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2017 Honda Civic RS hatch review: Long-term report four – Urban driving

Let’s be honest, there’s a big perception problem around the 2017 Honda Civic RS hatch. People in the office who ended up taking it for a spin, got into it thinking – because of the RS badge and the aggressive/outspoken styling –that it was going to be a hot hatch. Or, at least a warm […]
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