sedan all the way
No HFP kit for the sedan as yet, no idea if one is planned. That seems to be the only thing really notable... bodykit and HFP suspension add-on availability.
Sedan ftw. Got rid of my 8th coupe for my FB6. No regrets.
I'm also not 20 anymore. The sedan is a much more convenient as I don't need to contort myself to get things in and out of the rear seat.
1989 CRX Si, 2012 Civic Si Sedan, Lots of Honda Motorcycles. **FORMER 8TH GEN OWNER IN REMISSION**
I chose the Sedan for 2 reasons.
Practicality of having 4 doors, makes it easier to utilize the space.
And the look of it.
I find the angles on the sedan vs the coupe are less 'bubble-like'.. especially at boot of the car.
Just sharper angles on the sedan.
I uploaded this pic just to kinda show what I mean.
The rear of the coupe is just too round for me. But the front end looks sportier on the coupe, but I live in Ontario, so the license plate just ruins it anyway.
I see that the coupe is 1.5" shorter, but I can't imagine that'd make much of a handling difference? It's just that I swear I read somewhere a review saying that the coupe was more agile, quicker to respond than the sedan. I could be wrong, lol.
But yes, I too want that four-door ease and practicality, so it'd have to be a pretty big difference to sway me
Sedan for me...I have kiddies!!
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Si sedans are quite in demand in seems, whenever I do a search for Si in the area, they seem harder to get at the moment. In the end I suspect practicality wins out most times given the price differences are almost a wash.