The stylish and sporty new 2002 Honda Civic Coupe is appealing
to not only younger folk, but anybody who enjoys a fun-loving
vehicle with a spirited character and aerodynamic lines.
Not only does it have terrific curbside appeal, its rear
hatch makes it versatile and convenient for everyday life.
Up for grabs for this year are four two-door
models that offer you a wide variety of luxury and performance
standards to suit your driving requirements and budget.
Choose from the two-door Civic DX Coupe, Civic HX Coupe,
Civic LX Coupe, and the Civic EX Coupe.
Beginning with the entry-level Civic DX Coupe,
standard fare includes an AM/FM stereo with four speakers
and clock, a front beverage holder, 60/40 split rear folding
seat to accommodate extra luggage and cargo, and a center
console with storage. A cargo net, driver's armrest, and
air conditioning are all available. The Civic HX Coupe upgrades
the sound system to include a cassette player, and the passenger
seat has a walk-in feature.
The Civic LX includes an illuminated driver's switch, front
beverage holder with lid, passenger walk-in feature with
memory, air conditioning, and center console with lid. Finally,
the top-end Civic EX Coupe features the addition of an anti-theft
CD player with six speakers, front and rear beverage holders,
and a convenient cargo net.
Starting again with the DX Coupe, standard items
include fourteen-inch wheels, dual manual remote-operated
mirrors, body-colored bumpers, tinted glass, trunk lid garnish,
and a front air spoiler. The HX Coupe sports dual power
outside mirrors. Civic LX is spruced up with a body-colored
trunk lid garnish and door handles.
The Honda Civic EX Coupe puts it all together and makes
key additions such as a power moon roof with tilt feature,
fifteen-inch wheels, and body-colored dual power outside
A variety of engine combinations are offered
in the 2002 line up. Base model Civic DX and the Civic LX
both sport an aluminum alloy, SOHC, 16-valve, four-cylinder
engine with 115 horsepower and 110 lb-ft of torque. HX upgrades
that with a VTEC engine to achieve 117 horsepower and 111
lb-ft of torque. At the top end, the Civic EX checks in
with a VTEC engine that produces 127 horsepower and 114
lb-ft of torque.
All four models are front-wheel drive and feature a standard
five-speed manual transmission with optional four-speed
automatic on all by the HX Coupe. The HX model is equipped
with a continuously variable transmission.
Safety and Security
Each Honda Civic Coupe is backed by an immobilizer
theft deterrent system, driver air bag, passenger air bag,
optional side impact air bags, front and rear three-point
seatbelts, child safety locks, and child seat tethers and
anchors. To channel the energy of an impact away from passengers,
each vehicle is designed with front and rear crumple zones,
and reinforced with side impact door beams. Adding to this,
the Civic EX features ABS brakes.
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