Yesterday was a special day because yesterday, we learned about the amazing Honda Civic Type R pickup truck. Is this the truck that could save the world? All signs point to yes! Let’s take a closer look.
The 24-year-old driver and builder of this 1994 Honda Civic-based kart conversion called his machine the “deathkart,” but unfortunately it cost him his life when he was ejected from it after it was struck by a Pontiac. His home-built cage work was badly mangled in the process.
I can’t help myself. I love the third-generation Honda Civic, particularly all of its extremely ’80s wheels.
While most of us almost compulsively check our fitness trackers every morning before work to see just how poorly we slept, a California couple said they didn’t even wake up when a Honda Civic catapulted into their house early on Tuesday morning. They even said they left their house that day without noticing it.
The 306 horsepower Honda Civic Type R was one of the most eagerly anticipated new cars in years. It’s billed as the ultimate front-wheel-drive track weapon, but is it really? This team is building a Type R into a race car to find out.
Seeing a car that once populated my high school parking lot—a 2000 Honda Civic Si—sell for $22,750 is proof that Bring A Trailer is out of control. This is a car that usually fetches sub-five-digit prices, or so I thought. Sure, this one only had 10,439 miles, but it also sold for almost as much as a new Civic Si.
Much like all of us would like to do on a stressful day during our 9-to-5 work grind, a Honda Civic rolled into a Florida pool Tuesday afternoon. Who doesn’t love a good dip? Local police said driver of the car didn’t get it into park before getting out, and it rolled into a nearby pool with two passengers inside.
The 2000 Honda Civic was a good if unsexy car, coming out in the model’s late middle years. Famously reliable, a lot of 2000 Honda Civics are still puttering around, too, like this one in Kalaeloa, Hawaii, that was viciously stolen Friday via a forklift.
VTEC definitely kicked in right there.
The 2008 Honda Civic EX is a perfectly fine car for normal and regular humans.
The seller of today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe sporty Civic says he’s “testing the waters” with his ad. Let’s let him know whether or not he’s all wet.
I never thought I would but I went out an bought a Honda Civic. It’s not a Type-R or even an Si. It’s a regular ol’ 2008 Honda Civic EX. I drive a lot and I wanted something I didn’t have to worry about. Please don’t hurt me in the comments.
The 2017 Honda Civic Si is not the fastest car you can get for about $25,000. It is not the most powerful or the best handling. A Ford Focus ST would beat it in a drag race, a Mazda Miata would take it in the corners and a Subaru WRX would likely do both. But there is one thing the Civic Si has that’s better than…
Top Gear’s Chris Harris isn’t sure how to feel about Honda. It had its good days, back in the second generation of its front-wheel-drive Civic Type R, but lost its charm for years afterward. But the new car is so good that Harris wonders if one of its biggest competitors, the Ford Focus RS, needs to power all four…
Miguel Carrera is a Santander, Spain-based 23 year-old automotive technician who’s in the process of stuffing a 306 horsepower Civic Type R engine into a 2,100 pound fifth-generation Honda Civic. It’s all part of an epic project aimed at achieving a power-to-weight figure on par with that of a Dodge Challenger…
There’s something about seeing generations of the same car presented side-by-side in an attractive package that just makes tracing their origins all the more interesting. A Honda Civic hatchback is no exception.
On the outside, it just looks like a gray 2014 Honda Civic Si with a crooked front license plate and some stickers on the trunk lid. But under the hood sits a heavily-built 500-horsepower beast that makes Matt Farah, the host of The Smoking Tire, laugh uncontrollably. Watch the video of this “super sleeper,” and…
I drive a lot of cars for work. So much so, that my personal car, a 2004 Honda Civic SiR—or just the Civic Si, if you’re American—is rotting away in press office parking lots covered in bird turds, fuel tank dried up, brakes all seized up. The poor thing just never gets driven. I’m an asshole for neglecting my Civic.