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Mugen Civic Type R driven by autocar.co.uk

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Published on Oct 2, 2009

Matt Prior tests the Japanese super hatch concept , more videos hi-res pics and full details at http://www.autocar.co.uk/News/NewsArt...

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lucas arteta
the shittiest review ever made
bign3ck
Better off getting an EP3 and modding the hell out of it.
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bign3ck
My mates EP3 has a rotrex supercharger making about 300bhp. It goes like stink, and would destroy this mugen, i recon it could beat the new turbo, its so light.
Andrew Young
+SYEDOMAR North Getting old means cheap tho.
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Nathan Daignault
lmao sorry, I'll just take an sti... 
Kavinda VW
Awks normal civic type r has same acceleration from 50-150 as a WRX
Adam Jensen
This Civic without its triangles is like a woman without her pussy.
EME-Tech Performance
Sounds sick
JSoulstorm
I'd take this puppy over an STi or Evo any day.
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Justin Turbo Pool
makes sense 
s8tank
+Justin Turbo Pool Because owning a vehicle for the road is much more than just performance. In the UK Subarus and Mitsubishis are known as chav cars and the STIs are common. Something like this has more presence and is less common which makes it a more popular choice in some cases. Same reason why I spend alot of money on a Integra DC5 when I could have had an Evo 8 or Scooby. 
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FrightfulAccountant
An FN2 without traingle exhaust is like a lapdancer without fishnet stockings: there is just something missing that you realy wanted it to have... This is one for all the maniacs that wanted the FN2 to be (and a bit unfortunate to read so many of them still not like it... why?). For me, the normal FN2 is just fine however. A backseat is usefull, as is a stereo and A/C fun to have and while I do like a car to have a hard ride and sound loud, just not this hard and loud. If i would do a lot of trackracing, I probably would have go for this one. But If you just like driving some great roads, probably even do a roudtrip, just stick to the standard FN2 ;)
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FrightfulAccountant
I drive an 1.8 ivtec too. Duel is expensive you know and rear doors can come in handy from time to time :') dit put a Type R Bodykit and rear spoiler on it tough (a)
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George Jackman
I'd rather just have a B18 EF for track use. I personally think these care are both ugly and slow.
aliiorga
put yo' fokin' hand on the wheel!!!!
Er Na
is it really pronounced as mUgen or mOOgen?
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