Track Battle: Focus RS vs BMW M140i vs Honda Civic Type R

In case you love exquisite hatches and want to choose between the best available on the market right now, then take a deep breath and watch the test video below, as it might give you an inside on three of the best there is in the class.

Car Throttle is another famous auto magazine that lets you know on the best vehicles on the markets at the moment, by testing out and comparing different types of cars that match a certain segment. Today`s contenders are the Focus RS, BMW M140i and the Honda Civic Type R.

All models have been engaged on a track battle, with the Car Throttle correspondent to showcase the cars` strong points and weaknesses. Take a look at each one`s driving capabilities and performance and then decide which to choose.

Starting with the Ford Focus RS, the model is considered a top notch amongst its class, coming with extraordinary performance, all squeezed from a 2.3-liter turbocharged engine with 350 horsepower which are sent to all four axles via a six-speed manual transmission. It is a fast and agile hot hatch that can pose serious threat to the M140i model from BMW.

Speaking about the BMW M140i, the hot hatchback packs a rear-wheel drive system which makes it perfect for drifting session out in the snow or rainy weather, especially if it is helped by an I6 turbocharged mill with 320 horsepower and a six-speed manual transmission. Thanks to the much more improved electronics, this lad here is faster than the Focus RS.

Finally, the Honda Civic Type R is well-known for its artistic capabilities on the track, coming with advanced aerodynamics and technology onboard. This one uses a 2.0-liter turbo flat-pot with 306 horsepower being sent to the rear via a six-speed manual transmission.

These are just common information that help us shed-off some light on all three hot hatchbacks. Please feel free to watch the video below in order to find out which one is the best in Car Throttle`s opinion!


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