1975 Honda Civic CVCC
The two-door sedan was no longer produced. All engines was now of the Honda Civic CVCC design from 1335 cc giving 55 hp to 1488 cc giving 67 hp. The transmission was either a four-speed manual transmission, a five-speed manual or a two-speed automatic. With continuous full throttle, has six 1975 Honda Civic CVCC total 27,686 miles rolled during a 3-day high-speed performance test at the Ontario Motor Speedway in California.
A Honda Civic CVCC 5-speed with the highest average speed of 87.1 miles per hour, while rolling up 5,233.2 miles. Miles per gallon on the three-day period ranged from a high of 20.16 for the Honda Civic CVCC 5-speed to 15.89 miles per gallon for the 2-speed Hondamatic.
This decision was also known as the Clean Air Act. Of course, nearly every automaker cried foul, claiming that to do anything whatever to the environment or their customer base protection of the health cost would ruin them immediately and jobs. Crazy thing is, Honda began working on this problem in 1966. Honda and Toyota – the Honda had licensed technology – were the only car manufacturer, they could apparently meet the very strict 1975.
In 1985, the CRX Si was introduced. It came with a fuel injection version of the 1500 cc engine giving 91 hp. In 1986, the Civic has received concealed headlights. Other news for the year was a four-speed automatic and an Si version of the Civic hatchback.Sponsored Links:
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