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🧐 I’m watching the Redline review of the car, and while I normally don’t pay much attention to the backseat area, Sofyan noted the hump in the middle of the floor in the back and seemed surprised that it was there. Curious… you think that might leave some room for a driveshaft? Certainly wouldn’t need it for FWD, but if you plan to put power to the rear wheels… 🤔
 

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🧐 I’m watching the Redline review of the car, and while I normally don’t pay much attention to the backseat area, Sofyan noted the hump in the middle of the floor in the back and seemed surprised that it was there. Curious… you think that might leave some room for a driveshaft? Certainly wouldn’t need it for FWD, but if you plan to put power to the rear wheels… 🤔
My question would be, Is it there on a civic?
 

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Yes, there is a hump in the middle of the rear passenger floor. Search civic sport touring 2022 interior pics and you’ll find a few pics showing the hump.

IMO, the Civic Sport Touring 6MT hatchback is more like new Integra than the Civic Si. There are more gadgets (e.g. wireless CarPlay) on Sport Touring vs Si, plus it’s a hatchback. I say this after having test driven both cars the same day a month ago, although the Si was a few years old. My goal was to compare shifting and clutch performance (of the car and me, lol), as well as handling, comfort, utility, and amenities. Great cars but am still keen on testing my Integra when it arrives. It’s highly likely I’ll proceed with the buy once I drive it.

If/when Type S comes out and doesn’t break the bank, perhaps I’ll trade up!
 

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View attachment 1077 Yes, there is a hump in the middle of the rear passenger floor. Search civic sport touring 2022 interior pics and you’ll find a few pics showing the hump.

IMO, the Civic Sport Touring 6MT hatchback is more like new Integra than the Civic Si. There are more gadgets (e.g. wireless CarPlay) on Sport Touring vs Si, plus it’s a hatchback. I say this after having test driven both cars the same day a month ago, although the Si was a few years old. My goal was to compare shifting and clutch performance (of the car and me, lol), as well as handling, comfort, utility, and amenities. Great cars but am still keen on testing my Integra when it arrives. It’s highly likely I’ll proceed with the buy once I drive it.

If/when Type S comes out and doesn’t break the bank, perhaps I’ll trade up!
I test drove an automatic Civic HB and the integra manual. The integra sounded alot more aggressive with it's exhaust note. Also when I stomped on the civic it had traction issues since there wasn't an LSD.
 

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I don't think you'll need that, 0 chance it happens anyway. I heard from some street racers... this car actually has might actually have 203hp instead of the 200hp its rated at. This cars going to buzz, whine and drone aggressively, shifting through those fake gears... thats living
 

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I don't think you'll need that, 0 chance it happens anyway. I heard from some street racers... this car actually has might actually have 203hp instead of the 200hp its rated at. This cars going to buzz, whine and drone aggressively, shifting through those fake gears... thats living
You need to get a life man.
 
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