Jordmaniac
jordmaniac
1/13/20
4:31 PM
63

I’m shocked! Shocked!
Ok, not that shocked. 
I mean, anyone from Ohio could tell you NO ONE IN MICHIGAN CAN DRIVE. Read more

1/10/20
10:37 AM
9

Having driven a nice MKIII and immaculate stock MKIV, you are just simply wrong. The MKV is a better car in just about every way. The MKIII was great and the MKIV handled like a pig. The MKV is faster, handles like a champ, sounds great, and is pretty uncomfortable if you are tall. Read more

1/8/20
8:06 PM
1

Seeing that Civics from the same era is still in the top 5 list of most stolen cars in 2019, I can’t imagine there is a single Integra Type R street parked anywhere. If there is it is seconds away from no longer existing (Being stolen).

1/8/20
4:23 PM
1

Yeah, that type R is the one I keep coming back to. What a unicorn.

1/5/20
1:51 PM
18

I traded in my 2010 WRX for a 2014 BRZ in October of 2014, the BRZ is a better driver’s car by a wide margin. The only thing the WRX did better was accelerate and carry people. Read more

1/5/20
1:45 PM
17

Slow compared to what? I have a 2014 BRZ and I’ve been tracking and autocrossing it since I bought it new. Whenever I give someone a ride they are amazed at how competent and fast it is on the track. The car isn’t for straight lines or stoplight drag races, it’s an amazing performance car in the same vein as a Miata.

1/5/20
1:27 PM
13

The BRZ always was, and always will be, a niche car for a specific type of enthusiast. A WRX isn't even on the same plane of performance when you compare it to what the BRZ was designed to do.

1/5/20
1:12 PM
3

I just hope that the BRZ and Toyota 86 don’t get pulled out of the American market altogether.

12/23/19
2:07 PM
29

I don’t hate all of it, actually. I like the stripe, the wheels look good as well as the front bumper and the tinted windows. I would remove the hood scoop, fake diff and add a matte black spoiler and it would look pretty good to me.

12/19/19
11:34 AM
1

Honda did it better imo. Type R white-over-red >>>>>> mustang white-with-blue

12/17/19
8:33 PM
9

Spending “$40,700 to $51,200,” Hagerty’s valuation on Integra Type Rs, is just preposterous. Get a new Civic Type R instead. Read more

12/11/19
4:36 PM
13

But...it is just marketing. And the car itself looks about as good as a crossover can, while also being the first EV to compete with Tesla on the elusive trifecta of range, performance, and price. Read more