All Things Honda Civic Si

The CRX has enjoyed major popularity with people because it is economical, yet sporty, and reliable. What's not to enjoy? The CRX also has a great selection of aftermarket parts available, and remains a favorite platform for the drag strip.

The CRX is a 2 seat, 2 door hatchback that has a classic design. Many models include a powered moonroof, and some have removable targa roof panels. It's hatchback and 2-seat design resulted in a lighter vehicle that achieved excellent gas mileage in its day. The CRX Si is also very nimble, and handles the twists and turns beautifully. The CRX is not exactly new anymore, so it has become a very popular project car, and many non street-legal CRXs can be found at various drag and autocross events. The CRX is undoubtedly one of the greatest vehicles that came from Honda in the 80's.

Sadly, the CRX disappeared after the 1991 model year, and was replaced by the del Sol.

1988-1991 Honda CRX Si Specs:

Price: $ 11,405
Engine Design: SOHC 16-valve inline 4-cylinder
Engine Displacement: 1.6 liters
Horsepower: 105 (1988) 108 (1989-1991)
Torque (lb-ft): 100
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Drivetrain: Front engine, Front-wheel drive (FF)
Wheelbase: 90.6"
Length: 147.8 (1988-1989) 148.5 (1990-1991)
Weight: 2174 lbs.
Pounds Per Horsepower Ratio: 20.13 lb/hp
Fuel Capacity: 11.9 gal.
Factory Tires: 185/60R14
Brakes (front): 9.53" Vented Disc
Brakes (rear): 8.4" Solid disc
Suspension (front): Independent Double Wishbone
Suspension (rear): Independent Double Wishbone

Performance Stats:

0 to 60: 8.5 sec
1/4 mile: 16.2 sec

Fuel Economy:

City: 28 mpg
Highway: 33 mpg

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