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Honda Civic 1983 - 1987Honda Civic 1983 - 1987Honda Civic 1983 - 1987Honda Civic 1983 - 1987Honda Civic 1983 - 1987Honda Civic 1983 - 1987Honda Civic 1983 - 1987Honda Civic 1983 - 1987Honda Civic 1983 - 1987Honda Civic 1983 - 1987Honda Civic 1983 - 1987Honda Civic 1983 - 1987
The third generation Honda Civic was a real revolution. These were the times when none of the Japanese manufacturers expected leadership in the automotive industry, but it suddenly began. In 1983, the biggest news from Japan was the third-generation Honda Civic and the cult video game Mario Bros. And if the famous video game in its popularity had to wait another two years, then the Civic has been a hit from the start. Why has it become so popular? Long before the advent of this Civic, inexpensive city cars such as the Fiat 500 were produced, as well as compact yet comprehensive family cars such as the Volkswagen Golf. So the Honda Civic wasn’t the first, but it was the one that best combined cheapness, practicality and sportiness. The wedge-shaped design of the Civic with its rectangular headlights was very modern and aerodynamic at the time, while the car retained its small dimensions. In addition, the Civic had small economical engines, poor reliability and a sporty suspension. All this combination ensured the great popularity of the car. In addition, the Civic was produced with a variety of body styles: a three-door hatchback, a sports coupe called the CRX, a sedan and even a station wagon. The latter was a strange combination of monovolume, station wagon and small SUV. The Civic hatchback did not have a full tailgate, as only the glass part of the door could be opened at the top. Inside, the Civic was just as laconic and simple as outside. Depending on the engine and trim level, the instrument panel included fuel, coolant temperature and speedometer. Some versions also had a tachometer. Under the hood, Honda installed three engines, including a special 1.6-liter engine with an incredible 150 hp. The whole world has been amazed that such a tiny car with such a small engine and without turbines can squeeze such power. This was the beginning of VTEC technology. Let’s not forget that at the time, the engine power of a car of this size was usually somewhere between 50 and 70 hp. That’s how extraordinary this Civic model was.
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