2018 Sport Touring Splash Guards - 10th Gen Civic Forum
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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 09-23-2019, 01:53 PM Thread Starter
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Question 2018 Sport Touring Splash Guards

I bought a 2018 Sport Touring Hatchback and at the time there were no splash guards available. I am seeing now that they are available on the 2020 model. Does anyone know if they will fit the 2018 as well?
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I bought a 2018 Civic Sport Touring Hatchback brand new in 2018. The FL dealer I bought it from said they didn't make mud flaps for that model Civic, as the attach area was different than other Civic models. WRONG!!! They did make them way back then & I found them advertised here on this forum site. I think they also fit the new 2020 same model Civic. Not sure of the name of the Midwest Honda dealer, but they advertise here, & I think it is something like Indian Hills Honda. Someone can correct me if I am wrong. When you find out, contact them by phone or email, for the exact 2018 Sport Touring splash guard part number, or even order from them, as they are reliable. You get great directions, hardware, front & rear guards, & mounting template needed for the rear ones. I installed mine in about an hour as I recall, & you don't need to remove the tires. On the front, I turned the wheel full one way for more mounting room as I did each side.
Edit to above: It is not Indian Hills. It is College Hills Honda in Wooster, Ohio. I found it. These are Honda parts, & not after market. If you have a part number, they are probably available to order from any Honda dealer, but this dealer sells theirs for sure, with the mounting hardware & directions, & also has online pdf file for the model year installation instructions available on their web site. If you install yourself, don't rush it, to make sure you are getting a tight fit. You have to drill one or two small holes in the outer fender on each rear one, for a simple bracket installation. Mine look great! Good luck for yours!

Last edited by CharlieinFL; 09-26-2019 at 01:18 AM. Reason: Additional info
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