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Thanks to the sleuths at CivicX.com, we've now got our first glimpse at the production 2016 Honda Civic thanks to some patent drawings.

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The Civic Type R is coming to America. We just don't know when and in what form, but it could very well look something like these renderings based on the coupe concept unveiled in New York.

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Honda has confirmed that the driver of a 2003 Civic was harmed when the car's airbag inflator ruptured and sprayed shrapnel. The injuries were reportedly to the person's neck.

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The New Civic Is Hot, The Hatchback Returns And Acura Doesn't Suck

It's a great time to be an enthusiast. From high-horsepower Hellcats to the purist BRZ, engaging automobiles are found in nearly every segment of the market. Everyone wants to join the performance parade. Everyone it seemed, but Honda.

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Honda is shifting production of the European CR-V to Canada for the next model of the crossover. With newly open capacity at the automaker's plant in Swindon, England, the site is slated to become a global manufacturing hub for the future Civic five-door.

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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.

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These spy shots offer an early glimpse at the possible design direction for the next-gen Honda Civic Coupe and Sedan.

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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.

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In order to make use of excess capacity at its European plant in England, Honda is tipped to export the Civic hatchback to North America. But what about the new Type R?

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Honda is recalling over 100,000 more vehicles to replace faulty driver's side airbag inflators supplied by Takata. The models include the 2008 Pilot, 2004 Civic and 2001 Accord.

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Honda is reportedly prepping a new CR-Z and plans to offer some serious performance this time. In place of the hybrid in the US, it might get a detuned version of the 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder from the Civic Type R and ride on the next-gen Civic platform.

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Honda is reportedly using its upcoming 1.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine as the base choice in the next-gen Civic. It's possible that they could both be fully unveiled by the end of 2015.

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The latest Honda Civic Type R being unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show is a 306-horsepower, turbocharged hot hatch that is capable of lapping the Nordschleife in 7:50. At least for now, it remains exclusive to European buyers.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Honda says parts shortages caused by the West Coast ports labor dispute have become severe enough to impede production of the Honda Accord, Civic and CR-V, as well as some Acura models.

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Honda will showcase the new European-market Civic Type R at the Geneva Motor Show next month, but before it does, it's given us some tasty details and teaser images to chew on.

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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.

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Honda plans to release the next-gen Civic Type R some time in 2015, but until then the automaker continues to test it. The latest battery of evaluations is cold weather testing in Sweden. That meant the future hot hatch got to put on some camo and went to play in the snow. Our spies caught it at work, though.

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Out of 16.5-million overall sales in 2014, the top three vehicles sold last year in the US were pickup trucks, led by the Ford F-Series. The rest of the top ten featured three Hondas, two Fords, two Toyotas and a Nissan, and elsewhere on the charts a number of brands had record years.

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