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Honda Civic

Honda Civic (Japan, 1983-1987)

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History, development and general characteristics

Honda launched the third incarnation of the Civic in 1984, which was a bigger and much more sophisticated car. The sedan version of the Civic rebadged for the European markets and sold under the names Honda Ballade and Rover 213/216.

The third generation Honda Civic had its assembly lines mounted at the company’s plants in Japan, Canada, South Africa, China and Taiwan. It was produced until being replaced for yet a new Civic model in 1987.



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Engine and Transmission

The third generation Honda Civic had two available engine displacement options, which were 1.3- and 1.5-liter powerplants. While the 1.3-liter unit was only available with 60 hp, 1.5-liter engines were available with 76 hp, 91 hp and 108 hp.
Third generation Honda Civics had either a 5-speed manual transmission or a 3-speed ‘Hondamatic’ automatic unit.



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Chassis

  Platform (no data)   Suspension Independent front suspension that consists on control arms with torsion-bar springs and a semi-independent rear beam with coil springs.   Steering (no data)   Brakes (no data)



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Body and Design

Four different types of bodyshell were styled to build the Honda Civic line-up: a 3-door hatchback, a 3-door coupe, a 4-door sedan and a 5-door station wagon.



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