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Inthe Honda Civic was significantly redesigned for model year The suspension had a radical re-configuration with double-wishbone suspension in the front and an independent suspension in the rear, wheelbase was increased to The front suspension incorporates an extended hub carrier, so the upper arm is relatively short. The base model of the fourth generation Civic had a 1.
In Japan the base version received a 1. This engine, in the same state of tune, was also available in the commercial version of the Shuttle, sold simply as the “Honda Pro” initially.
Those engines were available in the Japanese-market 25X and 25XT. But there was more to come, and in late the new top model of the hatchback was the new SiRfitted with the 1. This, the first B engine, marked the introduction of Honda’s variable valve timing and electronic lift control technology, or VTEC.
By providing two different camshaft profiles—one for fuel economy, one for performance—the VTEC engines set a high-revving, naturally aspirated precedent for future performance variants of the Honda Civic. In Japan, automatic-equipped SiR Civics also received the lower-powered engine. The wagon, known in Japan as the Civic Shuttle, continued to be built until The commercial-use model was called the “Honda Pro”; it was replaced by a dedicated commercial delivery van called the Honda Partner starting with model year In the Civic had a light facelift.
Some things that changed were the front bumper design, the front corner lights no longer had the two screws on the outside, the gauge cluster cover shape slightly changed, tail light units design changed, side moldings became thinner, and most American Civics received automatic seat belts due to changes in federal highway safety law.
The sedan and wagon featured powered automatic shoulder belts that retracted from the b-pillar to a position halfway down the a-pillar when the door was open, while the hatchback received a standard style shoulder and lap belt mechanism that was attached to the door and was intended to remain buckled at all times.
While this setup did satisfy the federal regulations, the front doors had to be opened very wide to allow access between the belt and the seat. Many Civic owners used the door mounted belts just as they would pillar mounted belts, buckling and unbuckling as necessary.
The base model with the lowest price and lowest standard vinyl seats interior, instrumentation, engine output and transmission. It was only available as a Hatchback. Manual transmissions were 4-speed with cable operated clutch. Automatic four-speed transmission was also available. The DX was available as either a sedan or hachback.
And unlike the LX, the DX sedan came with plain black bumper covers rather than the color matching bumper covers of the LX. DX hatchbacks had matching bumper covers. Seats were cloth in all DX Civics. hoonda
A four speed automatic was optional. Available only as a Sedan, this had a higher level interior with tachometer instrumentation, electric windows, electric door locks, electric door mirrors, clock and wheel covers as standard.
It also had upgraded brakes on the front with The had a higher geared steering rack – 3. This was the sportiest US market Civic, only available as a hatchback. There was no power steering and no 190 transmission available except in Canada. Additional options were air conditioning and fog lights, as well as the different Honda Genuine Accessory alloy wheels. Compared to the manyal generation, the Civic Si saw an improvement in handling, in part due to the double-wishbone suspension at all four corners and lower wind drag due to the sleeker body shape.
As with all other trims, the Civic Si received a slight visual upgrade in latefeaturing revised bumpers and tail lights. Due to civiic difference jonda engine output and modification potential between the American and JDM models, the second-generation Si sparked a popular trend of engine swappingwhere tuners would replace the D-series power plant with a more powerful B-series motor. RT4WD wagons had white steel wheels with matching center caps. This bodystyle remained in production until February 21,when it was replaced by the Honda Orthia and professional use Mxnual Partnersold only in Japan.
All weights listed in this table are in lbs. For most of Europe, the base model was the 1. In Europe the SiR was called 1. These top models were equipped with the VTEC system.
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In South Africa, it was sold under the Honda Ballade branding. Despite its image as an economical vehicle, the fourth-generation hatchback became popular in near stock SCCA autocross competition. Fourth-generation Civic hatchbacks became famous among Honda Civic enthusiasts due to their lightweight design and formidable suspension layout. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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