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11th gen. Honda Civic Hatchback
You already knew that the 2022+ 11th generation Honda Civic line-up would include a hatchback model – it’s been mentioned quite a few times already. How important is that hatchback to the automaker’s bottom line? Well, for starters, the previous model accounted for over 20% of all Civic sales and that 5-door option, which includes
RodrezJun 24, 2021
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2022 Honda Civic Pricing Revealed
It’s a given than anytime a newer model from a long-running family like the Honda Civic is introduced, a price hike will come with it. With the 2022 Honda Civic sedan getting a significant overhaul for its 11th generation, including reworked sheet metal that, like every other new car, carries a heavy number of detractors,
RodrezJun 22, 2021
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Type R-Powered 1996 Honda Accord Wagon
If you’re at all invested in Honda builds of the past, especially those in motorsport, then it’s not too hard to figure out where the inspiration for this 1996 Honda Accord LX wagon came from. Iconic and easily recognizable, the bright patchwork livery that covered the panels of a pair of JACCS/Mooncraft Touring cars, one
RodrezMay 28, 2021
Modifying the 11th gen. Honda Civic
It’s too big, looks too much like an Accord, and Honda should only be using designs from 20 years ago – all things repeated over and over as the official images of the 11th gen. Honda Civic Touring and Sport sedan models were undressed and thrown into the cruel world. The tomato tossing goes for
RodrezMay 11, 2021
11th gen. Honda Civic Production Car
Nothing makes Super Street fans angrier than a prototype or rendering and up until now, that’s all we could offer regarding the 11th gen. Honda Civic. The burnt orange Civic sedan prototype that we talked about in November of last year signified a new direction for Honda who, at least in the enthusiast market, spent
RodrezApr 15, 2021
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Time Capsule 1985 Honda Civic Hatchback
You don’t find many older Hondas in the sort of condition that this 1985 Civic 1500S was found in and, if you do, and you’re immediately hit with throwback vibes and rich memories of piloting the same sort of chassis during “spirited driving encounters” on the streets 30-or-so years prior, then you don’t let it
RodrezApr 15, 2021
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Multifaceted 2018 Honda Civic Type R
The thin, often blurred line that separates street cars from full-fledged track cars is a slippery slope, and one that this 2018 Civic Type R seems to have settled comfortable upon. Its owner, Mary Valdez, made a calculated approach to the build – a process that’s slowly and steadily continued to enhance her FK8’s track
RodrezApr 8, 2021
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660hp AWD Turbo 1990 Honda Civic Si Hatchback
How we got to the point at which a 660hp, AWD turbo 90s-era Civic Si is not only a possibility, but an honest street driven reality, can be chalked up to a few different things. The first is Honda’s unrivaled cross-chassis compatibility. The same compatibility that fueled an early 90s engine swap phenomenon which continues
RodrezMar 25, 2021
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11th gen. Honda Civic Sedan Unveiled
Super Street’s Rodrez: Bet you didn’t expect to see the 11th generation, 2022 Honda Civic sedan so soon, did you? Well, neither did we, but low and behold, these few images popped up and it looks like this might be the real deal. If so, the white sedan looks very much like the prototype that
Alex StoklosaMar 15, 2021
Art of Attack’s K20 ITB 1996 Honda Civic Type R
Cars like this 1996 Civic Type R EK9 are commonly found among the most desired by Honda fans old and young. Sure, it doesn’t carry the dramatic appeal of, say, the original NSX – a car that carries a legion of fans not only enamored with Hondas but car enthusiasts of all types – and
RodrezFeb 19, 2021
Super Street’s Top 10 Honda Civic Feature Cars of All Time
Whether it's an entry into the tuning world or a full-on, high-end build, the Civic has always been a favorite for enthusiasts.
Super Street ArchivesFeb 12, 2021
The Wildest (and Perhaps Only) 1979 Honda Prelude You’ll Ever See
Building a forgotten chassis like this 1979 Honda Prelude, regardless of the region you live in, is always a tough process. Very few bolt-on parts exist and the ones that do are often extremely hard to come by. You’re usually left with retrofitting parts intended for other cars or, if you’re handy, creating them from
RodrezDec 8, 2020
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What We Know About the Upcoming 2022 Honda Civic Type R
Rodrez of Super Street: Did you get the “looks like an Accord, ILX, TLX, Audi, Jetta, Camry, Corolla, Charger” out of your system upon the debut of the 11th gen., 2022 Honda Civic prototype? Ok, cool. Let’s get down to what everyone’s been asking since Honda’s late evening launch of the upcoming Civic family this
Alex NishimotoNov 19, 2020
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First Look at the 11th Generation Honda Civic
You blinked your eyes and just like that, the 11th generation, 2022 Honda Civic is inching closer to being officially production ready. Maybe it was the time warp that occurred between the onset of the global pandemic and the shoulder shrug concerning its current status, but it feels as if the five-year stretch that accompanied
RodrezNov 18, 2020
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Beyond the Bucket List: Riding Shotgun w/ Mario Andretti In A Turbocharged IndyCar Powered By Honda
Sam learns what it's like to experience triple digit speeds and extreme g-forces as he rides backseat with racing legend, Mario Andretti at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Sam DuOct 23, 2020
Honda Tuning
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Acuity Instruments' RSX & Honda K-Swap Adjustable Performance Shifter
Acuity Instruments revamps their testing and production procedures to produce an advanced adjustable short shifter
RodrezOct 23, 2020
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Revisiting The Long Lost 1972 Honda 1300 Coupe 9 GTL
The last car Soichiro Honda personally oversaw and the culmination of the career of one of the auto industry's most prolific icons.
Jacob BrownOct 22, 2020
Honda Tuning
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OEM-Plus 1993 Honda Civic Hatchback - Another One Saved
Based on an OEM+ feel, this hatch carries plenty of details, highly sought-after authentic goods and a nice surprise within its unassuming, nicely laid out engine bay.
RodrezOct 17, 2020
Honda Tuning
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1,300-Pound Civic Type R-Powered Rocketship!
Despite its familiar looks, the Ariel Atom 4 shares only 3 parts with its predecessor: the clutch pedal, brake pedal, and fuel cap. In other words, this is an all-new iteration of Ariel's analog sports car.
Greg FinkOct 15, 2020
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Timeless 2006 Honda S2000 Packs A 460HP Punch!
It's not often you find an S2000 cared for at this level up for sale, and it's rare that someone is in the position to make a purchase that's beneficial for both parties, but that's exactly what happened to Aymaan Rehman
RodrezOct 13, 2020
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