The Civic Type R recently broke with tradition by using a turbocharged engine but Honda’s engineers made sure it was every bit as responsive as its predecessors.
A free-spinning four-cylinder engine with a 9000rpm redline and a specific power output – 88kW per litre – greater than any normally aspirated engine in the world at the time. A slick-shifting, short-throw six-speed manual gearbox. A low centre of gravity, in-wheel double-wishbone suspension front and rear, and perfect 50:50 front/rear weight distribution.
CarAdvice Managing Editor Trent Nikolic has spent plenty of time with the Honda CR-V. In this repost from CarAdvice.com.au, Trent looks at how the CR-V VTi-S AWD handles highway driving.
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