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Old 15 Jul 2010, 08:01 pm
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Default best years for honda civic?

which honda civic had the most reliable engines
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Old 15 Jul 2010, 08:16 pm
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Any of them. The d series motor (the one that comes in Ex and lx trims) is slightly if any more reliable than the more powerful b series motor, Which comes on the si trim only. However, you can't go wrong with any Honda motor, assuming you know the previous user hasn't been too hard on it. Generally it's impossible to be too rough on an automatic transmission as well.
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Old 15 Jul 2010, 08:31 pm
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Well I just purchased a 1994 Civic Ex coupe 5 speed with 230,000 miles for $1600 and I have to say it drives just as well as any newer car that I have driven. It has the SOHC VTEC and I would definetly recommend if you are looking for a reliable car that has great style and endless potential to modify if thats what your looking to do.
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They all suck and it doesn't matter what year the civic is. All civics are cheap sh*tty cars that look like crap. They have no power, you see a million of them a day and they have no real potential. Don't get a civic because you will be disappointed. You should get a nice car like the 2000 or 2001 Honda Prelude, now that's a great looking and the best Honda car available. They are a little more expensive but they are well worth it so get this because you won't see a lot of people with them and they handle much better then the civic and they are faster and you won't see dumb teenagers in them because it's out of their price range and they can't afford the insurance. Good luck!
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1992 Civic Hx.. It's superlight and very stylish! Just put b18 and you should be on your way
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Default Re: best years for honda civic?

i would say a 1994 civic. they had very good engines. I myself have a 94 civic and it drives just perfect. It has 190k miles on it and yet it is the least maintenance car i am having.

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