The car has a solid sports car feel. Then the vtech kicks in and it launches; feels similar to a turbo engage. Beautiful naturally aspired performed while still yielding 30mpg on the highway (i have been getting 32 mpg). I find the interior to be very comfortable and the required touch points are all within reach of the driver (radio, mirrors, door handles, etc). These are becoming increasingly hard to find with rumors of no more 2010 Civic SIs being built to make way for the 2011 transformation. If you can find one, i would most certainly recommend it!
USB port for radio, engine/six speed tranny combo, tire grip on the road
The radio has a subwoofer in the middle of the rear deck. The stock radio in a 1988 Accord from years back with the stock 6X9's in the rear deck pounded more than this sub.
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