the number of offerings you get in every single segment. Right from your Nissan Versa to a Ferrari F8 Tributo; there is competition in every segment. Whether you’re into classic cars, imported models or luxury items, you will be spoilt for choices. But, not every car you see is a cool one. There are a number of factors in determining whether a car is cool or not. There’s the exterior, the interior, the performance, and most importantly, it’s every individual’s opinion. You may or may not agree with some of the entries here, but here’s a look at the coolest cars of 2021.

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2021 HPD Civic Si Race Car Prototype

2021 HPD Civic Si Race Car Prototype

A long list of updates transform the Civic Si into the perfect racer

2021 SEMA Show will open its doors on November 2nd, and, this year’s edition promises to be a very good show. As expected, Honda’s lineup for the Las Vegas show this year will be mostly about the new Civic Si.

A total of three different updates will be presented for the new sports sedan, including a racing prototype developed by Honda Performance Development (HPD). The car has been specially designed for SRO TC Americas, amateur touring car series, club racing and dedicated track day use.

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2021 Honda Civic Si Race Car by Team Honda Research West

2021 Honda Civic Si Race Car by Team Honda Research West

Are an extra 20 horsepower and more aggressive look enough to transform the Civic Si into a real racer?

The second Civic Si racing car to be presented at the 2021 SEMA Show, next to the HPD Civic Si Race Car Prototype, comes from Team Honda Research West (THR-W).

The model was built to compete in the National Auto Sports Association’s (NASA) 25-hour of Thunderhill sports car race in Northern California Dec. 3-5, 2021.

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2022 Honda Civic Si by HPD

2022 Honda Civic Si by HPD

It takes for the right updates to completely transform the look of the Civic Si

Honda Performance Development (HPD) is coming with two Civic Si projects at the 2021 SEMA Show. Next to the HPD Civic Si Race Car Prototype, the company is also bringing a "regular" Civic Si, but updated with a few very cool looking HDP elements.

The best part is that all these elements can already be ordered at Honda dealerships around the country.

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The 2022 Honda Civic Si Is Refinement At Its Best

The 2022 Honda Civic Si Is Refinement At Its Best

The new Honda Civic Si comes with quite a few changes that make it a lot sportier than before

Unlike the Honda Civic Type-R which has been leaked many times and we have some details already, the automaker managed to stay tight-lipped about the new Civic Si. But, the eleventh-gen Si is here now and it comes with quite a few changes. On paper, it makes less power, but the car is said to be improved in a whole lot of other aspects. It now features the Type-R’s rev-matching, peak torque at lower rpm, and even better exhaust flow. How about that!

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UPDATED: New Details About the Civic Si Paint An Interesting Picture, And The Type R Is Still A Mystery

UPDATED: New Details About the Civic Si Paint An Interesting Picture, And The Type R Is Still A Mystery

It’s not just the Civic coupe that didn’t make the cut for 2022

Honda just revealed all the dirty details about both the 2022 Honda Civic Hatchback and the Civic Sedan, and, on top of this, we’ve learned a little bit about the Civic Si and Civic Type R. Honda didn’t go all out and spoil the party of anxiety leading up to the launch of these two gems, but we did learn a couple of things about them, including a very strange twist that nobody saw coming.

Update 10-18-2021: Honda has released a final teaser of the new Honda Civic Si along with the promise that it will be revealed on October 19, 2021. Check out the new image and what we know about it below.

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The latest Honda Civic takes on the Hyundai Elantra at the drag strip. The results might surprise you

The latest Honda Civic takes on the Hyundai Elantra at the drag strip. The results might surprise you

Its Turbo power in the new Civic vs a naturally aspirated engine in the Elantra. Which one will dominate? Let’s find out

The all-new Honda Civic takes on one of its top rivals in the compact sedan class, the Hyundai Elantra in a couple of ¼ mile drag races.

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Can the Honda Accord Sport 2.0t Take On The BMW 330iX In a Drag Race?

Can the Honda Accord Sport 2.0t Take On The BMW 330iX In a Drag Race?

Honda Accord Sport Vs BMW 330i xDrive - Can the sporty Japanese sedan measure up to the BMW 330i xDrive?

When it comes to drag-racing new vehicles, the YouTube channel Sam CarLegion does a very thorough job. Two or more cars are pitted against each other multiple times, in different drive modes. This time, it’s two of the most popular sporty sedans currently on the market – the Honda Accord Sport 2.0t and the BMW 330iX, and the result might surprise you.

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There Was a Time When Mercedes Built Hondas in an Unexpected Collaboration

There Was a Time When Mercedes Built Hondas in an Unexpected Collaboration

In the 1980s, Honda wanted to build Cars in South Africa. Mercedes happily obliged.

The automotive industry has seen many collaborations between carmakers, especially in recent years, when cost-cutting seems to be the name of the game. However, some collaborations you just wouldn’t expect. When to Mercedes, it was Porsche who helped shove a V-8 into the W124, creating the 500E, but this time, it was Mercedes who helped another car company. That car company was Honda, who at the time was looking to establish a foothold in South Africa and, apparently, it was a win-win situation.

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The 2022 Honda Civic Is Now On Sale At Dealers Everywhere

The 2022 Honda Civic Is Now On Sale At Dealers Everywhere

The 2022 Civic Is Now On Sale, With Prices Very Similar To The 2021 Model Year, But With A Lot More To Offer

2022 Honda Civic prices Trim Engine MSRP1 MSRP Plus $995 Destination Charge2 EPA Mileage Rating3 City/Hwy/Combined LX 2.0L $21,700 $22,695 31 / 40 / 35 Sport 2.0L $23,100 $24,095 30 / 37 / 33 EX 1.5 Turbo $24,700 $25,695 33 / 42 / 36 Touring 1.5 Turbo $28,300 $29,295 31 / 38 / 34

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Here's Your First Look At The 11th Generation Honda Civic Sedan

Here’s Your First Look At The 11th Generation Honda Civic Sedan

More info to follow towards the end of the month

We finally get to see what the new 2022 Honda Civic sedan will look like as Honda was kind enough to publish a picture of the road-going model, an evolution of the Civic Prototype unveiled in November 2020.

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This 900HP AWD Honda Is Just Insane

This 900HP AWD Honda Is Just Insane

Yet another piece of proof that an old Honda Civic is a great platform to build upon

About three years ago, the most heavily-modified Honda Civics in the US gathered on a runway and had a drag race. Two of the cars pushed well-over 1,000 horsepower, but the winner was a relatively stock-looking EG hatchback, with 900 horsepower and all-wheel-drive conversion. Needless to say, the car proved a point – power is nothing without control. Fast-forward three years and AWD high-horsepower Civic builds are starting to become more mainstream. The YouTube channel “That Racing Channel” (TRC) stumbled upon one of them.

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