Honda is entering the Global Rallycross Championship! That means they’re going to race this badass Civic that will do massive jumps and have a gazillion horsepower (technically 600) and basically be the best Civic in existence at this moment.
The guys at CivicX got the patent drawings of the 2017 Honda Civic Hatchback. Now, you have them too.
There are certain cars that, even in the event of the total collapse of civilization and humanity’s descent into a post-apocalyptic hellscape, will still be sold by the tens of thousands each month. The Honda Civic is one of them. But even though the Civic’s sales are as sure as death and taxes, when was the last time…
The all-new 2016 Honda Civic just hit the dealer lots and already it’s having problems. Late last week Honda announced a stop-sale order on new Civics with the 2.0-liter engine “due to potentially missing or misset piston pin snap rings that may cause engine stall or failure.” That is not good!
With the Snowpocalypse upon us I’m sure everyone’s out driving their lifted trucks and SUVs like we “recommended.” But before modern crossovers dominated our roads, and before Subaru enabled everyone to channel their inner Colin McRae, there were a few other cars with all wheel drive as I’ve touched on this before.…
The European Honda Civic Tourer comes with a 13.2 gallon fuel tank, and this shiny example just set a new world record by covering an average of 100.31 miles per gallon over 8,387 miles.
Car manufacturers can afford to do just about whatever they want for a press picture. Fly a crew to Morocco to shoot the car in the desert? Sure. In front of the Bilbao Guggenheim? Sure.
You know you’re having an interesting weekend when you see a 924 turning laps and almost wish you’d brought your finicky front-engined Porsche. Then we’d have four cars to break! Here’s the quick rundown of how my LeMons experience has been a tad more authentic than usual.
Alleged patent drawings of the 2016 Honda Civic found their way to the internet this weekend and from the look of ‘em, the new car is going to make more of a visual statement than the previous two generations of Civics.
Honda dropped a major bomb on the world by announcing that finally, finally, America will get the Civic Type-R. But we won’t get the neat hatchback the Europeans get — we’re getting our own version based on the new global Civic. If it looked like this, would you go for it?
For years, us Americans have toiled under a separate paradigm. We got one Civic, while most parts of the world received another one. Today, that changes. This is the first global Civic, and it’s a bigger deal than you think. Oh, and we’ll be getting the Type-R, too.
What could possibly be more regular than a four-door, automatic Honda Civic? When you boil down a car to its barest, most regular essence — a means of transportation that works every time you start it up — this is what you get.
Remember when showing off your Civic meant a fart-can exhaust and a completely useless deck-spoiler? I'm glad we have moved beyond that too. Now that we are a little older and wiser we can appreciate a truly magnificent modified masterpiece. Behold this K20 swapped 1979 Honda Civic.
I would rather not have any kind of crash in an older Honda Civic, but these two rally competitors walked away from a huge high speed multiple rollover into a forest. Here's how it happened and why they're proud.
Honda promises the new Civic Type R will be the best performance hot hatch when it hits the showrooms, but I would also like them keep everything just like it is on the concept. Wild.
The new Euro Civic is out, and while Honda still refuses to bring the hatch to the states, one thing that should be coming is its new Android-powered infotainment system.