The Honda Civic is a reliable tune-friendly icon for many. The SI variation has always set a benchmark for affordable performance so the guys toss it down a canyon road to see if it still measures up.

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    • Kreativ Brute
      Kreativ Brute

      Thinking of getting the si for my daily drive

      about 25 days ago
    • Ari Fleming
      Ari Fleming

      When you consider that its Honda you really can't complain sure from stock there's not many fancy features but Honda does thus on purpose because they know their customers are race enthusiasts and want to have fun so they make it so easy to adjust and tune these cars.

      about 3 months ago
    • menswearhous
      menswearhous

      is the color of the car red or is that the orange

      about 4 months ago
    • Bryan Dadum
      Bryan Dadum

      These guys dont know what they are talking about at all.. just a couple of Honda haters pretending to give a review... I started driving in a civic... branched out to other cars and ended up back in a civic .. get your facts straight guys

      about 4 months ago
    • Ronin Law
      Ronin Law

      You guys are so ass backwards on the review of this car. And secondly, Honda is not responsible for your oversized caveman head.

      about 5 months ago
    • Gavin Lee
      Gavin Lee

      "The engine too loud"......its a SI the engine noise is for people who want to hear it

      about 6 months ago
    • Ryan Wingate
      Ryan Wingate

      Lowering springs fix the only complaint

      about 7 months ago
    • White Kita
      White Kita

      is this the 2013 model?

      about 8 months ago
    • I Am The Walrus
      I Am The Walrus

      What a shitty review.

      about 11 months ago
    • dannyboy768
      dannyboy768

      It redlines at 6700 rpm 😢 Lucky I bought an fg2

      about 11 months ago
    • Sam Dixon
      Sam Dixon

      Slow.

      about 1 year ago
    • Alex Nichols
      Alex Nichols

      your wrong, mx5, brz and wrx are all more expensive, what are you talking about? and honda offers you the best features for the price,

      about 1 year ago
    • TruePlaya92
      TruePlaya92

      8th gen Civic si is better

      about 1 year ago
    • TheGearhead222
      TheGearhead222

      I put around 278K on my 1994 Civic EX Coupe and bought a 2007 Civic Si Coupe with around 151K on the odometer. Fun to drive with 30 mpg!:)-John in Texas

      about 1 year ago
    • Paul Stabin
      Paul Stabin

      Looking for a review of the 2017 Si by these guys. .

      about 1 year ago
    • Alex Nichols
      Alex Nichols

      obviously you cant launch the car, 6.9 sec? car and driver did it in 6.1 with the vbox

      about 1 year ago
    • winglessang31
      winglessang31

      The design’s so hideously economy car. Yuck, Honda. Made worse by the back end so high in the air. Definitely prefer the newest generation. But a Genesis coupe looks way better and is fast than both.

      about 1 year ago
    • Matthew Frey
      Matthew Frey

      See, this review doesn't quite appreciate the Si for what it is. They compare it to cars far less practical, like the BRZ and Miata, neither of which really has a usable backseat or the reliability of a Honda. And WRXs are much more expensive. Plus, this shifter is amazing! Why not mention that? And the engine is "loud?" What? This and the K20 are some of my favorite sounding engines of all time, I love that you get some drama when accelerating. This thing isn't about low-end torque or quiet refinement. No, it's about high-revving the car, hearing the VTEC, experiencing the thrilling handling, and all the while still being in a Honda Civic with a bulletproof engine and practical, usable features. Plus, a great interior.

      about 1 year ago
    • Mario Paul
      Mario Paul In reply to Matthew Frey

      100 percent agree.

      about 3 months ago
    • N54 N55 B58
      N54 N55 B58

      More of a Mercedes and BMW type of person, but both of these guys are pretty stupid imo. Civic si is a wonderful little car.

      about 2 years ago
    • Canadian Geese Own Eagles All Day
      Canadian Geese Own Eagles All Day

      Mines the same colour :)

      about 2 years ago
    • Sean Smile
      Sean Smile

      should I get a 2014 civic si or a fiesta st 2015 .

      about 2 years ago
    • Keaton Goodwin
      Keaton Goodwin

      It's a smaller economic car, so a lot of the negative, subjective points seemed a little unreasonable. The entire video seemed extremely inconsistent with contradicting arguments from the same person. I would like to say we have just different tastes and call it a day, but the thesis was wonky and I still don't know your exact position on the car. While you did have some interesting and well informed comments, there are much better reviews out on the web. Dislike :(

      about 3 years ago
    • TassieLorenzo
      TassieLorenzo

      "I got to ride in the SI last year maybe it was the one I was in but when it shifted u actually felt the rough jolt when gears changed the ride is good. " It has a factory lightweight flywheel since Hondas are designed properly and thoughtfully. [AFAIK, GTI manuals have a dual mass flywheel which is just ridiculous for a sportyish car.] Just need more practise driving the Si. :)

      about 3 years ago
    • Louis Lopez
      Louis Lopez

      Hey you two guys, I find your reviews actually depressing. I think you need a break from driving cars.

      about 3 years ago
    • Mario Paul
      Mario Paul In reply to Louis Lopez

      Seriously! They are overly critical of cars.aybe the internet has rubbed on them too much.

      about 3 months ago
    • Matteo Boettger
      Matteo Boettger

      the first shot of the vid looks like the intersection in furious 7

      about 3 years ago
    • EverydayDriver
      EverydayDriver In reply to Matteo Boettger

      +Matteo Boettger - That's exactly where it is, but shot many years prior. Good eye.

      about 3 years ago
    • TheSugarbear76
      TheSugarbear76

      I was about to buy the 2015 version of this car but shared the same issues as you guys with the really high seating position. My head has really close to the ceiling and I'm only 6'1''. I got the fiesta st instead though, so this story has a happy ending.

      about 4 years ago
    • TheSugarbear76
      TheSugarbear76 In reply to TheSugarbear76

      I like the Si a lot. I was really close to getting it but I just didn't like that I was so high in the car. In the fiesta I have a cockpit style seating position. I also prefer it's driving feel. Steering, suspension, how it handles high speeds, etc. No regrets after a year of owning.

      about 2 years ago
    • ReyXtractor
      ReyXtractor In reply to TheSugarbear76

      TheSugarbear76 I'm not as tall as you are but I've had people that are over 6 ft and have no problem being my in the car I love the Si but then again I've never driven the Fiesta ST just being in the passenger side and I didn't like the dashboard it seem cheap to me.

      about 2 years ago
    • adrian m8
      adrian m8 In reply to TheSugarbear76

      +TheSugarbear76 Great choice man. I've never driven the 15 Si but I have driven the 16 Fiesta ST. Such a fun car.

      about 3 years ago
    • Daniel Bond
      Daniel Bond

      Pretty sure the Si costs significantly less than a WRX or a BRZ.

      about 4 years ago
    • Xiaoyang Li
      Xiaoyang Li In reply to Daniel Bond

      @Daniel Bond
      yay sorry should compared si to frs.
      i like my frs but want si' red seatbelt so bad haha

      about 2 years ago
    • TassieLorenzo
      TassieLorenzo In reply to Daniel Bond

      I notice Honda have restored the bucket seats in the 10th generation. :) (Seem to be Type R seats with different fabric.) Pity about the 1.5L only...

      about 2 years ago
    • TassieLorenzo
      TassieLorenzo In reply to Daniel Bond

      +Daniel Bond Agreed, the older 8th gen type r seats are much nicer. I'm pretty sure the Si just has standard seats with different colours and stitching (now with the red inserts).

      about 3 years ago
    • Daniel Bond
      Daniel Bond In reply to Daniel Bond

      @Xiaoyang Li brz is 2 grand more. But yeah the Si has more features. But if you compare it to the limited manual its 4 grand more. And the series blue is 7 grand more. And I'm not even sure what you get for the extra money. All I know is the Si has a nice interior, but for being a sport edition car it should've had the option for a deeper bucket seat. Also if it came lower from factory it would be nice

      about 4 years ago
    • Xiaoyang Li
      Xiaoyang Li In reply to Daniel Bond

      Si and brz r about the same!! Si have wayyyy better interior and more spacious while brz is a RWD.

      about 4 years ago
    • kaanoktar81
      kaanoktar81

      euro type r or Japanese are faster I know but this engine is the torky one

      about 4 years ago
    • TassieLorenzo
      TassieLorenzo In reply to kaanoktar81

      +kaanoktar81 Yep! If it's K24Z7 had the later K20 RSP head (flows 312 cfm stock!) it would be awesome indeed, maybe it would produce at least 220-230bhp, oh well... It has that dumb integrated manifold head instead. :(

      about 3 years ago
    • kaanoktar81
      kaanoktar81

      ok they say economy car lets see pick another car in its class and while u are in 3 rd gear put it in last gear both and kick it and you ll see what Honda is

      about 4 years ago
    • Corey Jones
      Corey Jones

      Can you review a sedan? I've driven both (and I own an eighth gen sedan), and the sedans feel more communicative to me. They have more polar movement in turns. I haven't seen any big-league, legitimate reviews of the Si sedan - all of the major reviews have been with the Si coupe, and the coupe body doesn't seem as playful to me even if it is point-whatever seconds faster to 60 and has two doors.

      Honda has always been good at providing seemingly-random, unusual design changes that end up making sense, especially when you actually use them (see: '02-'06 CR-V parking brake). Maybe the sedan body for the Civic Si is one of those design changes. Recall the FD2 (The last JDM Civic Type-R) is a sedan body style. Honda must have chosen the sedan for their most recent performance-oriented creation over the coupe for a reason (I'll nominate frame rigidity).

      about 4 years ago