Want to see a Civic tear Jodie Foster's skirt off? Incomprehensibly Japanese animations? CRX worship? All this and more, after the jump!
Honda launched its latest generation of the City subcompact in Thailand yesterday, a fitting locale considering Bangkok is about as close as it's going to get to our shores. The attractive little sedan is priced at the equivalent of about $15,000 and gets power from a 1.5-liter i-VTEC engine, sending it to the front…
It's rough and tough, it's turbocharged, and it gets a yen-pinching 17.6 kilometers per liter (about 41 MPG). Is it any wonder the enraged stainless-steel bulldog feels a deep kinship with the Honda City Turbo?
Tiny Japanese cars from the '70s and '80s are awesome, but can you really fit anything more than a small suitcase or a couple bento boxes in the back? Actually, yes. In fact, back in the '80s, Honda sold the City with a motorcycle in the rear hatch. How did it fit? It transformed!