Home > Uncategorized > 2018 Honda Civic Si – The Civic you SHOULD buy 2018 Honda Civic Si – The Civic you SHOULD buy newsthree August 30, 2017 Uncategorized 32 Comments The 10th Generation Honda Civic comes in five different versions. I’ve driven the sedan, coupe, hatchback, the Type R and finally the Civic Si. This would … source Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window) Related Tweet Pin It Related Posts Jimmy Kimmel on Donald Trump’s ‘Fire and Fury’ Threat to North Korea Ayesha Curry Is the Newest Face of Covergirl Hungary says Ukraine's new school law hurts minority rights About The Author newsthree 32 Comments Waseem Sells August 30, 2017 If you have driven a few Hondas without a volume knob without realizing there is a volume knob on the steering wheel then I have to say you are the knob! It's safer and easier using the control on the wheel rather then the head unit. Especially if you are driving a manual transmission. Texas Shaz August 30, 2017 Why do y'all get the LED headlamps and we get the halogens?? raph0412 August 30, 2017 In the beginning there is an si w LED headlights shown. After 1-2min into video the headlight design is completely different. Are there two different cars being shown? Frankitox14 August 30, 2017 I really dislike the rear end of the car. Mike Berry August 30, 2017 No more options? You mean something like navigation which is an option for the EX but not the Si? Lame Dumb Dead1 August 30, 2017 How much power can you really squeeze out if that 1.5l??? jimmydaves August 30, 2017 I was all set to buy a Civic Sport Hatch, but can't find one in my area. I love hatchbacks but f I got an Si, which model, coupe or sedan, would come closer to the feel of a hatch? what I like about the hatch the most is from the inside. I feel that I have great visibility from all locations. Melvin Reyes August 30, 2017 Love the car inside and outside 👌👌 DrWeeWe August 30, 2017 Should have at least offered the Si in the Hatchback d1zguy August 30, 2017 Sorry can't agree. Did not like the shifter feels, The insane rev-hang plus FWD and not much power compared to an automatic. Type-R or just any other AWD or RWD car with a manual. Mario Ballester August 30, 2017 Is this 2017 or 2018 civic si? reon barrett August 30, 2017 for the money its right on pay more for more power Sherwin Carin August 30, 2017 This guy looks like he's not getting enough sleep. Great review though. Keith Camplin August 30, 2017 I own a 2017 Si in Black. Really love the car and want to drive it ALL the time. Rondal Childers August 30, 2017 In reality the SI is 20K+ less. You can't touch the typeR for sticker price. They're easily going for 10k over sticker. Higher in most areas. Rohit Raphael August 30, 2017 the opinion about rear bumper is spot on… honda should have kept it simple… overdesigning ruins the overall judgement of consumers… Guan August 30, 2017 Honda ruined the civic with me will all these huge plastic parts with no function and how do you still not provide a volume knob. I'll stick with my '08. Gauge167 August 30, 2017 Please for the love of god and cars bring back the s2000 to cAt least challenge miata and frs Steven James DeBlasi August 30, 2017 Honda Civic Si or Honda Civic Sport Touring? I prefer the hatchback, but I was surprised to find that the Sport Touring model is more expensive than the Si! With the Si, you can only get a sedan or a stylish (but less practical) coupe, but it must have much sportier parts and underpinnings, right? xsvmalice August 30, 2017 What in the fuck is wrong with people? I owned a 2015 si and there's volume on the steering wheel and it works just fine bb65346 August 30, 2017 jeez. There has to be atleast a couple hundred car reviewers. People have to get a little more creative and do something different because pretty soon, your videos are going to get lost Maurizio Riccio August 30, 2017 Enough already with the volume knob!!! Volume control is on the steering wheel where it belongs. I don't want to reach over to change the volume, I want my hands on the steering wheel or the stick shift. Rant done. Uncle joe August 30, 2017 meh just get the new camerry larry Spiller August 30, 2017 Volume knob still doesn't bother me John Cunningham August 30, 2017 Sorry, but the size of the tires does change the length of the vehicle. gowdaflow August 30, 2017 Honda, please!!!!!………. bring back the S2000 already….. ReyXtractor August 30, 2017 Why does everyone make a big deal of the volume knob? I mean yeah it is a bit difficult at first but you get used to it I've lived with my 2015 civic Si and it had no volume knob but it's fine with me I actually like it Sergio Marron August 30, 2017 Honda should have offered the Si with a 1.8 liter or 2 liter turbo engine with 230-250 hp. My1freind August 30, 2017 Are those led headlights a dealer option? Since on Honda's website you can't add it on when you build your own that's why I ask. S Kirk August 30, 2017 No hatchbackIt came down to the manual Civic HB and the Si Sedan for me, but the HB was just too versatile. So sad <SOB> The Si is not a "sports" car , but a great "near sports" car that you can drive quite happily as a daily driver. B3burner August 30, 2017 I can already say that I like the '18 Civic Si "shocking blue", much much better than the bland '07 medium/grey'ish blue that was on that model stock 11 years ago. B3burner August 30, 2017 I have a 2007 Civic that I absolutely love, still is just a tick under 100k miles… and nothing is wrong with it whatsoever. Do you think replacing it with a 2018 Civic is really a smart move to make? Or if I'm happy with what I have, better the devil I know, than the one I don't? I typically despise change, but at the same time am always curious to see what else new is out there. Kind of an interesting conundrum to be in.