While not as popular as high horsepower muscle cars here in the US, the hot hatch class is an important staple of car culture. Everyone knows of the little hot hatches, and if you’re into performance driving, you’ve probably owned/driven one at some point. It kinda makes sense that most driving enthusiasts will have experience … Continue reading For Newer Enthusiasts – Hot Hatches are Practicality Meeting Performance
Now to get started with complete transparency, I've owned a 5th gen, so I might be a tiny bit biased. The "Lude"(as I knew it) was black, everything was stock and the engine lasted all the way up to 180,000 miles. To be fair, that's nothing for a Honda, but this thing lived a hard … Continue reading The Last Prelude
This one is an article more for the newer people in the car community; especially the ones without too much cash in their pockets. In the search for a cheap starter enthusiast car (which is most likely gonna be an inline four cylinder), these new enthusiasts often are looking at the old Civic hatchback or … Continue reading Four Fun & Affordable Four-Bangers that Newer Enthusiasts Often Overlook
“Type R” and “Si” are both words/abbreviations synonymous with Honda’s front-wheel drive performance history. Both of these badges have rightfully earned a significant following in the car community, based on their combination of precision handling and power for the money, but these cars are very different. The Type R is the serious precision track star, … Continue reading Honda Civic Type R and Si. What’s the Difference?
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