Honda Civic Hatchback
The fifth generation of the Honda Civic was launched in Japan on September 9, 1991. It was larger than the previous version and its wheelbase was extended to 257 cm (101.3 inches) for the three-door hatchback and 262 cm (103.2 inches) for the four-door sedan. The station wagon was no longer available for international markets but the previous generation station wagon ("Shuttle") remained on sale in Japan and Europe. On its introduction, the fifth generation Civic won the Car of the Year Japan Award for the second time.
The fifth generation Civic was built using lightweight materials to keep its fuel efficiency high. The height of the cowl was raised compared to the previous version, which increased the suspension travel and made the ride smoother but reduced its handling response. This generation of Civic is also known for the 1.6 L SOHC VTEC 125 PS (92 kW; 123 hp) engines that were available in the Si hatchback and EX coupe, popularly known as the "high performance 1.6 L inline-four engine". In South Africa, there was an exclusive model with the B18B3 from the Acura Integra RS due to the unavailability of the DOHC B16A VTEC engine.
The two-door coupe body style was introduced in 1993 for the American and Canadian markets and was available in DX (EJ2), EX, and EX-S (EJ1) trims in the US, and DX, DX "Special Edition" (EJ2), and Si (EJ1) trims in Canada. This coupe model was also exported to Japan and Europe, with a limited edition left-hand drive version released in Japan to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the Honda Primo dealer network in 1994.
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