@Jalopnik editors, please show the Kinja team my accidental 5 pics of the Civic Type R in the above post. It’s coincidentally the same number as how many times I had to refresh this page before I could access the “Reply” button. Read more
You misunderstand. Literally, just losing the wing and the fake vents would make the Civic Type R way more marketable. RWD doesn’t matter here, looking good does.
The Z is the only one of the resurrected ‘90s classics to come in stick. The NSX and Supra don’t have that. I’m equally stoked on the Z and plan to get mine in stick shift too.
If you seek an immature MazdaSpeed3 replacement that’s new and even reliable, why not get a Veloster N?
Maybe a mid-engine successor to the 370Z will be born if they figure things out. That’s be a happy family for sure.
A little gaffer’s tape means “Why Not Both” is a distinct possibility:
MR2 drivers, please post your cars to show Mythbusters they’ve pissed off the wrong group of enthusiasts. We stand with that poor little AW11.
I’m gonna get roasted for this, but here goes:
Performance cred is about making an exciting car. Some cars (Audi RS, AMG, Nissan GT-R, etc.) compete mostly on performance numbers, i.e. “my car’s faster.”
I think you’re just repeating David Tracy’s “Safari All the Things?”