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Honda CivicFourth generation(EC/ED/EE/EF) Overview Manufacturer Also called Production Assembly Body and chassis Body style Layout Related Powertrain Engine Transmission Dimensions Wheelbase Length Width Height Chronology Predecessor Successor
Honda
September 1987–August 1991September 1987–February 1996 (Civic Shuttle)
Suzuka, JapanSwindon, England (HUKM)East Liberty, Ohio, United States (Marysville Auto Plant)Alliston, Ontario, Canada (HCM)Hsinchu, TaiwanEast London, South AfricaNelson, New Zealand (Honda New Zealand)Johor Bahru, Malaysia (OASB) [1]
3-door hatchback3-door coupe (CRX)4-door sedan5-door station wagon (Shuttle)
Front engine, front-wheel drive / Four-wheel drive
Acura/Honda IntegraHonda ConcertoHonda CR-XRover 200 (R8)Rover 400 (R8)
2,500 mm (98.4 in)
156.1 in (3,965 mm) (hatchback)166.5 in (4,229 mm) (sedan)161.7 in (4,107 mm) (wagon)
65.6 in (1,666 mm) (hatchback)65.9 in (1,674 mm) (sedan)66.1 in (1,679 mm)
52.4 in (1,331 mm) (hatchback)53.5 in (1,359 mm) (sedan)56.1 in (1,425 mm) (FWD Wagon)56.9 in (1,445 mm) (4WD Wagon)
Honda Civic (third generation)
Honda Civic (fifth generation)

In 1987, the Honda Civic was significantly redesigned for model year 1988. The suspension had a radical re-configuration with double-wishbone suspension in the front and an independent suspension in the rear, wheelbase was increased to 98.4 inches (250 cm), and the body was redesigned with a lower hood line and more glass, giving less drag. The front suspension incorporates an extended hub carrier, so the upper arm is relatively short. The rear suspension is a multi-link trailing arm suspension with upper and lower lateral control links (with the spring/damper strut carried on the lower link) near the axle line and a short lateral link for toe control ahead of the pivot of the main trailing arm.

The base model of the fourth generation Civic had a 1.2 L SOHC, this single carbureted engine was not available for the Japanese and American markets. In Japan the base version received a 1.3 L SOHC single carbureted engine with 82 PS (60 kW), thus equipped it was called either 23L or 23U. This engine, in the same state of tune, was also available in the commercial version of the Shuttle, sold simply as the "Honda Pro" initially.[2]

The 1.5 L SOHC engine came in a wide variety of models, dual-point injection, single carbureted and dual carbureted. Those engines were available in the Japanese-market 25X and 25XT. The Japanese version of the sporting Si, initially the top version, featured a (ZC) D16A8/A9 1.6 L 16V DOHC engine.

But there was more to come, and in late 1989 the new top model of the hatchback was the new SiR, fitted with the 1.6-litre, 160 PS (118 kW; 158 hp) at 7,600 rpm "B16A" DOHC VTEC engine. This, the first B engine, marked the introduction of Honda's variable valve timing and electronic lift control technology, or VTEC. By providing two different camshaft profiles—one for fuel economy, one for performance—the VTEC engines set a high-revving, naturally aspirated precedent for future performance variants of the Honda Civic.[3] With its light weight, independent suspension and powerful engine, the car was well-received globally, receiving “Golden Steering Wheel Award” from the German newspaper Bild am Sonntag, and ranking first in France’s l’Automobile magazine 1989 survey on car quality and reliability.[4] The European model, badged as a "1.6i-VT", used a slightly less powerful B16A1 engine, which had an 8,200 rpm redline and made 150 PS (110 kW), although it made the same 111 lbf·ft (150 N·m) of torque as the Japanese market B16. In Japan, automatic-equipped SiR Civics also received the lower-powered engine.

The wagon, known in Japan as the Civic Shuttle, continued to be built until 1996. The commercial-use model was called the "Honda Pro"; it was replaced by a dedicated commercial delivery van called the Honda Partner starting with model year 1996.

North America[edit]

All United States vehicles were fuel injected.

In 1990 the Civic had a light facelift. Some things that changed were the front bumper design, the front corner lights no longer had the two screws on the outside, the gauge cluster cover shape slightly changed, tail light units design changed, side moldings became thinner, and most American Civics received automatic seat belts due to changes in federal highway safety law. The sedan and wagon featured powered automatic shoulder belts that retracted from the b-pillar to a position halfway down the a-pillar when the door was open, while the hatchback received a standard style shoulder and lap belt mechanism that was attached to the door and was intended to remain buckled at all times. While this setup did satisfy the federal regulations, the front doors had to be opened very wide to allow access between the belt and the seat. Many Civic owners used the door mounted belts just as they would pillar mounted belts, buckling and unbuckling as necessary.

Models Available[edit]

STD[edit]

The base model with the lowest price and lowest standard (vinyl seats) interior, instrumentation, engine output and transmission. It was only available as a Hatchback. Engine was D15B1 16V SOHC, with dual port throttle body injection, 75 hp (55.9 kW) with restrictor on the tandem valve, and catalytic converter integrated into the exhaust manifold. Manual transmissions were 4-speed with cable operated clutch. Automatic four-speed transmission was also available.

DX[edit]

Available as Hatchback, Sedan and Wagon, this had cloth seats, optional power steering, optional rear wash/wiper, optional clock, optional passenger door mirror and optional wheel covers. Engines were D15B2 16V SOHC with slightly higher output 92 hp (68.6 kW) due to an improved profile on the inlet side of the Single Overhead Cam and unrestricted tandem valve. Manual transmissions came as 5-speed with cable operated clutch. Automatic transmission was available as an option.

LX[edit]

Available only as a Sedan, this had a higher level interior with tachometer instrumentation, electric windows, electric door locks, electric door mirrors, clock and wheel covers as standard. Engines were D15B2 16V SOHC, same as the DX, with 5-speed cable clutch transmission. 4- speed automatic transmission was optional.

EX[edit]

Available only as a Sedan for 1990 and 1991 model years, this was the top of the Civic line with all LX standard features, and the D16A6 16V SOHC engine with 4-point injection, making 105 hp and 100 ft-lbs. It also had upgraded brakes on the front with 10.3" disks vs. the 9.5" on the STD, DX, LX and SI models. The 1991 had a higher geared steering rack - 3.1 turns lock to lock vs 4 for other and prior models.

SI[edit]

Initially, the Civic Si hatchback was absent from the lineup, with only the CRX Si offered for the 1988 model year. That changed, however, for 1989, and the Civic Si hatchback was reintroduced, along with a 3-hp upgrade for the D16 engine across all Si trims (making 108 hp, 1988 CR-X Si 105 hp). This was the sportiest US market Civic, only available as a hatchback. The engine fitted was the D16A6 16-valve SOHC with 4-point injection and output of 108 hp (81 kW). It weighed in at 2,286 lb (1,037 kg), achieving a factory 0–60 mph of 8.1 seconds; and a quarter-mile time of 16.2 at 82 mph (132 km/h).[5]

The main standard features of the Si trim were the power sun roof/moon roof, tachometer, passenger door mirror, color matched bumpers, dash clock, larger exhaust, front and rear anti-roll bars, 14" steel wheels with covers, and slightly deeper bucket sport seats. There was no power steering and no automatic transmission available (except in Canada). Additional options were air conditioning and fog lights, as well as the different Honda Genuine Accessory alloy wheels.[6] In other markets, more powerful D16A7 and D16A9 engines were used instead, which made 122 hp (91 kW) and 132 hp (98 kW) respectively.

Compared to the previous generation, the Civic Si saw an improvement in handling, in part due to the double-wishbone suspension at all four corners and lower wind drag due to the sleeker body shape. As with all other trims, the Civic Si received a slight visual upgrade in late 1989, featuring revised bumpers and tail lights.

Due to the difference in engine output and modification potential between the American and JDM models, the second-generation Si sparked a popular trend of engine swapping, where tuners would replace the D-series power plant with a more powerful B-series motor.[7]

Wagon[edit]
Honda Civic Shuttle (Japan) Standard Hatch DX Hatch Si Hatch DX Sedan LX Sedan EX Sedan
Auto Manual Auto Manual Manual Auto Manual Auto Manual Auto Manual
1988  ? 1933  ? 1933 -  ? 2039  ? 2138 - -
1989 n/a 2013 2138 2088 2161 2209 2147 2249 2211 n/a n/a
1990-1991 1996 2127  ? 2165 2291 2252 2262  ? 2322  ? 2374

All weights listed in this table are in lbs. Air Conditioning added 49 lb (22 kg). Cargo capacity was an additional 100 lb (45 kg) hatchback, 75 lb (34 kg) sedan.

For most of Europe, the base model was the 1.3 L model, which was not available in the USA.[8] Next was a 1.4 L SOHC straight-four dual carbureted engine that was available in 1988 to 1990 ; 1.5i GL and GLX models.

The European 1.6i GT and 1.6i-16 (depends on country) had a ZC like 1.6 L DOHC engine and produced 124 hp (D16Z5) or 130 hp (D16A9). In Europe the SiR was called 1.6i-VT and had a similar B16A1 engine. These top models were equipped with the VTEC system.

South Africa[edit]

In South Africa, it was sold under the Honda Ballade branding.

Popularity[edit]

Despite its image as an economical vehicle, the fourth-generation hatchback became popular in near stock SCCA autocross competition. The ED chassis dominated the Street touring category, competing against the Mazda MX-5 Miata. Fourth-generation Civic hatchbacks became famous among Honda Civic enthusiasts due to their lightweight design and formidable suspension layout which outperformed later generations[citation needed].

References and notes[edit]

External links[edit]

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Infobox Automobile generationname=Fourth generation(EC/ED/EE/EF)

production=1988-1991body_style=3-door hatchback3-door coupe (CRX)4-door sedan5-door station wagon (Shuttle)assembly=Suzuka, JapanEast Liberty, Ohio, USAAlliston, Ontario, CanadaShin-Jyu, Taiwan, Republic of China, Republic of China, South Africalayout=Front engine, front-wheel drive / Four-wheel driveengine=1.3 L "D13B" I41.4 L "D14A" I41.5 L "D15B" I41.6 L "D16A6" I41.6 L "B16A" I4transmission=4-speed manual5-speed manual6-speed manual4-speed automaticwheelbase=98.4 in (250 cm)length=156.1 in (396 cm) (hatchback)166.5 in (423 cm) (sedan)161.7 in (4107 mm) (wagon)width=65.6 in (167 cm) (hatchback)65.9 in (167 cm) (sedan)66.1 in (1680 mm)height=52.4 in (133 cm) (hatchback)53.5 in (136 cm) (sedan)56.1 in (1425 mm) (FWD Wagon)56.9 in (1445 mm) (4WD Wagon)fuel_capacity=Convert|45|L|usgal impgal|0|abbr=onrelated=Acura IntegraHonda CRXHonda BalladeHonda ConcertoHonda IntegraRover 213/216For 1988, the Civic's wheelbase was increased to 98.4 inches (250 cm). The body was redesigned with a lower hood line and more glass, giving less drag. The model range was fairly limited for the US, whereas the European and Japanese markets had a wider range. A 1500 cc 16-valve fuel injected engine giving 92 hp (68 kW) was used in the DX hatchback and sedanFact|date=February 2007, new LX sedan, and the American market wagon. The Si and four-wheel drive wagons were powered by a 1.6 L 16-valve engine, rated at 108 hp (81 kW). The base hatchback had a 70 hp (52 kW) version of the same 8-valve engine. All engines sold in the US were fuel injected. Carbureted models were available elsewhere. All Civics had a double-wishbone suspension in the front and multi-link trailing arm suspension in the rear. In 1990, the EX trim was introduced. Four-wheel drive wagons had standard steel wheels (white steel wheels with matching center caps were optional), a 6-speed manual transmission (with a super-low gear left of first) or an optional 4-speed automatic. Four-wheel drive was also available on the sedan in some markets.Fact|date=February 2007

The base model of the 4th generation Civic had a 1.2 L SOHC, this single carbureted engine was not available for the European and American market. For Europe the base model was the 1.3 Luxe (23L and 23U for the Japanese market) 1.3 L SOHC single carbureted engine.Next engine was the 1.4 L which was not available in the USA and Japan.Fact|date=February 2007 It was a 1.4 L SOHC dual carbureted engine that was available only in 1988 and 1989; (replaced by the 1.5i GL and GLX in 1990).The 1.5 L SOHC engine came in a wide variety of models, dual-point injection, single carbureted and dual carbureted. Those engines were available in the JDM 25X and 25XT, USDM DX and the USDM STD model (USDM base model), EDM 1.5i GL and GLX (the only difference between EDM GL and GLX is a different standard equipment and a different FDR). The LX model offered over the base and DX models such accoutrements as power windows, power mirrors, power door locks, and cruise control.

Next in line was the 1.6 L SOHC. Simply 1.6i for the European market and Si for the American market (US top model). (not to be confused with the JDM Si, which is a (ZC) D16a8/9 1.6 L DOHC)Second highest model was the USDM Si. It was equipped with a 1.6 L SOHC (D16A6) engine and delivered convert|106|hp|abbr=on. The EDM 1.6i GT and 1.6i-16 (depends on country) had a ZC like 1.6 L DOHC engine and produced 124 hp (D16Z5) or 130 hp (D16A9). Though these cars suffered from slight understeer, they were brilliant in high speed corners. All DOHC engines are equipped with Honda's multi-point fuel injection system (although there seems to have been a 1.6 L DOHC non-VTEC with dual carburetors for the 4th generation).

Top model of the hatchback was the Japanese SiR with the convert|160|hp|abbr=on B16A engine. In Europe the SiR was called 1.6i-VT and had a similar B16A1 engine. These top models of the 4th generation Civic were equipped with the famous VTEC system .

In 1990 the 4th generation Civic had a light facelift. Some things that changed were the front bumper design, the front corner lights no longer had the two screws on the outside, the gauge cluster cover shape slightly changed, tail light units design changed, and some USDM Civics received automatic seat belts.

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Fourth generation(EC/ED/EE/EF)ManufacturerProductionAssemblyPredecessorSuccessorBody style(s)LayoutEngine(s)Transmission(s)WheelbaseLengthWidthHeightCurb weightFuel capacityRelated
Honda
1988-1991
Suzuka, JapanEast Liberty, Ohio, USAAlliston, Ontario, CanadaShin-Jyu, Taiwan, Republic of China, Republic of China, South Africa
Honda Civic (third generation)
Honda Civic (fifth generation)
3-door hatchback3-door coupe (CRX)4-door sedan5-door station wagon (Shuttle)
Front engine, front-wheel drive / Four-wheel drive
1.3 L D13B I41.4 L D14A I41.5 L D15B1 I41.6 L D16A6 I41.6 L B16A I41.6 L D16A9 I4
4-speed manual5-speed manual6-speed manual4-speed automatic
98.4 in (2,499 mm)
156.1 in (3,965 mm) (hatchback)166.5 in (4,229 mm) (sedan)161.7 in (4,107 mm) (wagon)
65.6 in (1,666 mm) (hatchback)65.9 in (1,674 mm) (sedan)66.1 in (1,679 mm)
52.4 in (1,331 mm) (hatchback)53.5 in (1,359 mm) (sedan)56.1 in (1,425 mm) (FWD Wagon)56.9 in (1,445 mm) (4WD Wagon)
Sedan'88 DX M/T 2,039 lb (925 kg)'88 LX M/T 2,138 lb (970 kg)'89 DX M/T 2,147 lb (974 kg)'89 LX M/T 2,211 lb (1,003 kg)'90 DX M/T 2,262 lb (1,026 kg)'90 LX M/T 2,322 lb (1,053 kg)'90 EX M/T 2,374 lb (1,077 kg)'91 DX M/T 2,262 lb (1,026 kg)'91 DX A/T 2,252 lb (1,021 kg)'91 LX M/T 2,322 lb (1,053 kg)'91 EX M/T 2,374 lb (1,077 kg)

Hatchback'88 HB M/T 1,933 lb (877 kg)'88 DX M/T 1,993 lb (904 kg)'89 HB M/T 2,013 lb (913 kg)'89 DX M/T 2,088 lb (947 kg)'89 Si M/T 2,161 lb (980 kg)'90 HB M/T 2,127 lb (965 kg)'90 DX M/T 2,165 lb (982 kg)'90 Si M/T 2,291 lb (1,039 kg)'91 HB M/T 2,127 lb (965 kg)'91 DX M/T 2,165 lb (982 kg)'91 Si M/T 2,291 lb (1,039 kg)

11.9 US gal (45 L; 10 imp gal)
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For 1988, the Civic's wheelbase was increased to 98.4 inches (250 cm). The body was redesigned with a lower hood line and more glass, giving less drag. The model range was fairly limited for the US, whereas the European and Japanese markets had a wider range. A 1.5 L 16-valve fuel injected engine giving 92 hp (68.6 kW) was used in the DX hatchback and sedan[citation needed], new LX sedan, and the American market wagon. The base hatchback also used a 16 valve 1.5 L which made 70 hp (52.2 kW) and used a dual-point throttle body fuel injection system with a restrictor plate. The Si and four-wheel drive wagons were powered by a 1.6 L 16-valve engine, rated at 108 hp (80.5 kW). All engines sold in the US were fuel injected. Carbureted models were available elsewhere. All Civics had a double-wishbone suspension in the front and multi-link trailing arm suspension in the rear. In 1990, the EX trim was introduced. Four-wheel drive wagons had standard steel wheels (white steel wheels with matching center caps were optional), a 6-speed manual transmission (with a super-low gear left of first) or an optional 4-speed automatic. Four-wheel drive was also available on the sedan in some markets.[citation needed]The wagon, known in Japan as the Civic Shuttle continued as a commercial delivery van called the Honda Partner starting with model year 1996.

The base model of the 4th generation Civic had a 1.2 L SOHC, this single carbureted engine was not available for the European and American market. For Europe the base model was the 1.3 Luxe (23L and 23U for the Japanese market) 1.3 L SOHC single carbureted engine.Next engine was the 1.4 L which was not available in the USA and Japan.[citation needed] It was a 1.4 L SOHC I4 dual carbureted engine that was available only in 1988 and 1989; (replaced by the 1.5i GL and GLX in 1990).

File:Honda Civic 25XT 001.JPG

Honda Civic 25XT badge

The 1.5 L SOHC engine came in a wide variety of models, dual-point injection, single carbureted and dual carbureted. Those engines were available in the Japanese-market 25X and 25XT, American-market DX and STD models, and European 1.5i GL and GLX models. The LX model offered over the base and DX models such accoutrements as power windows, power mirrors, power door locks, and cruise control.

File:Honda Civic Shuttle 003.JPG

Honda Civic Shuttle Beagle

Next in line was the 1.6 L SOHC. Simply 1.6i for the European market and Si for the American market (US top model). (not to be confused with the JDM Si, which is a (ZC) D16a8/9 1.6 L DOHC)Second highest model was the American Si. It was equipped with a 1.6 L SOHC (D16A6) engine and delivered 106 hp (79 kW). The European 1.6i GT and 1.6i-16 (depends on country) had a ZC like 1.6 L DOHC engine and produced 124 hp (D16Z5) or 130 hp (D16A9). All DOHC engines are equipped with Honda's multi-point fuel injection system (although there seems to have been a 1.6 L DOHC non-VTEC with dual carburetors for the 4th generation).

Top model of the hatchback was the Japanese SiR with the 160 hp (120 kW) B16A engine. In Europe the SiR was called 1.6i-VT and had a similar B16A1 engine. These top models of the 4th generation Civic were equipped with the VTEC system .

File:1990 Honda Civic DX interior.JPG

In 1990 the 4th generation Civic had a light facelift. Some things that changed were the front bumper design, the front corner lights no longer had the two screws on the outside, the gauge cluster cover shape slightly changed, tail light units design changed, and some American Civics received automatic seat belts (the sedan and wagon received automatic shoulder belts only, while the hatchback received automatic shoulder AND lap belts).

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