2010 Honda Civic Type R Mugen 200
A fantastic Honda Civic Type R Mugen 200 – with low mileage and low owners, this could prove to be a future classic hot hatch, with rarity on its side.
18k miles from new
1 previous owner
Original booklets within the original (numbered) wallet
Full Honda service history
Original PDI sheet
New premium tyres all round (Yokohama)
With various differences over the standard FN2 Civic Type R (detailed within the listing below), the Mugen 200 guarantees exclusivity with only 200 of them being produced.
As you would hope, the history file of this vehicle fully warrants the low mileage, and shows a recent service (carried out at a Honda Main dealer).
With all original booklets, retained within the original numbered Mugen wallet and of course the original spare key.
Also present is the original PDI sheet, and the vehicle acceptance sheet.
Stamps within the booklet as below, along with matching invoices.
11 – 3,520 miles
12 – 6,676 miles
13 – 9,308 miles
14 – 11,556 miles
15 – 13,888 miles
18 – 18,708 miles
Invoices and check sheets are within the history file, which match the service stamps.
Also invoices for various other parts are present over the years.
Body & Paintwork
The Mugen 200 had many exterior features that were specific to this limited edition model.
Namely the 19″ Lightning alloy wheels, along with the Mugen front and rear bumpers and gloss black mirrors.
This example also has the optional Mugen M20 larger rear spoiler fitted (original is also with the car).
The Championship white paintwork is original on all panels, and presents well, with only a few chips reflective of the mileage.
All wheels are original, non refurbished wheels, and all are in great condition minus a few small marks to the edge of one rear wheel.
An aesthetically striking car, which certainly has a way of letting people know it is no ordinary Honda Civic Type R.
Interior & Trim
With only 18,740 miles, the interior is in superb condition throughout and even still smells like new.
The fantastic alacantara edged bucket seats look brilliant, and hold you firmly in position.
Everything works just as it should do and the digital dashboard still looks great today, it has aged very well, still looking very modern.
The only part which has been changed, is the gearknob which has been changed to a ‘skunk Racing’ gear knob – however the original is with the car.
On the centre console is the Mugen specific number, this being number 181 of 200 produced.
Original floor mats are still in place, and are in good condition, as are the original aluminium pedals, and ‘Type R’ sill plates.
No added speakers or aftermarkets stereo’s, it is just as it came from the factory.
An engine which loves to be revved, and is excellent fun to drive.
The car starts first attempt of course, and is a lovely quiet engine, with a very nice note from the Milltek exhaust system.
Having been maintained regularly, this vehicle has clearly been loved, and led a cherished life.
On the road, the car performs well, with smooth acceleration and no hesitations through the rev range.
VTEC comes in just as it should do, and makes an addictive noise through the HKS intake system (original is with the car).
Gearbox and clutch operate perfectly, and the car benefits from the addition of the optional Mugen short shifter being fitted.
The Mugen 200 also had a limited slip differential fitted from factory, which of course operates perfectly.
As you would expect, all running gear is in good order, and the car drives exactly as it should do.
New Yokohama tyres have been fitted, the brakes are still impressive and pull straight.
The car does benefit from some very subtle lowering springs, and a full professional geometry set up. (Original springs are with the vehicle).
The handling is very responsive and the limited slip diff fitted to the Mugen 200 model makes it a very capable machine which is also fantastic fun.