Honda Civic Accessories & Parts

About Honda Civic

Although being compact, the Honda Civic is a heavyweight. The Civic debuted stateside in 1973, giving the American drivers a taste for the fuel-economy during a period when they needed it most. The first generation Honda Civic was offered in a coupe, three or five door hatchback, and five door station wagon. It operated on a 4-cylinder engine and also featured such Honda parts as power disc brakes, bucket seats, and an AM radio. The first generation Civic lasted until 1980, as Honda updated the car with the slightly larger body parts, a more powerful engine, and a 3-speed automatic transmission. The exterior accessories of the Honda Civic were also restyled for a more angled shape. In 1983, Honda released the Civic "t", a sportier version of the model with a firmer suspension, sport tires, and a 5-speed manual transmission.

In 1984, the Honda Civic was firmly entrenched within the global automotive industry. A four-door wagon was introduced as a variant along with an additional coupe dubbed the CRX. The CRX was available in America as a three-door backed by a fuel-injected 12 valve engine. By the end of the 1980's, the Honda Civic parts would once again be updated, this time with a sleeker exterior shape, independent rear suspension, and every Civic model for sale in the US was equipped with fuel injection. The nineties are when the Civic began to take on a whole new persona. No longer seen as just a fuel-friendly compact sedan, the Honda Civic began to take on a reputation as a "tuner" vehicle for a younger demographic. Both its low slung body and peppy performance were seen as popular attributes, giving Honda a whole new market to explore.

The Honda Civic is still going strong. In fact, it may be stronger than ever. Now in its 36th year, the model is currently available in five different trim levels with a host of optional Honda parts and accessories for drivers to choose from. But it's the efficient way it is packaged why it continues to play such a role. The interior has been redesigned with a two-tier dash and digital display. The Civic is also backed by a 1.8L 4-cylinder engine good for 140 horsepower (except the Si, which houses a 2.0L engine that dishes out 197 horsepower and comes with a six-speed manual transmission). The Honda Civic Hybrid uses a 1.3L 4-cylinder gas engine along with a 20 horsepower electric motor that demonstrates 45 miles per gallon on the highway.

There are some cars that were designed to be efficient. And of course, there are others that are built strictly for performance. With the Honda Civic, drivers get the best of both worlds. While this vehicle has always remained towards the front of the pack, it is no small feat that its popularity steadily climbs from generation to generation. From the intuitive handling to the sleek style and back to the extra "pop" you get on the blacktop, it's easy to see why the Honda Civic still occupies center-stage.

CARiD.com welcomes you into a complete selection of Honda Civic Accessories and Parts. Anything you need to inject style, comfort, or added protection is right here and in the highest quality imaginable. Our entire lineup of Honda Civic accessories and parts comes straight to you courtesy of every major manufacturer, guaranteeing you a precise OEM fit as well as limitless durability. We take Honda Civic accessories extremely seriously. Shouldn't you?

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1996 Honda Civic | Posted by David | (Greenwood, IN)

My Honda Civic Sedan looks amazing with this kit and my friends like it also.

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