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Honda CRX 1983 - 1987Honda CRX 1983 - 1987Honda CRX 1983 - 1987Honda CRX 1983 - 1987Honda CRX 1983 - 1987Honda CRX 1983 - 1987
In the 1984 Civic model range, Honda introduced a very interesting variant - a small coupe Honda CRX. The world had seen all types of coupe cars, but they had never seen such a small and so serious one. In fact, the Honda CRX was not the first such car - its design was inspired by the Alfa Romeo Junior Zagato model, which was driven by the designer who created the Honda CRX. Be that as it may, the Honda CRX best combines reliability, cheapness and sportiness and has become the world’s benchmark for this type of car. In North America, as in many other markets, the CRX was sold with two main versions: the Economy and the Sport. The economical model was fitted with a new aluminum 1.3-liter CVCC engine. The sports model had an aluminum 1.5-liter four-cylinder with three valves in each cylinder, which was combined with a 5-speed manual or 3-speed automatic transmission. In 1985, Honda introduced the Si (Sports, Injected) model with a more powerful 1.5-liter SOHC PGM-FI engine with fuel injection. The Si model had an electric sunroof, both side mirrors, a rear windscreen wiper, 13-inch alloy wheels and a rear cover spoiler. The most powerful versions were the Japanese and European Si versions with a 1.6i-16 1590 cc DOHC engine developing 135 hp (101 kW) in the European version and 140 hp (104 kW) in the JDM version.
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