If money was no object I would get the ctr it keeps coming out on top in all the hot hatch group tests. But realistically I would get the sport it's a fantastic car, cheaper to buy insure tax more economical over 50 mpg cruising more comfortable ride less boy racer looks and less face it there isn't many places on public roads that you can exploit the full potential of the ctr, the sport can be summed up as a practical high spec cheap to run family car that also becomes a fun to drive warm hatch when you're in the mood, the manual gear box is fantastic. Mine has the bluespark tuning box fitted taking power up to 240hp and 320 nm torque it goes like a rocket and seems more economical too. I would of liked honda to put more sporty seats in it though like the USA Si model
Yes, similar thinking, and to keep it real there is really no argument to consider ctr versus 1.5, BUT, always during my driving experience there is..."one day...i will".
I always consider fn2 to replace my 1.8 but the ride was too firm for the city even with 18", the 9th gen wasn"t really a thing to me, it didn"t attract me, even a ctr, but fk8..watched every review, it is on top, and even when i wish they had the contra argument that is not for the city, that the ride is awful, there is a "comfort" mode, which in reality it is a comfort mode
Double the price of 1.5 in new state, in best i can pull of 15 000 euro more in used state...and when i consider that at one point around 2008 in Croatia was fn2 cost at 25 500 euro, and now fk8 50 000, it makes you think twice and in reality is a big no brainer for me, sadly.
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