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Weekly Recap for 9.18.15

FCA reaches a tentative agreement with the UAW, Honda reveals the all-new 2016 Civic, and the Frankfurt Motor Show dazzles us again. Autoblog senior editor Greg Migliore reports on the Weekly Recap edition of Autoblog Minute.


The Honda Civic Standard Sedan Revealed In Detroit

Honda reveals the 2016 Civic in Detroit proving that the Frankfurt Motor show isn't the only place for automotive news in September. Autoblog's Mylencia Gillenwaters reports on this edition of Autoblog Mintue with Eddie Sabatini reporting.


The 2.0-liter, turbocharged heart of every Honda Civic Type R in Europe comes from Ohio. In a new video, the company is offering a glimpse of the mill's production line.


Honda is launching the new Civic Type R into an increasingly competitive European hot hatch market. Naturally Xcar went to check it out to see how it drives.


Honda Brings Turbo Power, Hatchback, Si And Type R To America... *Swoon*

Honda surprised us all with this striking Civic Concept, and more with news of Type R and hatchback return.


A multi-vehicle crash in Somerville, Massachusetts last friday sent four people to the hospital, but it could have been must worse if several bystanders hadn't braved the flames to help.


Goodbye, Seat. Step aside, Renault. There's a new King of the Ring - at least as far as front-drive hot hatches are concerned - in the form of the new Honda Civic Type R.


It's been a long time coming, but it looks like it was worth the wait as Honda has finally revealed the production Civic Type R at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, promising the most blistering performance of any front-drive hot hatch on the market.


MotorWeek is looking back on a fondly remembered late-'80s hot hatch with a retro review of the 1989 Honda Civic Si. It wasn't perfect in the show's view, but there was still a lot to praise.


After showcasing numerous prototypes and concepts, Honda will finally take the wraps off the production-spec Civic Type R hot hatch at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show in March.


Okay Honda, you've won the Internet for the week. This cool "double-sided" video, featuring the new Civic and Civic Type R Concept, is one of the more interesting YouTube spots we've seen.


Honda has made some serious performance machinery over the course of its history, but few products have been as hotly anticipated as the upcoming new Civic Type R. Following a deep and proud history of Type R Hondas, the latest Japanese hot hatch is continuing its long striptease at the Paris Motor Show this week. But before it does, Honda has released this video clip featuring project leader Suehiro Hasshi – and he has some bold claims to make.


Street racing is obviously illegal and incredibly dangerous, but that has never stopped people from doing it. While we don't hear nearly as much about the scourge of Japanese tuner cars as when The Fast and the Furious first hit theaters over a decade ago, illegal street racing is still bubbling under the surface all over the island nation. An excellent new documentary short from Bowls Films takes a look at the Kanjozoku from Osaka, Japan; a group that claims to be partially responsible for the


Honda is still about a year away from bringing back the Civic Type R to challenge Europe's hot hatch ranks, but the wait isn't stopping the brand from starting its promotion in the UK with a truly strange ad campaign.


Wait, wait, wait. We promise that there's something to do with cars in this story. Really, there is. It also, though, features some basketball antics. And the entire thing is possible thanks to the magic that is the GoPro.


People do some weird things in their cars. Take these two gentlemen and their Honda Civic. Rather than tune in to satellite radio or hook up an iPod, they've opted to create their own music.


Christopher Hoffman is a guy I'd like to meet. He's profiled in the latest installment of Petrolicious, titled Original Fanboy, because of his love and dedication to his 1987 Honda CRX Si. And that's something I can relate to.

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