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Thursday, March 31, 2011

Honda Civic Si Coupe Best Performance

Honda Civic Si Coupe shown in Redline Orange Pearl with available Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation System. Honda Civic Si Coupe produced in small numbers and were rare. Designated as ZC1 in Japan and D16A1 in Europe, the new engine put out 122 hp (91 kW), enabling the car to hit 122 mph (196 km/h) and go from 0–60 mph in 8.9 seconds. Since compact cars at the time typically made less than 100 hp (70 kW), the Si proved popular amongst tuning enthusiasts.

Honda Civic Si Coupe In the United States trim was introduced in 1984, featuring sports seats and reclining rear seats. Although the S retained the semi-independent rear beam with coil springs for the suspension, a rear stabilizer bar was added to improve handling. Unlike the JDM Honda Civic Si Coupe, the S trim used the same carbureted 1.5 L EW1 engine as the base and the DX trims. 1985 finally saw the US release of the Si trim with the Honda Civic CRX Si, which featured a fuel-injected, 1.5 L SOHC EW3 engine making 91 horsepower (68 kW), a two-tone paint scheme; (blue, black or red) over gray-silver, 13-inch alloy wheels with 175/70R13 Michelin MXL tires, a standard power sunroof and sport seats. The comparatively quicker inline-four engine propelled the CRX Si from 0–60 mph in under 9 seconds.

Honda Civic Si Coupe


Initiate extreme turn-in. This is Honda Civic Si Coupe territory. Where superior performance challenges the laws of physics every day. And since the Honda Si Coupe is usually in motion, we’d like to point out some styling cues you might miss. Like new fog lights and 17-inch wheels. Inside the experience revs up with a close-ratio 6-speed manual transmission and Vehicle Stability Assist™ (VSA®) technology. Now go carve a path of your own.

The Honda Civic Si Coupe
trim was extended to the Civic hatchback, offering the same performance of the CRX Si but with four-seats. Added improvements for the Honda Civic Si Coupe hatchback included a removable glass sunroof, a five-speed manual gearbox, tilt steering wheel, a full-width taillight panel, a color-keyed front airdam and a roof spoiler. Like the CRX Si, the Si hatchback was powered by the same 91 hp (68 kW), 12-valve SOHC engine designated EW4/D15A3 (the latter code was used for the 1987 model year but with the same specs).

Honda Civic Si Coupe



Honda Civic Si Coupe Specifications

• 197-hp, 2.0-liter, DOHC i-VTEC® 4-cylinder engine • Close-ratio 6-speed manual transmission• Helical limited-slip differential• 17-inch alloy wheels• Fog lights• Body-colored rear wing spoiler• Front, front side and side curtain airbags• Advanced Compatibility Engineering™ (ACE™) body structure• Vehicle Stability Assist™ (VSA®) with traction control• 350-watt AM/FM/CD premium audio system with 7 speakers, including subwoofer and USB Audio Interface4• Perforated leather-wrapped steering wheel• Aluminum shift knob with leather• Textured aluminum pedals• Available Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation System™5 with voice recognition, digital audio-card reader, XM® Radio6 and Bluetooth®7 HandsFreeLink

Honda Fit Best Design and Performance Greatest Champion

Honda Fit is Luxury and the best Design and Performance The Honda Fit is a five-door hatchback subcompact car manufactured by the Honda Motor Company of Japan. The nameplate Jazz is used in Europe, some parts of Asia, Australia, Oceania, the Middle East, and Africa while the name "Fit" is used in Japan, China, and the Americas. Fit or Jazz is sold in about 115 countries and produced at ten plants in eight countries.

Let’s make choices that will benefit all of us. Like a vehicle big enough to comfortably carry five and their gear, yet gets up to 35 mpg.1 A super-spunky engine. Trigger-happy paddle shifters on Honda Fit Sport.* An interior with the flexibility of a contortionist. And a host of standard safety features, including Honda’s exclusive Advanced Compatibility Engineering™ body structure. Honda Fit. A city’s greatest champion.



Honda Fit a production model for the United States and Canada debuted on January 8, 2006 at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. The car was released in Canada on April 3, 2006, and in the U.S. on April 20, 2006. In the North American markets, the first generation Fit was replaced after only three model years by a new 2009 model, which was released for Japan in November 2007 as a 2008 model. Subsequent iterations will maintain the same platforms worldwide.

Honda Fit Specification• 117-hp, 1.5-liter i-VT E C® 4-cylinder engine • 5-speed manual or 5-speed automatic transmission• Drive-by-Wire™ throttle system• 15-inch wheels• Front, front side and side curtain airbags• Advanced Compatibility Engineering™(ACE™) body structure• Anti-lock braking system (ABS) • Electronic Brake Distribu tion (EBD)• Tire Pres sure Monitoring System2 (TPMS)• Daytime Running Lights (DRL)• 60/40 split second-row Magic Seat® • Power windows with auto-up/down driver’s window• Power door locks and mirrors• Tilt and telescopic steering column• Maintenance Minder™ system



Honda Fit Sport additions or replacements

• Steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters (AT models)• Security system with remote entry• Vehicle Stability Assist™ (VSA®) with traction control (with Navigation) • Cruise control• 16-inch alloy wheels• Perforated leather-wrapped steering wheel• Body-colored underbody kit and rear roofline spoiler•

Models Honda Fit/Jazz

    * GD1: 1.3 L L13A i-DSI I4 engine 2WD (Europe: 1.4L)
    * GD2: 1.3 L L13A i-DSI I4 engine 4WD (Japan only)
    * GD3: 1.5 L L15A VTEC I4 engine 2WD
    * GD4: 1.5 L L15A VTEC I4 engine 4WD (Japan only)
    * GD5: 1.2 L L12A I4 engine (Europe)
    * GE3: 1.3 L L13A i-DSI I4 engine 2WD (2007 Europe 1.4L model. Made in China)

Models Honda City/Fit Aria:

    * GD6: 1.3 L L13A i-DSI I4 engine 2WD (Fit-Aria)
    * GD7: 1.3 L L13A i-DSI I4 engine 4WD (Fit-Aria)
    * GD8: 1.5 L L15A i-DSI I4 engine 2WD (Fit-Aria)
    * GD9: 1.5 L L15A i-DSI I4 engine 4WD (Fit-Aria)

Honda Fit and Honda Jazz Two engines (1.3 i-DSI and 1.5 VTEC) were offered, each with a number of trim lines ranging from the basic "Y" to the sporty "S". The 1.3 L i-DSI was available with only the regular CVT automatic. The 1.5 L VTEC model with the CVT-7 was added in September 2002. A 5-speed manual was added in June 2004 for FWD model with the larger engine. Unique to the Japanese market, the Fit is also available in 4WD. Starting at a price of about JPY1,123,000 is the basic 1.3Y model. At the top of the range is the 1.5W four wheel drive version for JPY1,743,000. A bewildering range of options and accessories are available at most levels, including Honda's HDD GPS Navigation System with its 6.5-inch (170 mm) color screen. This system incorporates TV and FM radio.