Does the Civic Type R have double wishbone?
To put the power to the ground, a close-ratio, five-speed box and helical LSD back the motor, with larger brakes, a quicker steering ratio, and specially tuned, double-wishbone suspension on the chassis side of things. Iconic red Recaros adorned the interior. via
How much is a Honda Civic hatchback 1998?
1998 Honda Civic Retail Prices
Is a 1998 Honda Civic a good car?
Excellent Reliability Makes 1998 The Best Honda Civic Year
The sixth-generation Civic, specifically the '98 model is extremely reliable with pretty high-reliability ratings from experts and owners. They are not only comfortable but also ridiculously cheap and easy to own and maintain. via
What is the best type of suspension?
These air bellows can be filled with air using an air compressor and deflated as well to adjust the ride height of the vehicle. An air suspension is one the most comfortable and load bearing suspensions which is why they are used on most top of the line luxury and sports cars. via
Are torsion bars good?
The main advantages of a torsion bar suspension are soft ride due to elasticity of the bar, durability, easy adjustability of ride height, and small profile along the width of the vehicle. It takes up less of the vehicle's interior volume than coil springs. via
Is double wishbone better than strut?
The entire strut assembly is lighter as well, which has payoffs in unsprung weight and the vehicle's overall power/weight ratio. They take up less space than a double wishbone setup and allow for a wider engine compartment, as well. Struts are sturdy and simple but should be checked every 50,000 miles. via
Why is it called double wishbone suspension? (video)