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"Driving experience you have been waiting all your life"

...Title says it all. This is a final sentence in the commercial for Honda Civic 9-th gen in Estonia.
I honestly dont know whether it is a black humour or what but I as an 8-th gen owner, who knows that 9-th gen driving comfortance does'nt actually differ THAT mutch, bursted laughing out lout.

How is the car advertised in your countries?
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In Latvia we have this:

Honda Civic Expedition 2012
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Same TV ad in Hungary, with the spark.
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I think they used that 15 years ago with the release of the Integra Type R
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...Title says it all. This is a final sentence in the commercial for Honda Civic 9-th gen in Estonia.
I honestly dont know whether it is a black humour or what but I as an 8-th gen owner, who knows that 9-th gen driving comfortance does'nt actually differ THAT mutch, bursted laughing out lout.
I assume you haven't driven the 9th Gen?

Believe me, it's a much better drive and more comfortable than the 8th Gen. I've had two 8th Gen's and now have a 9th Gen.

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