Honda Tuning Magazine 2000 Civic Type-R - Legit

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    In a quest for the real deal, Matt Tucker goes coast to coast for his Civic Type-R

    When the NSX-R was first introduced in the early 1990s, the goal was simple: build a no frills version of Honda's mid-engine sports car that would compromise creature comforts for road feel and improved performance in just about every category. But as cool as the Type-R was, it was way out of reach for the average enthusiast. There was a serious disconnect between the stripped down flagship and more affordable, economy-focused cars of the Honda lineup the average Joe could actually afford - that is, until years later when the automaker unveiled the Integra Type-R (ITR), and shortly after it the Civic Type-R (CTR).

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    In a quest for the real deal, Matt Tucker goes coast to coast for his Civic Type-R

    When the NSX-R was first introduced in the early 1990s, the goal was simple: build a no frills version of Honda's mid-engine sports car that would compromise creature comforts for road feel and improved performance in just about every category. But as cool as the Type-R was, it was way out of reach for the average enthusiast. There was a serious disconnect between the stripped down flagship and more affordable, economy-focused cars of the Honda lineup the average Joe could actually afford - that is, until years later when the automaker unveiled the Integra Type-R (ITR), and shortly after it the Civic Type-R (CTR).

    Source: Honda Tuning Magazine