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Honda CRX Overview
The Honda CRX is classed as a sports compact car and was produced by the Japanese automobile manufacturing company Honda. This car was a 2-door front wheel drive hatchback and was in production from 1983 – 1991. This car was in production over 2 generations until it was replaced with the CRX del Sol which was an entirely different car even though it still had the CRX name attached. The CRX was known for its good performance, fuel economy and handling. The CRX has some unique styling but they do lack storage space and don't have that much room for the rear passengers. Does this sound anything like your experience of the Honda CRX?
Honda CRX History
The first generation (1983-87) Honda CRX was like a sporty version of the Honda Civic. This cars design was based on the Civic and in some countries was known as the Honda Civic CRX. The CRX is a compact sports car and was originally marketed as the Honda Ballade Sports CRX. The American version was a 2-seater where as the European version had 4 seats. The engines were very economical for their time.
The second generation (1987-91) was built on a new chassis and there was a few new engines introduced to the range, while still maintaining the great levels of fuel economy. The newer V-TEC models received a makeover to exterior, interior and mechanical parts. There was a glass roof version which is now highly sought after due to it being a special edition design. The CRX was replaced with the Honda CRX del Sol in 1991.
The Honda CRX has been available in 1.3, 1.4, 1.5 and 1.6L petrol engines. These engines
are known for their good fuel economy, especially for a compact sports car. Which engine did you have and how did it perform in terms of fuel economy? The age, fuel type and engine size will be determining factors in the fuel economy of the vehicle.
The Honda CRX was available as a 5-speed manual and a 4-speed automatic gearbox. Which gearbox did you have and how do you rate its performance? If you need gearbox parts for your CRX then have a look at our Honda gearbox
section where you can find well priced Honda gearbox parts.
If you are looking for Honda CRX parts then look no further. We know that these parts can be hard to come by, so that’s why our comprehensive network of Breakers stock parts for all makes and models at great prices. You can enter your vehicle details in our part finder or visit our CRX parts
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