Honda CRX 1983-87

Honda CRX 1983-87
Format: Paperback / softback, 100 Pages
ISBN: 9781870642040
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The original Civic was introduced in 1973 to international acclaim. A decade later the CRX was announced; strictly a reasonably roomy two-seater, it was powered by a 12-valve 1.5-litre engine. The 1985 Si introduced Honda's new Programmed Fuel Injection system. In answer to European criticism about a lack of power, a 16V 1600cc engine arrived here in 1986 giving 125bhp. Ride and handling were also improved. This is a book of contemporary road and comparison tests, specification, technical data, long term and owner's reports, new model introductions & special conversions. Includes, Si, 1.5, 1.6, CoupT, Spyder.

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Format: Paperback / softback, 100 Pages
ISBN: 9781870642040
Illustrations: B&W Ill: 228
Size: 8 in x 10.75 in x 0.375 in / 203.2 mm x 273.05 mm x 9.525 mm

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