2019 Honda Civic Si vs 2019 Toyota 86 Review – FWD Manual or RWD Automatic?!



We go for a drive in the 2019 Honda Civic Si vs 2019 Toyota 86 GT

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39 thoughts on “2019 Honda Civic Si vs 2019 Toyota 86 Review – FWD Manual or RWD Automatic?!

  1. Which team are you on, FWD Manual or RWD Auto? Why?

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  2. Wtf who TF asks that question? Why would I ever get an automatic if ai had the option for manual? I wish u compared both manuals

  3. I have a '19 Si sedan, and at 6'3" with 35" inseam I can sit behind myself. And the trunk is huge. Car is the size of a previous generation Accord, yet very sporty and light. It's definitely the way to go at this price point.

  4. They made some funky design decisions for the newer twins. Rear view camera placement from center screen to mirror and the digital power band with the split screen seem like downgrades to me.

  5. As a 2013 FRS owner, the audio panels in both vehicles fail. You don't have to look at buttons, thus, your eyes can stay on the road where they belong. Touchscreens are a distraction and at speed, it only takes a second for something to go horribly wrong.

  6. I don’t understand why they got the automatic gt86 and just didn’t get the manual 86
    Like who the fuk spends a couple more Thousand dollars for a worse car all im pretty sure manual gt86 exists
    They really just wanted the civic to win

  7. I've owned both (manual), and my stock Si is a better and more fun-to-drive car than my FR-S with dyno tune and test pipe and catback. 40lbs/tq you can feel, and a k tuner for the Si on the way means i wont be looking back

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