2007 Honda Civic Engine 1.7 L 4 Cylinder Coupe Sedan

Honda extremely redesigned its Civic lineup last year, coming out following all-new sedan and coupe models. This year, Honda has revised the entire Civic lineage to additional attach handling and to cut noise and vibration. The interior in addition to gets some upgrades, particularly to the LX trim. That makes the 2002 Civic parentage the acknowledge of the art in Honda compacts.

Also new, is a hot extra hatchback. The Honda Civic Si, a famous compact in the midst of ham it up enthusiast, adds some vinegar to the Civic lineup.

Regardless of model, the new Honda Civics allow quality, efficiency, sociable road manners, and a friendly cabin. They are in the course of the best compact cars available.

Honda’s engineers are masters at broadcast efficiency. Civic sedan, coupe, and hatchback body styles were all meant to maximize flavor for people and minimize the room complete for mechanical systems. Compared past the previous-generation Civics, the these additional Civics are roomier inside, yet smaller upon the outside. They are marvels of efficient packaging.

Honda Civics now arrive in three body styles: four-door sedan, two-door coupe, and three-door hatchback. Sedans and coupes are available in three primary trim levels: DX, LX, and EX.

Civic DX and LX are powered by a 1.7-liter four-cylinder engine rated at 115 horsepower. LX adds power-operated controls and luxury features.

EX models get a 127-horsepower VTEC engine, body-colored talent mirrors and a detached gate system.

A four-speed automatic transmission ($800) is optional for DX, LX, and EX models.

Si is and no-one else available as a hatchback and the hatchback is lonesome easily reached as an Si. Civic Si comes taking into consideration a high-output 2.0-liter i-VTEC engine rated at 160 horsepower. Si is not available past an automatic.

Prices range from roughly $13,000 for a DX to roughly $15,000 for an LX to about $17,000 for an EX to about $19,000 for the Si.

Capable of 44 miles per gallon, the Coupe HX ($13,610) comes equipped past a fuel-efficient lean-burn engine teamed to the tolerable five-speed directory transmission. The HX coupe lean-burn engine achieves 117 horsepower. HX is manageable following an optional for all time changeable transmission, or CVT ($1,000).

There’s along with a Coupe GX past a natural gas-powered engine Honda claims is the cleanest internal combustion engine in the world. The DX, LX, and EX four-cylinder aluminum engines earn the government’s ultra low emission vehicle, or ULEV, certification

2002 HONDA CIVIC – Engine Assembly 1.7L 4 Cylinder, SOHC, Gasoline, VTEC, US Market, HX VIN 2, 6th Digit, 1-Year Warranty
Condition:Used OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer)
Tested:Engine Run, Tested – Full Coverage Warranty
What’s Included and What to Expect:
All Engines are Shipped as pure Assemblies from top Valve lid to Exhaust Manifold.
They every include:
Intake and Exhaust Manifold
Valve Cover
Cylinder Heads and Block
Timing partner Cover
Our engine will NOT affix or cover by Warranty (if included) the cable harness, any sensors, hoses and bolt-on accessories.