Okay.The last generation Euro Civic? Yes.This thing? Hell to the no.
what's with the assy front and back light assemblies of many cars these days? aren't these lights suppose to blend in with the body and not protrude for they (1) look cheap, (2) are ugly, and (3) prone to damage
like the us version, this euro civic looks pretty crappy compared to last euro civic as well. oh and stay tune for the 2.0 turbo 210 hp "type-r" that will be based on this
Grow the wheels, lose 2 doors and you might have yourself a decent looking RSX....
I so disagree with the previous two comments. I would buy this thing in a heartbeat. Its got an original look. Its got flexibility and utility (hatchback). Its good on gas and its reliable. But mostly, I love the look. The American Civic is just ordinary.
Reactions to the 2010 NA Civic were so horrible that they are pushing up the "substantial refresh" by a year.Looks like Honda was able to admit a Korean butt kicking before Toyota.
I liked it before, but only saw the concept. This has a bad nose job and too small wheels. Usually Hondas dont look this disjointed. RE: "this would make a good Acura"Maybe they could do something with the body, but NO Acura should have a torsion beam suspension. Ever.
What's with the hairlip?
The U.S. Civic is an abomination. This version would be on my short list.
With Honda admitting they screwed up the "new" generation US Civic and that they're rushing changes now... what a great time to unite Europe and the US using this car.
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