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For me its the CIVIC EK, masyadong malakas makina ng SIR, but a very nice civic indeed. VTI is more than enough for me, also EK series has anti Ultraviolet protection, kahit nakabilad sa araw di nag crack plastic parts, alagaan lang ang paint. My civic EK still has no rust, did not have it rust treated ever.
Yung suspension lang pangit, regreted having it lowered, back to stock height sya. Come to think of it any car that is lowered will suffer the same fate, thanks DPWH for ruining our rides!
^ ang problema lang talaga sa ek series ay iyong sakit nila na magka-rust iyong bubong. kaya marami na ngayon nag-papalit ng roof na may sunroof/moonroof. problema medyo mahirap at mahal mag-hanap ng roofcut ng ek
ito lang talaga ang achilles heel ng ek na relatively durable release naman
I loved the EG hatch. We fitted a B18 before in one and it flew! It was a fun car. It was dangerous though so we sold it to an eager beaver. The EK for me won in the looks department. It was easily recognisable by the girls back in college due to its large headlights. The SiR was a fun car. I took my hat off to Honda for releasing it as it paved the way for the others to release better cars here such as when Nissan released the Sylvia and when Mitsubishi released the Evolution in the 90's hot on the heels of the SiR. The colour never grew on me though. I remember they called it passion orange. I've moved on to other vehicles but those civics still have a spot in my heart. They are indeed pocket rockets.