Honda Civic

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Honda Civic
2019 Honda Civic coupe (facelift), front 12.16.19.jpg
2019 Civic coupe
Overview
ManufacturerHonda
Production1972-present
Body and chassis
ClassSubcompact car (1973–2000)
Compact car (2001–2012)
The digital speedometer found in the 8th generation Civic. The 9th generation also has a similar digital speedometer.

The Honda Civic is a subcompact and compact car that is built by the Honda company. The Civic has had 11 generations.[1] The Honda Civic has been built and sold since 1972. The Chevrolet Vega and Ford Pinto were rolling sacrifices amid an international fuel crisis, but the small and efficient Civic felt like perfect timing. Honda offered the first-gen Civic as both a three-door hatchback and sedan. The sedan version essentially was exactly like the hatchback, except that the conventional trunk lid and fixed rear seat of the sedan were replaced by an upward-hinged rear window and a fold-down seat in the hatchback. Wheels were 12 inches in diameter, and radial tires, A/C, a two-speed automatic transmission, and a rear hatch wiper were the only options. The 8th and later generation Civics have a digital speedometer. The Civic DX, LX, LX-S / Sport, and EX[2] are available with an automatic or manual transmission. The highest trim levels are the Civic Si and Type R, which are only available with a manual transmission and come with a more powerful engine. The Acura CSX, sold only in Canada, is nearly identical to the eighth generation (2006-2011) Civic.

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  1. "Here are all 11 generations of the Honda Civic". Autoblog. Verizon Media. Retrieved 30 April 2021. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  2. "Honda Civic Insurance Cost". www.insuranks.com.

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