Honda Civic Sedan 1983 Design Interior Exterior

The thought for the third-time Civic was most compelling space for people, minimum space for frameworks. Based on this thought, Honda made three-, four-and five-gateway assortments of the Civic a three passage hatchback and four-portal vehicle, and also a five-door transport offering predominant utility space. In 1984, the Company uncovered the Civic Si, highlighting a DOHC engine solidifying Formula 1 headways. It was in a glimmer surely understood by virtue of its innovative, since a long time prior roofed arrangement, and won the “Auto of the Year Japan” reward in 1984.

The third period Civic, displayed in September, 1983 contained 4 body styles, with simply the 3-door Hatchback and the 4-portal Sedan having interchangeable sheets. The 3-door Hatchback now rode on a 238 cm wheelbase; the 4-portal Sedan, similarly called Honda Ballade, and produced in England as Rover 213/216 (June, 1984) rode on a 245 cm wheelbase. The Wagon was without further ado called Shuttle and used the same 245 cm wheelbase. The Civic CR-X, called Ballade Sports in Japan was a 3-passage Coupe, riding on a 220 cm wheelbase and was by then exhibited in June, 1983.

All cars had another front and raise suspension, torsion bars as opposed to twists in front, and a torsion bar turn with circle springs at the back. By November, 1984 a 4-wheel-drive adjustment arrived for the Shuttle with a live back turn, by September, 1986 the structure got the opportunity to be constant. An auxiliary was the Quint Integra, which connected as a 3-portal Hatchback on a 245 cm wheelbase in February, 1985. In November, 1985 came the 5-portal Hatchback on a 252 cm wheelbase, and in October, 1986, in Japan a 4-gateway Sedan on the same 252 cm wheelbase.

body type 4/5 seater sedan/saloon
number of doors 4
mm inches
wheelbase 2450 96.5
track/tread (front) 1400 55.1
track/tread (rear) 1415 55.7
length 4145 163.2
width 1630 64.2
height 1385 54.5
ground clearance 160 6.3
length:wheelbase ratio 1.69
kerb weight 810 kg 1786 lb
fuel tank capacity 46 litres 10.1 UK Gal 12.2 US Gal
drag coefficient 0.39
frontal area 1.87 m²
cda 0.73
engine type naturally aspirated petrol
engine manufacturer Honda
engine code EW
cylinders Straight 4
capacity 1.5 litre
1488 cc
(90.803 cu in)
bore × stroke 74 × 86.5 mm
2.91 × 3.41 in
bore/stroke ratio 0.86
single overhead camshaft (SOHC)
3 valves per cylinder
12 valves in total
maximum power output 90 PS (89 bhp) (66 kW)
at 6000 rpm
specific output 59.8 bhp/litre
0.98 bhp/cu in
maximum torque 126 Nm (93 ft·lb) (12.8 kgm)
at 3500 rpm
specific torque 84.68 Nm/litre
1.02 ft·lb/cu3
sump wet sumped
compression ratio 9.2:1
bmep (brake mean effective pressure) 1064.1 kPa (154.3 psi)
engine coolant Water
unitary capacity 372 cc
aspiration Normal
compressor N/A
intercooler None
power-to-weight ratio 111.4 PS/g
81.93 kW/g
109.88 bhp/ton
0.05 bhp/lb
weight-to-power ratio 12.2 kg/kW
20.39 lb/bhp
engine position front
engine layout transverse
drive wheels front wheel drive
torque split N/A
steering rack & pinion
turning circle 10.00 m
tyres front 155 SR 13
tyres rear 155 SR 13
brakes f/r Di/Dr-S
gearbox 5 speed manual

Honda Civic Sedan 1983 Design Interior Exterior

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