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The Honda CR-X . originally as the Honda Ballade Sports in Japan . was a front-wheel-drive sports car manufactured by Honda. The first CR-X was sold in some outside Japan as the Honda CR-X . The name CR-X and its acronym stands for is widely the most popular being Renaissance model X.

In the American the CR-X was marketed as an economy Hatchback . having room for two passengers. European markets, received a more powerful ZC engine and 2+2 seats. Redesigned in and produced to 1991, the CR-X was for its performance, nimble handling, and fuel economy. In the US its performance the Si ( note: 1590 cc SOHC engined, unlike the JDM Si 1590cc DOHC ), was a favorite.

Honda’s 1992 Honda del sol was as a CR-X in some markets.

The 1.33 liter car and the later CR-X HF (High Fuel model could reliably very good gas mileage, than a decade before Hybrid car appeared on the market, and at no premium over the base the 1.3 liter was rated (at current at 41 mpg city and 50 mpg highway. [1] The Japanese Si and 1.6i-16 models came a 1590 cc DOHC Internal engine putting out Convert/bhp . similar versions of the same the Japanese Si engine was stamped ZC, the European engine was stamped

The R. Straman Company of Costa CA converted 310 Honda CR-X’s convertibles from 1984 to The Straman-built CR-X Spyder was the car on July, 1984 issue of Track Magazine. These are known as a Coach convertible .

The chassis was significantly changed in from its original torsion bar and semi-independent rear, to fully wishbones all around in line its sister Civic/Ballade models. of North America, this 2 CR-X was available with a cc sohc or an updated version of the cc DOHC ZC engine. Many of were fitted with injection as standard.

In September Honda also added the cc B16A VTEC engine to the outside of America. The VTEC used Variable Valve and Lift to provide increased in the high rev range, while allowing low fuel consumption and idling at low RPMs. The B16A Convert/bhp in the European 1.6i-VT (where the engine bore the B16A1) and Convert/bhp in the JDM SiR model.

The CR-X was the second car to receive a engine, shortly after the although the CR-X was more and common.

The VTEC-equipped models received a makeover, with bumpers, lights, bonnet/hood, suspension and dashboard design other things. Additionally, of these design changes added to the concurrent non-VTEC

One of the options for the Japan-market CR-X was a roof, a fixed glass which stretched from the top of the to the top of the hatch opening. Relatively in Japan, these are sought-after in other markets.

Honda CR 85 R
Honda CR 85 R

Second-generation in the US could choose between different trim levels: The (unlabeled, sometimes called the DX) the 16-valve 1495 cc D15B2 and Dual-Point Fuel Injection the HF (High Fuel efficiency) with the 8-valve 1495 cc engine and Multi-Point Fuel (MPFI), or the Si (Sports injected) with the 16-valve 1590 cc engine and MPFI. DX models available with an automatic all others had five-speed manuals. The Si all came with a power moonroof.

In 1992, Honda replaced the with a new, Targa top . model called the Honda delSol, otherwise known as the Honda delSol . The delSol was badged as the CR-X delSol in markets, and known as simply the in others. It is because of this the delSol is generally considered the 3rd CR-X among enthusiasts, it was arguably a very different car and had seemingly quite different goals when they it((fact)).

In the United States, the came in three trim S, Si, and VTEC; the 1994-1997 models a Convert/hp DOHC VTEC-engine. of the delSol ended in 1997, and the CR-X line was retired.

There have been rumours of a CR-X comeback, of which have come to The newest rumour involves the REMIX concept which was at a recent Los Angeles International Show . Designer Ben Davidson that any design elements taken from the CR-X and also claims there are no plans for the REMIX; it was simply a exercise.

The latest rumor as of 2007, was that the CR-X return in 2011 as a hybrid.[1] [2]

has debuted a new sporty compact hatchback, dubbed the CR-Z. at the Tokyo Motor Show. Honda has repeatedly stated the name CR-Z stands for Renaissance Zero, many that this is the latest of the CR-X, given its exterior as well as its function as a compact car. Honda has confirmed the CR-Z will go into along with the FCX concept, in

Articles on the CR-X have its appearance to that of the Honda [2] [3] .

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