Hello All. My current car is a 2018 Civic Sport hatch manual with a Hondata tune. The car makes 206 whp and 244 wtrq. It's a fun car for what it is, but it's certainly nothing like a performance model like the VN. I'm leasing, and my lease is done in 9 months. I'm currently in research mode. I've had my eye on the Veloster N for quite a while. I can purchase my Civic for $13,300 when the lease is up. I'm trying to decide if I should just be content with my Civic, or spend a few more thousand and get the VN. Who knows what values will be like on anything after covid-19, but I'm thinking a nice, two year old VN could be bought for $20K or less by then. I'm 38, married, with no kids. I've owned many cars, and most of them had a tune on them. I've never owned a car that put performance and handling first. To be honest - I would love a Civic type R. But, the styling is too much for me. They are also still selling for stupid money, even used. The Veloster N appears to be very close in performance for way cheaper, and it looks more subtle. I have time to decide. Has anybody here gone from a more civil car to having the VN as their daily driver? Any regrets?