Honda Civic Si Hatchback 1993 posters

Honda Civic Si Hatchback

The fifth generation of the Honda Civic was released in Japan on September 9, 1991, and won the Car of the Year Japan Award for the second time on its introduction. This generation of Civic used materials that enabled a fuel efficient economy car. The cowl was raised compared to the fourth generation, allowing for more suspension travel, resulting in a softer ride but slightly less hard-edged handling. Hondas in the United States market, such as the Si hatchback and EX coupe models, featued 1.6 L SOHC VTEC 125 PS (92 kW; 123 hp) engines that triggered the popularity of the 1.6 L inline-four segment. A unique model with the B18B3 from the Acura Integra RS was also specially constructed for the South African market in order to replace the DOHC B16A VTEC engine in the range. The two-door Coupe body style, introduced in 1993, was available in DX (EJ2), EX, and EX-S (EJ1) trims in the United States Domestic Market (USDM), and DX, DX "Special Edition" (EJ2), and Si (EJ1) trims in the Canadian Domestic Market (CDM). The coupe was built in both Canada and the United States, and was also exported to European and Japanese markets. A limited edition left-hand drive version of the Civic Coupe was even released in Japan, imported from the United States, to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the Honda Primo dealer network in 1994.

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