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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 09-23-2015, 12:21 PM Thread Starter
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RS2 Package

Is anyone planning to get the RS2 package, a nearly $3000 upgrade?

RS2 Package includes:
• 8-Way Power Driver Seat
• Black Leather Recaro® Seats with Miko®-Dinamica inserts with RS Logo
• Heated Mirrors
• Heated Front-Seats
• Heated Three Point Steering Wheel
• Voice-Activated Touch-Screen Navigation System with SiriusXM Traffic and Travel Link®.

Price: $2,785
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A lot of those features would be very nice to have, especially if you live in a place with a frigid winter. I live in Canada so it is something that I am definitely considering.

I do not care as much about the seats or the navigation system though. I swear by Google Maps, and its free on my phone. I'm not that convinced that moving the seat in more ways makes it more comfortable. After all, you only sit in it in one position ultimately.
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post #3 of 15 (permalink) Old 09-23-2015, 01:28 PM
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It seems like for us in Canada we wont have the option of not getting it. I was planning on it anyways so i'm good.
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A lot of those features would be very nice to have, especially if you live in a place with a frigid winter. I live in Canada so it is something that I am definitely considering.

I do not care as much about the seats or the navigation system though. I swear by Google Maps, and its free on my phone. I'm not that convinced that moving the seat in more ways makes it more comfortable. After all, you only sit in it in one position ultimately.
Even folks down in some southern states could be getting it, i've noticed some are more sensitive to the cold than others with how used to warmer temperatures they are, and we know what's been happening down there.
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I wonder if they wll make the Canadian winter tire pack an available option as well... I would imagine that could go over quite well in the northern states...
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post #6 of 15 (permalink) Old 09-29-2015, 09:25 AM
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The Heated Front-Seats and the Heated Three Point Steering Wheel is a necessity in during the Canadian winters so I'm not surprised that it comes standard to be more competitive in the northern market.
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Honda better step up to the plate with something similar once the Civic Type R Hatch comes to market.
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Is the Type R not competitive enough?
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It's a FWD..

HP is how hard you hit the wall. TQ is how far you bring the wall with you.
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Is the Type R not competitive enough?
We have yet to see specifics on the Type R the american market will be getting.
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