2017 Honda Civic Type R ratings and reviews

A completely new concept for 2017, the 2017 Honda Civic Type R not only holds the record for fastest front-wheel-drive production car speed, but it also boasts the most powerful engine in a Honda production vehicle in the United States. The engine is direct-injected and turbocharged with a peak horsepower of 306 and 295 lb-ft of torque. Its track speed tops out at around 170 mph, reaching 60 mph in under five seconds, but its aerodynamics and low running resistance offer performance off the track as well. On city streets, drivers can expect an EPA estimated gas mileage of between 22 and 28 mpg, along with exceptional responsiveness and agility. The Type R offers only a 6-speed manual transmission, and a rev-matching feature helps smooth out both upshifts and downshifts. The lightweight body and components maximize the vehicle’s weight, keeping it maneuverable on or off the race track.

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A completely new concept for 2017, the 2017 Honda Civic Type R not only holds the record for fastest front-wheel-drive production car speed, but it also boasts the most powerful engine in a Honda production vehicle in the United States. The engine is direct-injected and turbocharged with a peak horsepower of 306 and 295 lb-ft of torque. Its track speed tops out at around 170 mph, reaching 60 mph in under five seconds, but its aerodynamics and low running resistance offer performance off the track as well. On city streets, drivers can expect an EPA estimated gas mileage of between 22 and 28 mpg, along with exceptional responsiveness and agility. The Type R offers only a 6-speed manual transmission, and a rev-matching feature helps smooth out both upshifts and downshifts. The lightweight body and components maximize the vehicle’s weight, keeping it maneuverable on or off the race track.




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