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Honda Civic

Honda Civic (Japan, 1991-1995)

Honda > Civic > Gen.5 [EG, EJ1/EJ2]
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History, development and general characteristics

The fifth generation Honda Civic was released in july 1991. This car was produced for the period of three years at the Japanese carmaker’s factories in Japan, United States (Ohio), Canada, Pakistan, Taiwan, Thailand and South Africa.



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Engine and Transmission

The “Mk5” Civic’s front-mounted engine was tuned in several displacement capacity options, ranging from the most basic 1.3-liter unit to the top of the range’s 1.8-liter engine, including several 1.5- and 1.6-liter versions in between. Power outputs for this car range between the base version’s 70 hp and the range topper’s 190 hp.

The 5th generation Civic could come with either front- or four-wheel drive, depending on the trim level option. A standard 4-speed manual transmission was fitted on the car, but optional 5-speed manual and 4-speed automatic transmissions were available as well.



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Chassis

Steel unibody frame.   Platform (no data)   Suspension (no data)   Steering (no data)   Brakes Most Civic versions come with front discs and rear brakes, but the highest trim levels come with disc brakes all around.



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Body and Design

The 5th generation Honda Civic is available in four different types of bodyshell: as a 2-door coupe, a 2-door convertible (“targa”), a three-door hatchback or a 4-door sedan. When compared to the previous versions, this car has an overall more united shape and somewhat longer. In order to come out with a fuel efficient and more economic car, Honda made use of lightweight equipment to forge the Civic’s bodywork.



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