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Honda Crx

Price: $1,600 - $5,850  ⋅ Rating:3.5Photos:10Views:2968
Honda Crx

Honda Crx (a.k.a. Honda Ballade Sports CR-X in Japan) occupies a deserved place in Honda lineup. Honda Crx was debuted in 1984 as a compact front-wheel-drive sports hatchback. The first generation of the model was sold under the name Honda Civic CRX in some regions. The name "CRX" stands for many expansion, the most popular are as follows: "Civic Renaissance Model X", "Civic Racing eXperimental" and "Compact Renaissance X". Honda Crx was designed for all markets around the world, but each had its own features. Specifically, in the European market, Honda CRX was sold as 4-seater version, whereas in the United States, the model was exported as compact and economical 2-seater sports car. Honda Crx was equipped with 1.3-liter engine rated at 70 HP and fuel consumption is 3.9 litres per 100 km on the highway and 4.6 litres in the city. European markets complete set was more powerful whose volume of ZC engine is 1.6 litres with power of 125 HP.

Salon of Honda Crx due to adjustable seat became comfortable and convenient. The model is equipped with VTEC, new bumpers, optics, hood, brakes, dashboard and some new other details. Options of Japanese market were glass roof and non-removable glass panel. The only options applied to all models are updated rear spoilers, floor mats, automatic transmission and air conditioning. This option was available in Japan under the name "Trans Top". Electric mechanism moves the roof into the trunk by pressing corresponding button. In Europe, this option was available on models ESi and VTi. Manufacturing and sales of Honda Crx ended in United States in 1997 and in most other markets in 1998. According to official statistics, only 33000 Honda Crx third generation models were sold in the world.