Honda Civic Wagon
The third generation Honda Civic was the perfect car for those who wanted utility and performance in one. Produced from 1983 to 1987, it had a wheelbase that was increased by 2-5 inches (13 cm) to 93.7 inches (hatchback) or 96.5 inches (sedan). This allowed for the production of a three-door hatchback/kammback, four-door sedan (aka the Honda Ballade), the five-door "Shuttle" station wagon, and the sporty CRX coupe.
These vehicles all shared common underpinnings which included independent front control arms with torsion bar springs and a semi-independent rear beam with coil springs, yet the body panels were different in design for each model. The Honda Quint five-door hatchback also went through a model change, morphing into the Honda Quint Integra, which was available as both a three-door and five-door fastback.
The Civic was exclusive to Honda Primo in Japan, while the Quint Integra and CR-X were sold at the Honda Verno dealership. The Hatchback and Sedan both had the same dashboard, but the CRX and wagon had a different dash. The Hatchback came with a flatter roof over its rear seats, a feature that was shared with other superminis like the Honda City and Accord Aerodeck. The CR-X, on the other hand, was the only three-door hatchback with a fastback, sloping rear hatch, leading to its performance car appearance.
The Civic sedan and hatchback were also sold in Indonesia under the name Civic "Wonder".
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