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1992 honda civic ex

1992 honda civic ex

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On September 9, 1991, the fifth generation Honda Civic made its debut in Japan. It received the Car of the Year Japan award for the second time when it was first introduced. The fifth generation cars were bigger and more aerodynamic than their predecessors, with a wheelbase of 257 cm (101.3 inches) for the three-door hatchback and 262 cm (103.2 inches) for the four-door sedan. The Civic Shuttle station wagon was not included in the fifth generation, and it was discontinued in international markets, although the previous generation wagon was sold in Japan and Europe.
To build a fuel-efficient economy vehicle, this generation of Civic used lightweight materials. The cowl was increased in comparison to the previous generation, allowing for more suspension movement. The ride became softer as a result of this update, compared to the previous generation, which offered a more compliant ride at the cost of crisper handling.

Honda civic 1993

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On September 9, 1991, the fifth generation Honda Civic made its debut in Japan. It received the Car of the Year Japan award for the second time when it was first introduced. The fifth generation cars were bigger and more aerodynamic than their predecessors, with a wheelbase of 257 cm (101.3 inches) for the three-door hatchback and 262 cm (103.2 inches) for the four-door sedan. The Civic Shuttle station wagon was not included in the fifth generation, and it was discontinued in international markets, although the previous generation wagon was sold in Japan and Europe.
To build a fuel-efficient economy vehicle, this generation of Civic used lightweight materials. The cowl was increased in comparison to the previous generation, allowing for more suspension movement. The ride became softer as a result of this update, compared to the previous generation, which offered a more compliant ride at the cost of crisper handling.

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On September 9, 1991, the fifth generation Honda Civic made its debut in Japan. It received the Car of the Year Japan award for the second time when it was first introduced. The fifth generation cars were bigger and more aerodynamic than their predecessors, with a wheelbase of 257 cm (101.3 inches) for the three-door hatchback and 262 cm (103.2 inches) for the four-door sedan. The Civic Shuttle station wagon was not included in the fifth generation, and it was discontinued in international markets, although the previous generation wagon was sold in Japan and Europe.
To build a fuel-efficient economy vehicle, this generation of Civic used lightweight materials. The cowl was increased in comparison to the previous generation, allowing for more suspension movement. The ride became softer as a result of this update, compared to the previous generation, which offered a more compliant ride at the cost of crisper handling.

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The following is an excerpt from the February 1992 issue of Car and Driver.

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When we were in Japan eighteen months ago to see the second-generation Acura Legends, a product-planning manager for American Honda responded to our suspicions that the company was becoming conservative. He said, “Wait until you see the latest Civics.”
Now that we’ve seen them, we’ve put one of them, the Si hatchback, through its paces. And, while today’s Honda Motor Company isn’t quite as gung-ho about the bleachers as it once was, the question of creeping conservatism doesn’t seem to add up to anything, for one simple reason: the Civic Si is so darn nice.
The sporty Si hatchback maintains its leadership position among high-spirited economy cars by being tight, smooth, smart, satisfying to drive, and inexpensive to run. Even though their mission profile just requires functional, simple transportation, the clever little automobiles in this fiercely contested segment of the market don’t skimp on engineering excellence or enthusiast appeal. Despite the fact that the overall quality of the field has narrowed many of the differences between teams, the Civic Si continues to lead the pack.