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2022 Honda Civic Prototype Release Date, Features and Specs
The Honda Civic is a staple of the Honda brand and a popular compact option in the automotive world that promises to be even more impressive with the debut of the 2022 Honda Civic Prototype. With the next-generation Honda Civic on the horizon, many drivers want to know – when will it be available at dealerships? Find out with an in-depth guide to the 2022 Honda Civic Prototype release date, features and specs provided by Rossi Honda.(more…)
The performance model of the Honda brand returned with a 2019 model at the end of last year. For the most part, no mechanical or feature changes were present in the move from the 2018 model to the 2019 model. However, the Sonic Gray Pearl paint color option was added. This lack of differences from 2018 to 2019 is because some radical changes are being saved for the 2020 Honda Civic Type R, which is heavily rumored to premiere as a redesigned hybrid model.
2019 Honda Civic Type R vs 2019 Honda Pilot vs 2019 Honda Ridgeline
In terms of power and performance features, what is the best model in the Honda catalog? We decided to pursue this question. So, with that in mind, we’ve chosen a few 2019 Honda models to compare. Those would be the 2019 Honda Civic Type R performance hatchback, the 2019 Honda Pilot full-size SUV, and the 2019 Honda Ridgeline pickup truck!
2018 Honda Civic Type R Paint Color Options
The 2018 Honda Civic Type R is the go-to Honda model for power, class, and plenty of thrills. Beyond all the fun and entertaining rides you’ll have behind the wheel of the 2018 Honda Civic Type R, drivers will also be doing so in style. The sharp and beautiful build of the 2018 Honda Civic Type R has a flawless design that pairs up expertly with the engine specs and performance features of this signature performance hatchback from the Honda catalog.
2018 Honda Civic Type R Performance Specs
Owning a performance automobile is usually a study in compromise. This is especially true if it’s also your daily driver, or the only car you own. Fun weekends at the track are balanced by the typical lack of cargo space, all-weather handling and general functionality. (more…)