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Video: Autocar pits Audi R8 V10 versus... Honda Civic Type R Mugen?

Audi R8 V10 vs. Honda Civic Type R Mugen – Click above to watch the video

Honda fixin' to release new limited-edition Civic Type-R three-door in Japan

Honda Civic Type R Euro Mugen – Click above for high-res image gallery

Honda UK releases Civic Type-R Mugen 200 to celebrate return to BTCC

Honda Civic Type-R Mugen – Click above for high-res image gallery

Rumormill: Honda CR-Z Type-R coming to Tokyo Motor Show

Click above for an un-photoshopped gallery of the Honda CR-Z Concept

Honda unveils 2009 Tokyo Auto Salon lineup

Click above for a hi-res gallery of the Sports Modulo S2000 Concept and friends

Nihon Car puts 1000 km on the new JDM Civic Type R

Nihon Car is one of our favorite sites. It's one of the only places you can get quality English-language reviews of the hottest new stuff from Japan. The guys at Nihon just took the new JDM Honda Civic Type R sedan on a 1000km jaunt, and have impressions aplenty to share. The 225-horsepower Civic Type R boasts advantages of 65 horsepower and 19 lb-ft of torque over the standard Civic sedan while weighing 66 pounds less at the same time. Sounds like a recipe for fun, if you ask us, and to hear Ni

Honda launches the Civic Type R sedan in Japan

Click image to view 62 desktop-sized pics of the Honda Civic Type R sedan

Honda Civic Type R may come to America in 2010

During a recent press drive of the Euro-market Civic Type R, Winding Road's European editor Matt Davis appears to have gotten unofficial confirmation that Honda will be offering a Type R variant of the U.S. model Civic in 2010. Speaking with an unnamed assistant chief engineer, Davis learned that the car we'll get is likely based on the Japanese Domestic Market Civic Type R, which is a four-door sedan rather than the Euro market's three-door hatchback. Since Honda already sells the four-door Civ

VIDEO: Honda Civic Type-R in Paris

We're going to spare you the weeping, wailing and gnashing of teeth that seems to take place every time a new Type-R is released and the U.S. is left off the shipping invoice. It's safe to say that we're getting used to the disappointment, but when we compare the newly designed Euro-Civic to our own two- and four-door offerings, it feels like the knife gets twisted a little deeper into our gut.