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i don't get the criticism with cvt.
Will not buy a CVT arhat fake shifts. They’re slower and less economical. CVT was designed to get rid of shifts completely, so simulating shifts completely and utterly voids the reason to get a CVT. If manufacturers could just be smart enough to put a simple goddamn button to enable or disable, I would actually consider, but until then, HELL no.
Actually the 7 seconds was with traction control "on"
It bothers me how this is quicker than an LT camaro
Anyone know if you can display the numbers on the boost gauge like the si?
I got 7.4 and 7.7 sec
A stock 2015 mustang v6 on sport do around 6 sec but 7 sec for a small engine Honda, ain’t bad at all…
Use a higher octane gas, use both low gear and then sport mode and you’ll get about 6.5 seconds
Piece of shit cvt
Times on the graphic are 0.2 seconds too generous.
Ummm… you are supposed to start counting when you step on the pedal, not when it starts to lag-accelerate…
I guess no one else timed it, but these numbers are 10-10.5 seconds not the stated ~7. The transition from idle to highest revs for that gear starts earlier than I guess they started timing.
why off the traction control?
Drove a 2017 Civic today… these cars are FAST!!! I can't believe that compact cars are this nice now.
Holy shit this acceleration. What manner of sorcery…
I see some very ignorant comments about this car. First of all, the civic has always come as two main types; the 4 door and the coup. What is shown here is the coup, more specifically called the Civic EX-T with a CVT. The EX-Ts can either come stock with a CVT or a manual. It's the 4 door sedans that only come as CVT. Also people fail to understand what CVTs are built for. They're not built for speed, they're built to get the best efficiency for the amount of power you want to put down. Sport mode is plenty fast. I don't need anything to have a 0-60 faster than 7 secs.
That's not cvt
I have a 2016 ext and my transmission doesnt rev like that 😕 any idea why?
Lmfao shitty cvt
We shouldn't expect a 35mpg car to get to 60 in 5.xx secs. This is actually pretty fast for it's fuel economy
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