- Looking to sell the car urgently.
- Engine is good condition.
- Complete service history available.
- Original return file is available.
- After Market Alloy rims.
- As good as a brand new car.
- Lady Driven Car in Immaculate Condition.
- No Work Required in Car.
- Excellent Mileage , Local Average = 14 km , Long Average = 16 km
2017 Honda Civic Type R Expert Review
The 2017 Honda Civic Type R is much more than just a faster Civic. Honda took the Civic, arguably the best car in its class, and thoroughly reengineered it into a performance thoroughbred. Under the hood is a 306-horsepower turbocharged 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engine connected to a rev-matching 6-speed manual transmission. The Civic hatchback body has been modified with structural adhesives for better rigidity, and a unique front suspension to reduce torque steer. All that wild bodywork actually increases downforce. While it’s true the Ford Focus RS is quicker in a straight line and boasts all-wheel drive, the Civic Type R costs considerably less and is far more comfortable on a day-to-day basis.
Driving the Used 2017 Honda Civic Type R
Honda’s 2017 Civic Type R is one of those rare cars that lives up to the hype of being equally adept at the daily commute and a racetrack. Around town, with the adjustable suspension set to Comfort, the Type R feels a lot like a very quick Civic. The engine offers excellent torque delivery from low revs, meaning you don’t have to constantly shift the 6-speed just to get the car moving; instead, you’ll do it just because it’s a joy to use, especially with the quick rev-matching feature. The triple-pipe exhaust system is maybe too good at its job, as there’s very little exhaust noise even at full throttle. At the track, with the drive mode set to +R, the Type R fulfills its track-ready promise. The rev-matching speeds up, the suspension stiffens, and the engine pulls strongly as the car begs you to push it harder through each corner.
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