Hi guys, just to say good bye 8th gen hello 9th gen, managed to get my hands on a 62 plate ex petrol in white, pick it up in April so time to get a set of 18s ready before hand
Can't really say as I came from a M200 it don't crash over bumps and that but then again driving the type r didnt really bother meYes spent a fortune on my type s, I hope I gone the right color, but after seeing your the white and black looks awesome . Do you find the car a better ride than the 8th gen?
I can answer that.Can't really say as I came from a M200 it don't crash over bumps and that but then again driving the type r didnt really bother me
I have the exact same issue with the steering - veers slightly to the right.I can answer that.
9th gen feels a bit spongy but comfortable in comparison to the type r but it's supposed to be.The type r felt like a go kart so completely different.
This doesn't directly point to boring though cause imo it's a lot more fun to drive then my avensis I recently switched from with the 1, 8 engine aswell.
The avensis, although not as exciting seemed to be more stable - but I'm having a run to the dealers on Friday for a check because imo the steering on my civic is a bit off.
When I set the steering wheel dead center, the car wanders slightly to the right.
Hmmmm that's odd but interesting.I have the exact same issue with the steering - veers slightly to the right.
It's a know issue, so if the dealer tries to fob you off... show them this service bulletin...It has been annoying me as well. I thought it was related to my brakes as I felt some torque steer when braking, but the dealer insists the brakes are free so it must be wheel alignment.
It still drifts slightly to the right, and just doesn't feel normal. Will be interested to hear what the dealer says to you.
Thanks for that mate. Reassuring it's not just my car or that i'm going mad.
You would be think it would be a quick fix... let us know how you get on.Fantastic!
I will e-mail this to the dealer and call them up to make them prepared.
I just phoned them and with this bulletin they understood me better.
They thought I meant it Always wander to the right (when I let go of the steering Wheel) but it's actually only when I "force center" it.
So the steering Wheel is probably one step wrong on the "cog" sort of speak.
I'm going there tomorrow already and hope for a Quick fix