Another staple in Honda's line up of traditionally exceptional
vehicles is the Civic Sedan, an extremely popular choice
across a broad spectrum of buyers, especially families.
Drivers appreciate them for the economical delivery of quality,
longevity, excellent performance, and array of standard
and optional features.
Lining up for 2002 are three sporty yet sophisticated
models: Civic DX Sedan, Civic LX Sedan, and Civic EX Sedan.
Each contemporary model builds on the previous in terms
of features and benefits.
The Honda Civic DX Sedan starts us off with interior
standard such as an AM/FM stereo with four speakers and
clock, a handy 60/40 split folding rear seat, adjustable
steering column, front cup holder, and 12.9 cubic feet of
trunk space. Air conditioning with air filter and a driver's
armrest are both available.
Moving along to the Civic LX, the sound system is upgrade
to include a cassette player, and standard conveniences
include power windows, power door locks, driver's armrest
and illuminated switch, cruise control, map lights, front
cup holder with lid, and standard air conditioning with
The Civic EX throws it all together and adds an anti-theft
CD player, front and rear cup holders, and a manual seat
Basic fare on the DX and LX models include fourteen-inch
wheels with full wheel covers, while the upper-end EX sports
fifteen-inch wheels with full covers. LX includes dual power
outside mirrors, and the EX has color-keyed dual power outside
The Civic EX has a standard power moonroof with tilt feature.
Exterior colors offered this year include Clover Green Pearl/Beige,
and Taffeta White/Gray on all models, Radiant Ruby Pearl/Beige
on the LX and EX only, and Taffeta White/Beige exclusively
available on the EX.
The Honda Civic DX and LX sedans are each equipped
with an aluminum -alloy, SOHC, 16-valve, in-line four-cylinder
engine with sequential port fuel injection that combine
to produce 115 horsepower and 110 lb-ft of torque. The Civic
EX achieves greater performance with a VTEC engine that
increases the output to 127 horsepower and 114 lb-ft of
Each front-wheel drive vehicle is fitted with all-season
tires, and the standard transmission is five-speed manual
with optional automatic transmission offered.
Safety and Security
With a distinct focus on safety these days, the
Honda Civic has responded with world-class safety features
that include an ignition immobilizer theft deterrent system,
a driver depowered air bag, passenger depowered air bag,
three-point seatbelts in both the front and rear seating
areas, adjustable front head restraints, child safety locks,
and child seat anchors and tethers. Side impact air bags
are available as a key option.
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