Honda Civic Coupe
The fifth generation of the Honda Civic was unveiled in Japan on September 9, 1991. This Civic boasted a larger size and greater aerodynamics than its predecessors, along with an increased wheelbase of either 257 cm (for the three-door hatchback) or 262 cm (for the four-door sedan). Furthermore, the station wagon was dropped from overseas markets. Upon release, this generation received the Car of the Year Japan Award for the second time.
To create a fuel efficient economy car, Honda opted for lightweight materials. As a result, the cowl was increased to allow for more suspension, leading to a softer ride but also compromising the overall handling. In addition, the 1.6L SOHC VTEC 125 PS engines, from the Si hatchback to the EX coupe models in the US and from the B18B3 Acura Integra RS in South Africa, pushed the popularity of the high-performance 1.6L inline-four segment.
Introduced in 1993, the two-door coupe body style had trims available for both the US Domestic Market (USDM), namely the DX (EJ2), EX, and EX-S (EJ1), and the Canadian Domestic Market (CDM), comprising DX, DX "Special Edition" (EJ2), and Si (EJ1). Built both in Canada and the United States, this coupe was also exported to European and Japanese markets. A left-hand drive version was released as a limited edition in Japan, a product of the import from the United States to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the Honda Primo dealer network in 1994.
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