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Is the new Civic Type R the fastest around a track?

By Faiming_low on 13 Jun 2015 in Videos

Attached Image Auto Express took the new Honda Civic Type R and threw it into a battle with the Seat Leon Cupra 280 and the Renault Megane RS Trophy. Can the 306bhp Civic Type R maintain its reputation as the fastest front-wheel drive hatchback on the famed Nurburgring and go round a smaller track at llandow, Wales, faster than the 276bhp Seat and the 271bhp Megane? Watch to find out! 
 


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Ake109 Jun 13 2015 09:55 PM

Would like to see the Golf R and M135 in there even if not FWD. Since they mentioned the Focus RS at the end, which is also not FWD.

Faiming_low Jun 14 2015 04:30 PM

Would like to see the Golf R and M135 in there even if not FWD. Since they mentioned the Focus RS at the end, which is also not FWD.

 

 

Same here!

Renegade777 Sep 04 2015 10:05 AM

Auto Express already tested the new Civic against the BMW's 420bhp M3 and Audi's new 362bhp RS3. Golf R and M135 need not compete in the fight coz the answer quite clear leow but take that with a pinch of salt.

 

http://www.mycarforu...a-m3-and-a-rs3/

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