Here's every generation of the Honda Civic Type R. Which one's your favourite?
Now you’ve seen Harris in the FL5, it’s time to pick your favourite ever Type R hot hatch
Technically forbidden fruit for us in the UK, the first ever Civic Type R was only sold in Japan between 1997 and 2000. With three doors, a kerbweight of less than 1,100kg, a proper limited-slip diff and a 1.6-litre DOHC VTEC engine making over 180bhp, is this 1990s hot hatch heaven?Advertisement - Page continues below
From 2001 to 2005, the EP3 was built in the UK with a 2.0-litre engine and a shell that was 80 per cent stiffer than the EK9’s. Loved to cock a rear wheel, didn’t it?
For the third-gen Type R, Honda split its approach with Europe getting the FN2 hatch and Japan getting the FD2 saloon. Got a favourite between the two, Internet?Advertisement - Page continues below
The first turbocharged Type R arrived in 2015, with fairly bonkers looks, a hefty 306bhp and a 0-62mph time of just 5.7 seconds.
The most controversial Civic Type R of all? The FK8 wasn’t exactly a looker, but dynamically it wiped the floor with its hot hatch competition…
Has the handsome new FL5 done enough to take top spot in your list of favourite Civic Type Rs? Thoughts in the comments section below please, Internet.