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2018 Honda Civic Type R is the Manual-Only Hot Hatch We’ve Longed For

Those who have sampled the new Honda Civic sedan complete with the new 1.5-liter turbo engine probably know that it’s quite a bit quicker than the outgoing model. You might even wonder what driving the Si version would be like (since it’s even nimbler!). But if you’re looking for the ultimate in what the Civic has to offer, you might need to take a step into enthusiast territory and give the Civic Type R a shot.

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How Can I Tell When I Need New Tires?

A lot of people look at their tires and see that everything appears to look okay , so they presume that their tires are in great shape and go about their day. Actually, there is unseen wear and tear on the tires that constantly occur, since they have been spinning around at great speeds on harsh asphalt. As your tires spin, they develop wear in certain spots, and this is different for each tire. This is why tires are rotated on a regular basis: to even the wear on all the tires, so that they last longer.

When tires become worn…

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Brake Checkups and Service - Vital for Safety

Cars have become an integral part of daily life, and thus vehicle problems can make life surprisingly difficult for you. Because of this, it's of great importance to keep key systems like your brakes in good working order. To this end, this posting will provide you with information about common signs indicating that an inspection is warranted.

  • When you hear strange noises emanating from your brakes, it's time for a checkup. Any kind of grinding or screeching sounds can indicate that your brake pads need replacement.
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Vehicle Maintenance Schedule Can Help the Aging of Your Vehicle

Although any vehicle will begin to eventually show signs of aging, keeping the proper maintenance on your vehicle can ensure that your vehicle performs to its maximum ability. Longevity is one of the most important factors to consider when buying a car and in order to ensure that your vehicle reaches its maximum potential, keeping a check on your vehicle, such as getting an oil change by the expected date, can mean a world of difference for the performance of your car...

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Is There a Difference? Synthetic or Conventional Oil

A lot of people may wonder if there really is a difference between synthetic and conventional motor oil. The answer is yes! And it turns out that the difference is a big difference.

At high engine temperatures, conventional oil breaks down. It loses some of it viscosity, and there isn't as much of it to coat the moving parts in the engine, causing more friction and poor performance. The additives break down, providing less cleaning power as the additives no longer hold the power to clean the engine properly, causing a dirty engine, and even less performance...

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The New 2017 Honda Accord Hybrid Brings Convenience

The new 2017 Honda Accord Hybrid is bringing you convenience at an impressive level. The 2017 Honda Accord Hybrid lets you start off your ride with just the touch of a button. You don’t need to worry about fumbling through your belongings for your keys when you can keep your key fob right beside you and start your new 2017 Honda Accord Hybrid with the Push Button Start feature.

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The Remarkable and Affordable 2017 Honda HR-V LX for Your Family

When experiencing the 2017 Honda HR-V SUV, we have to take a look at its valuable features that are offered. Safety is a large concern when it comes to buying a family vehicle. With the 2017 Honda HR-V LX, there are standard features to ease your mind. The 2017 Honda HR-V LX comes with a Multi-Angle Rearview Camera with Guidelines, a 5-Inch Color LCD Screen, Remote Entry, 17-Inch Alloy Wheels, and LED Brake Lights.

The solid structure of the 2017 Honda HR-V LX helps to protect all of the occupants in the 2017 HR-V LX in many of circumstances...

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Honda's Making Highway Swarms Safer

Highways can be dangerous and unpredictable. While you may be able to keep tabs on the vehicles around you, on-ramps and collisions miles ahead lead to congestion and more collisions for the simple reason that there’s only so much communication that can be delivered to vehicles and drivers…as of right now, anyway.

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