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Old 17 Dec 2012, 06:19 pm
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Default What's the last year they made the honda Crx Si? And is it a two sestet as well as a good,

reliable car? What was the last year the crx si was made? Is it a two seater and what are it's specs?
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Old 17 Dec 2012, 06:32 pm
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Last year the CRX was produced was 1991. It is a 2 door, 2 seater. It is a very reliable car, mostly because it is a Honda.































Specs (1990 CRX Si, 5 speed manual):































Engine: 1.6 L 16 valve SOHC















Height: 50.4 in















Weight: 2174 lbs















Power: 108 hp @ 6000 rpm















Torque: 100 ft-lb @ 5000 rpm















Gas Mileage: 24 mpg city, 30 mpg highway































However, if you are referring to the top performance model of the CRX, the SiR, then you would need these specs:































Engine: 1.6 L 16 valve DOHC VTEC















Height: 50.1 in















Weight: 2174 lbs















Power: 160 hp @ 7600 rpm















Torque: 112 ft-lb @ 7100 rpm















Gas Mileage: 29 mpg city, 32 mpg highway
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Old 17 Dec 2012, 06:46 pm
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Last year it was made was in 1991, but if you live in Europe, the Del Sol is considered a Crx, and is called the " Crx Del Sol" So the last year over there would be 1997. In the USA it was in production from 1988-1991. The Crx is a two seater. It comes in 3 models. The HF(high fuel) gets 50mpg and only came in manual. Next is the "middle" trim, but is honestly the worse, is the DX. It came in auto/manual.Next would be the SI,it only came in manual, it weighted, the most but had a sun roof, and we all love sun roofs. The older the yeear the less it weighted which is good if you plan on racing and/or are looking for MPG's. Also the 1989-91(not 88) that was a Si, it came with rear disk brakes and not drum brakes. The 88 weighed the least coming in at a little over 1700 pounds(for the HF model)















All the SI engines made a little over a 100 horsepower. Unless it was the Si-R, but that never came out in the USA, so it would be a pain to import one. Most people like me, swap a b16 engine( the Crx Si-R motor) in it which has 160-170horsepower depending on generation( b16a, b16a2, b16a3)
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The last year would be 91. In 1992, came out the DelSol to replace the CRX. And 13 years later in 2010 came out the Honda CRZ. But yeah, the CRX SI is a strong reliable car. And it's a two seater, which means you don't gotta drive a bunch of people around all the time.
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Old 17 Dec 2012, 07:16 pm
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Sky gets thumbs up from me again for having the most accurate answer. You really can't go wron gwith a CRX Si, provided you can find one in orginal, stock condition. My buddy use to own a 1991 CRX Si. That car was amazing; excellent mpgs, super reliable, quick, and fun to drive. I had the Civic Si version and it was pretty close in driving fun but not completely. My buddy drove his Si everywhere. That car made so many trips across the US (and even did a Canada trip in it). He sold it four years ago with over 300,000 miles on it. Awesome car, even by todays standards! Once you drive it, you won't want to get out of it. Also, just to let you know if you haven't driven one, the only power equipment offered on them, are power brakes and power sunroof.... well here in the US anyway. In other countries, they had stuff like power windows, power steering, a back seat, etc. I think the Us version is the best since it's the lightest. Also, not having all of that power equipment means less stuff to breakdown...... And we all know that replacing electrical stuff is expensive. Is it a good, reliable car? It's a Honda!! Need I say more?
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Old 17 Dec 2012, 07:31 pm
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last production was on 1991. hondas are well known to be a reliable car. but if you plan to buy one know. i think you need to find a well kept one. check for rust on the body as well as the engine.
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i think 1991. For latest models visit this link.































crownhonda.ca
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