Honda Civic CRX Si 1988 posters

Honda Civic CRX Si

The Honda CR-X, originally known as the Honda Ballade Sports CR-X in Japan, was a compact sports car manufactured by Honda. The first-generation CR-X was launched in many regions outside of Japan as the Honda Civic CR-X. This car was marketed as "Civic Renaissance model X," an acronym for "CR-X." Produced from 1983 to 1992, the Honda Civic CR-X was a lightweight sport hatchback that offered room for just two passengers in the American market and four passengers in European markets. The US model had a performance variant called the Si that featured stronger power outputs in the European market with a ZC 130 hp engine. In 1987, Honda gave the Civic CR-X a redesign for the 1988 model year. This model famously came with the "Cyber Glass" roof option that was extremely rare. The Japanese and European markets had two engine options: the 1.3 liter and the 1.6 L dual overhead camshaft, with the latter being successful in providing increased power without compromising fuel consumption. In 1992, Honda released the Honda Civic Del Sol, which was marketed in some regions as the CR-X Del Sol. This was thought of by enthusiasts as the "third generation CR-X," though the two models were vastly different. The Honda Civic CR-X was well-received upon its release; it won Motor Trends Import Car of the Year in 1984, and was included in Car and Driver magazine's Ten Best list for 1985 and 1988. The CR-X Si was also awarded Motor Trends Import Car of the Year for 1988. Speculations of a CR-X comeback have been circulating, but so far, Honda has made no official announcement.

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