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Hello everybody, surprised to see a forum up already for the next Civic. I searched google for "10th gen Civic forum", and now I'm here!

I currently own an 8th gen Civic Si coupe, and I'm looking to upgrade to the 10th gen Civic Si, whenever it comes out. Long time Honda fan here.
 

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Great to have you here. What has made you such a Honda loyalist? I guess that means you've had nothing but good experiences with them.

Since you have a Honda Civic, what would you like to see improved from that model in the 10th gen Civic?
 

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Great to have you here. What has made you such a Honda loyalist? I guess that means you've had nothing but good experiences with them.

Since you have a Honda Civic, what would you like to see improved from that model in the 10th gen Civic?
I've been a fan of NA motors and manual transmissions, and as we know, Honda makes the best of both.

I'd like to see a fresh interior design, and new styling. Something new is what I'm looking for.
 

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Same. I have a record of buying a new Civic every 10 years, so I probably won't buy another one until 2022.
Wow impressive, I can't stay with a car more than 5 years I get bored with it, so I traded in or do a private sale...
 

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Wow impressive, I can't stay with a car more than 5 years I get bored with it, so I traded in or do a private sale...
Oh, I used to not be able to go more than a few years without wrecking or trading in my vehicle for something newer and shinier. I bought my first car in 2002 - a Civic EX sedan. I rolled it 2.5 times with less than 3000miles/4828kms going 100mph/161kph+. Then I bought a 1998 Integra LS coupe and traded it in for an Element LX in 2003. I soon learned that All-Wheel Drive did not mean 4-Wheel Drive when I wrecked it in the desert trying to leave the same way I went it. I traded that for some Dodge Dakota king cab. Hated it. I ended up selling it even though I still owed like $20000 on it from all the negative equity I kept on rolling into the next vehicle I bought. My CBR600 was my main mode of transportation (though I wrecked it but not to the point of totalling it) for about a year before I bought a 1991 Accord SE in 2005 or so. I wrecked it a year later and ended up buying one of the first Fits that hit my local dealership. Knock on wood I haven't wrecked it... yet. Then I bought my 2012 Civic Si in 2012. 10 years after I bought my first Civic. I'll pay it off in early 2016 then will buy a 2018 CBR1000 (15 years after my first big boy bike) and will hopefully have that paid off before 2022 when I buy another Civic. The end.
 
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