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I have the Hatchback EX-L trim and I am regretting hard that I did not get the manual...

Anyone has any regrets? Anyone has any ideas?
 

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I have the Hatchback EX-L trim and I am regretting hard that I did not get the manual...

Anyone has any regrets? Anyone has any ideas?
ROFL. Everyone was sprung like a spring on getting the Sports/EX-L/Tourings. Now that the hype has died down, it's not so good to spend close to 30 on a 1.5T. I do not know how you feel. I got an LX-Sensing.
 

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Oh I don't regret that I got a higher trim at all. I love everything about it; the interior, exterior, etc.

I just don't like he fact that it's an automatic..
if I had a choice to go back, I would've gotten the sport touring
 

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I kinda regret getting rid of my 2010 Camaro 2SS for the Civic SI. I like the updated tech in the new Civic, the ergonomics, interior (minus not having leather), and the way it drives plus the gas mileage (that doesn't really save me money considering the cost of a new car would fill the old car with gas for life)....but man that power, torque, and badass-ness of the Camaro is solely missed.... Wish I could of kept the Camaro and got the Civic for a daily driver...
 

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Not a regret really, more of a WTH. Why spend so much tech on the right side blind spot camera, when I consider the left side the REAL blind spot and it doesn't even have a left spot blind side detector. Not an icon or a little bing sound, nothing. I had to buy a little mirror for that job. Also, why no rear sensors for cross traffic. I can use the reverse cam for parking, etc, but it would be nice to have warnings about cross traffic.
 

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And how about just a warning that there is a solid immovable object sensor as you reverse, in the rear camera. so you don't actually run over something or someone, you know, self-preservation reasons.
 
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