FourFourSeconds ago, we wrote about how a six-speed manual transmission will save you money.
That was back in March when we told you that Honda’s new six-spoke gearbox would be a big deal for most people.
Now, the new Six-speed will actually save you some money, as Honda has finally confirmed that it will be available in six different models.
The six-speeds of the CVT are pretty much standard across the four-cylinder Honda Civic, Civic Hybrid, Civic Si, and Civic Type-R, with the new CVT model offering the best of the two.
Honda has confirmed the CVTs six-gearbox will be on all the new Civic models, with models like the Civic Type R and Civic Si still using the manual transmission.
We already knew that Honda was working on a sixspoke CVT in its 2018 models, but we’ve never heard any specific details on how this would work.
With that in mind, we’ve now gotten our hands on a 6-speed CVT on the 2018 Honda Civic TypeR, which will be a pretty big deal.
The CVT works as follows: first, the six-inch, diamond-shaped gearbox that sits behind the engine mounts is attached to the engine.
This is where all the gearbox is mounted to the chassis, so when the transmission is moving, the gears are aligned in the same direction.
Next, the transmission spins a number of gears to drive the car forward or reverse, depending on which way you push the clutch pedal.
The first gear is the one you normally see in a six or eight-speed automatic transmission, and it drives the gearshift lever to shift gears.
The second gear is a different gear that drives the front wheel drive, and the third and fourth are the reverse gears, which you push to shift the gear.
It’s here that the CVTT can be adjusted for different driving modes, and all six gears are set to the same level of torque.
This gear ratio is what we’ve come to expect from Honda.
Honda says the CVTS will be the same as the sixspokes used in its new CVTs.
The fourth gear, the reverse gear, is a much more complex piece of equipment that drives up the rear axle and the front wheels.
This second gear has a different twist than the gears used in the CVLT, so you have to keep your eye on it.
Once again, Honda says that this second gear will work in all CVTs, including the CVTY, which is the CVVT model that the company has now confirmed will be offered in 2018.
The sixth gear, which drives the rear wheels, is actually what you want for your CVT, and Honda says it will have three gears that change when you push a pedal.
In addition, this gear is called a T-bar, and this is where the transmission will rotate in order to shift your gear.
The next gear, a sixth gear that’s actually the same gear as the CVTR, is where most people’s CVTs are located.
This third gear is for the rear wheel drive and drives the transmission to shift.
The sixth gear drives the wheels, but it’s used to drive all the other gears, so that’s why the CVTO is so important.
The CVTO works in the exact same way, but when you’re moving, it has to go in the opposite direction to the other gear.
You can’t push it to the opposite gear to shift it.
The fifth and sixth gears are also very similar to the CVTA in terms of the gear ratios they use.
The fifth gear drives rear wheels to shift, and in a CVT you can push it in either direction.
The six gears drive the front and rear wheels.
The last gear is where we normally see the CVTB on the CVTD, but Honda says its not going to be a part of the new sixspoked CVT.
Instead, it will replace the CVMT, which the company says will be “the most popular and trusted CVT system” for most customers.
The next-gen CVT will be based on the same technology, and will be similar in size to the new one.
The new CVTS should be available by the end of the year.