The 2021 Honda Civic Type R Limited Edition is stripped out, lighter, sharper, and even less comfortable than the regular Type R models.
There are BMW M, Mercedes-AMG and Audi RS SUVs and sedans, but Honda wants to keep the Type R brand pure. It won’t even be used by the luxury Acura brand.
The 2020 Honda Civic Type R facelift has a smoother front bumper, redesigned fog light area with color blades, and LED headlamps.
The 2020 Honda Civic Type R Sport Line tones down the hot hatch’s looks with a low height rear spoiler, but keeps the crazy 2L turbo I4.
The 2021 Honda Civic Type R Limited Edition is a stripped back track inspired model available with the exclusive Sunburst Yellow paint.
The 2020 Honda Civic Type R has a bigger grille, updated suspension, better brakes, a new exclusive color (Boost Blue), and a 306hp (228kW) 2L turbo I4.
The 2020 Honda Civic hatch facelift is now available in Europe with subtle styling changes, improve equipment levels, and new wheels.
Based on the Fit/Jazz, the 2020 Honda City supermini sedan has a unique body and interior, and a 1L turbo I3 with 90kW (121hp) and 173Nm (128 lb-ft).
The 2020 Honda Civic hatch facelift has removed for the fake vents/intakes from the bumpers and replace them with plastic plates with a new style accent.
The Honda Fit/Jazz has been completely redesigned for 2020. We put the third and fourth generations side by side to see just how much everything’s changed.