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im too young now but the Honda CR-Z EX model is pretty much the car i want...what i wanna find out is does it have NEXIQ-2 USB Link 2nd row seating like ur average 2 door coupe or does it only have the 2 front seats like the Nissan 370Z
The Honda Civic Type R has stolen back its thunder from the VW Golf GTI Clubsport S after the Golf broke its Nürburgring record.
The Japanese automakers took its hot hatch on a tour of European circuits to set new record lap times for FWD models at each of those tracks.
First, though, the backstory. Ever since Renault set a record at the Nürburgring Nordschleife for a FWD car back in 2011 with the Mégane RS Trophy, which ran a lap time of just under 8 minutes and 8 seconds, holding this record has become coveted by European hot hatches. The Civic Type R took the Nürburgring title in May 2014 by clocking a lap time of 7:50 – a record recently broken by the VW Golf GTI Clubsport S this past May by a slim margin (7:49.21).
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has sent the Civic Coupe into a wall, producing the highest crash test results possible.
Just like its four-door brother, the Honda Civic Coupe has been given the Top Safety Pick Plus award but only when equipped with the optional front-crash prevention system.
The coupe scored the top rating of ‘good’ in every crash test category including the small overlap front test, the moderate overlap test, side crash tests, roof strength tests and for its head restraints and seats.
The Honda Civic Coupe’s optional front crash prevention system was able to completely avoid a collision at both 12 and 25 mph, earning it a superior rating. In order to wear the ‘Plus’ moniker, front crash prevention must be rated at least ‘advanced.’
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