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2002 Honda Accord

Retail Price

$15,500 - $25,300MSRP / Window Sticker Price

Engine2.3L I-4
MPG25 City / 32 Hwy
Seating5 Passengers
Transmission5-spd man w/OD
Power135 @ 5400 rpm
Drivetrainfront-wheel
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Honda 2002

Charting the Changes

It's officially the 2002 model year, and things are hopping at the Honda store. Virtually every model is changed or enhanced in some way, save for the Isuzu-built Passport SUV.

The biggest news at Honda--until January--is the introduction of the new CR-V. OK, maybe this isn't a model that burns in the hearts of enthusiasts, but it's the best-selling compact SUV out there. Besides, Jackson Racing and King Motorsports (a.k.a., Mugen) both made very desirable high-performance versions of the previous CR-V that went well beyond the "Slow Ugly Vehicle" appellation many are eager to give today's tall wagons.

Closer to the hearts of enthusiasts is the new Civic Si, due to bow early in 2002. If this model doesn't get your blood pumping, you're reading the wrong magazine. Packing a 160-hp wallop from its 2.0-liter i-VTEC engine, sharp handling and a very cool, ultra-modern interior, the Si is poised to challenge contenders to the throne such as the Nissan Sentra SE-R, Ford Focus SVT and Toyota Celica GT-S.

But there's other news at the Honda store this year. The Accord is five years old and now gets some minor tweaking and a new Special Edition option package. The S2000 gets a glass rear window with a defroster and an even smoother-shifting transmission. The excellent Odyssey minivan gets a more powerful engine, leather interior as an option and a host of other refinements. Even the new-for-2001 Civic gets a host of minor refinements to reduce noise even further and sharpen steering response. Finally, if you wanted a Prelude, we hope you got it last year; for 2002, the Prelude is no more.

Sure, most of the changes just help to reinforce Honda's reputation as the builders of some of the most refined cars in the land. But for the die-hard Honda nut, this is all must-have information. For more detailed explanations of the changes, read on. n

ACCORD
This year, the Accord gets two new option packages, the Special Edition and the Value Package. Each is a tarted-up version of different Accord models, sold as an option package for a healthy discount.

The first is the Accord Special Edition, or SE. It is based on the Accord LX, with a 150-hp, four-cylinder engine and four-speed automatic transmission. Available in both sedan and coupe models, the SE comes with a host of standard equipment that is normally optional in the LX. Special features include model-specific, 15-inch alloy wheels, a moonroof, power driver's seat height adjustment, keyless entry and security system and a new stereo with AM/FM radio, cassette and CD player. Dressing up the interior is wood trim on the sedan and silver-color trim on the coupe. New colors are available, too. Sedans come in satin silver, nighthawk black and firepepper red, while coupes get nighthawk black or taffeta white. Compared with separate options on an LX, the savings come to more than $1,000--not too shabby.

The Accord Value Package (VP) is based on the DX sedan, with its 135-hp, four-cylinder and four-speed automatic tranny. It gets air conditioning standard, the same upgraded stereo found in the Special Edition, wood trim and floor mats. Outside, the door handles and moldings are body colored, exclusive covers grace the steel wheels, and colors are either satin silver or eternal blue. Altogether, the package saves about $1,000 vs. ordering the options separately.

CIVIC
The biggest news in Civic-land is the new Si hatchback. We could go into detail here, but wouldn't you rather read our first driving impression on page 78? Come back when you're finished.

All done? OK. Despite the hoopla surrounding the new Si, the standard Civic models get a few minor tweaks as well this year, primarily in the area of refinement. Chassis dynamics were revisited, with a modified steering box that provides sharper driving feel and new damper settings for reduced harshness and better handling. Additional sound deadening quiets things. The LX and EX both receive numerous interior refinements, such as upgraded trim, chrome interior door handles on the LX, EX and GX sedans and variable intermittent wipers on the EX sedan and coupe.

CR-V
The CR-V is all new this year, and improved in just about every way. The engine is more powerful (160 hp and 162 lb.-ft. of torque) and is based off the new RSX four cylinder. Using the same i-VTEC technology as the sporty coupe, it's 400cc larger for extra torque. In addition, it also meets the LEV-II emissions standards. The Real Time four-wheel-drive system is available on LX and EX models. It reacts automatically to changing conditions, requiring no intervention from the driver.

Interior room is significantly expanded, from 98.0 cu. ft to a very accommodating 106.0 cu. ft. Cargo room with the rear seats folded forward is 72 cu. ft., big enough for two fully assembled mountain bikes. The rear seats fold forward without removing the headrests. Interior design has been modernized as well, with sharper ergonomics and a clean look.

The exterior has been smoothed and shaved of much of the "surface excitement" of the previous CR-V. The big black bumpers are rugged looking, but a little too big to our eyes. Either way, we're anxious to get our hands on one, throw a couple of bikes in the back and head to the hills.

S2000
The S2000 was new just two short years ago; there are few subtle changes. Surprisingly, listed among them is a transmission designed for quieter and even smoother shifting. Smoother shifting? We didn't think that was possible.

The exterior is updated just a bit with chrome rings around the taillights. Also available is a new color, the very eye-catching suzuka blue, a light metallic hue that complements the S2000's angular lines beautifully. Unfortunately, the new exterior color comes with a new blue interior, which is less successful. There are other tweaks to the interior, though. The center console is upgraded; there are net-style pockets on the doors; and the stereo has been upgraded with 30 watts per channel and door-mounted tweeters. Additionally, there is a new aluminum-and-leather shift knob, a new aluminum accented footrest and silver trim accents.

PASSPORT
The Isuzu Rodeo-based Passport receives a couple of minor tweaks for 2002. Most significant is the addition of rear disc brakes on all four-wheel-drive models. Inside, an eight-speaker stereo system is standard, and the EX luxury model gets a four-way power driver's seat, special two-tone exterior and an in-dash six-disc CD changer.

PRELUDE
A moment of silence for the Prelude's passing. A victim of low sales, the Prelude will see its last year of production in 2001. Rumors exist of a replacement in a few years, but the word from Honda right now is that the Prelude is dead.

ODYSSEY
Minivans are not what you're looking for, we know that. But the Odyssey is the closest to "cool" that a minivan can get. This year, it boasts the same powerful V6 found in the Acura MDX sport utility, along with its quick-shifting five-speed automatic gearbox. With 240 hp (a 30-hp improvement) and the extra cog, the Odyssey might even be considered...quick? Well, for a minivan, anyway. Adding to the dynamic package are standard rear disc brakes and some minor suspension tweaking.

Inside, Honda's quest to build the ultimate soccer-van continues. A host of interior refinements, such as new cupholders, bag hooks and grab rails dot the inside. A new optional DVD entertainment system with a 7-inch LCD screen is the first factory-installed system of its kind, according to Honda. And leather is now optional on the EX package (previously it was dealer-installed only) and comes with heated front passenger seats. Safety is improved with standard side airbags. Outside, very minor styling tweaks to the nose and amber taillights in the rear round out the changes.

Insight
Introduced earlier in 2001, the Insight is now available with an automatic transmission, broadening the ultra-efficient microcar's appeal. The autobox is a continuously variable transmission, or CVT. Using two variable-diameter pulleys that offer an almost infinite range of gear ratios, the CVT is an excellent match for the Insight's revolutionary drivetrain. Boasting 57 mpg in the city and 56 mpg highway mileage, the CVT-equipped Insight is second only to the manual-transmission Insight in fuel economy.

We know fuel economy numbers normally don't raise the heart rates of drag-racing enthusiasts, but even the most ardent gas-guzzler has to admit there are some pretty clever things going on under the hood of an Insight. The gasoline/electric motor hybrid is a marvel of modern drivetrain engineering. When cruising, the efficient little three-cylinder pulls the Insight by itself. However, when extra power is needed, the electric engine adds more than 20 hp. Think of it as an electric supercharger, and you're close to the concept.

It is also the harbinger of the future. Look for a hybrid-powered Civic sedan with a similar drivetrain to bow sometime next year, and for similar applications to pop up in a variety of other vehicles, from Honda and others.

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Type: Aluminum Alloy: In-Line 4

Displacement (liters): 2.3

Horsepower @ rpm (SAE net): 135 @ 5400

Torque (lb.-ft. @ rpm): 145 @ 4700

Compression Ratio: 8.8: 1

Valve Train: SOHC: 16-Valve

Fuel System: Multi-Point Fuel Injection

Ignition System: Electronic w/Immobilizer

*148-hp @ 5700/148 lb.-ft. @ 4900 on ULEV-rated models†145-hp @5700/144 lb-ft @ 4900 on SULEV model (EX-L) available in California only.

Manual Transmission: 5-Speed

Automatic Transmission: 4-Speed (available)

Final Drive Ratio (MT/AT): 4.06/4.46

Body/Suspension/Chassis (4 Speed Automatic DX)

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Suspension: 4-Wheel Double Wishbone/Multi-Link

Stabilizer Bar (mm, front/rear): 23.0/NA

Variable-Assist Power Rack-and-Pinion Steering

Turning Diameter, Curb-to-Curb (ft.): 36.4

Front Disc/Rear Drum Brakes

Wheels: 14" withFull Covers

Tires: All-Season: 195/70 R14

Headroom (in., front/rear): 40.0/37.6

Legroom (in., front/rear): 42.1/37.9

Shoulder Room (in., front/rear): 56.9/56.1

Hiproom (in., front/rear): 54.9/54.1

Cargo Volume (cu. ft.): 14.1

Passenger Volume (cu. ft.): 101.7

Track (in., front/rear): 61.2/60.4

Curb Weight (lbs., MT/AT): 2943 / 3009

EPA Mileage Estimates** Fuel Capacity (4 Speed Automatic DX)

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5-Speed Manual (City/Highway): 25/32

4-Speed Automatic (City/Highway): 23/30

**Mileage figures shown for comparison only. Actual mileage mayvary.

Immobilizer-Theft Deterrent System

Driver's and Front Passenger's Airbags (SRS)

Dual Side Airbags: Available

Leather-Wrapped Steering Wheel: Accessory

Air Conditioning: Accessory

AM/FM Stereo Cassette: w/2 Speakers

Beverage Holders, Front and Rear: Front

Center Console Armrest w/Storage Compartments

Adjustable Steering Column

2-Speed/Variable Intermittent Windshield Wipers: Non-Variable

3-Point Seat Belts, Front and Rear

Adjustable Front Seat Belt Anchors

Fold-Down Rear Seatback w/Lock

Rear Child-Seat Tether Anchors, Center

Rear LATCH (Lower Anchors and Tethers for Children)

Remote Fuel Filler Door Release

Remote Trunk Release w/Lock

Trunk/Door-Open, Low-Fuel Indicator Lights

Rear Window Defroster w/Timer

Dual Front Vanity Mirrors

Side Door Pockets, Front and Rear

Lockable Glove Compartment w/Light

Maintenance Interval Indicator

†† HomeLink® is a registered trademark of Prince Corporation, a wholly ownedsubsidiary of Johnson Controls.™

Body-Colored Door Handles

Dual Manual Remote-Operated Mirrors

Body-Colored Side Molding

Body-Colored Impact-Absorbing Bumpers

Multi-Reflector Halogen Headlights

Integrated Rear-Window Antenna

Type: Aluminum Alloy: In-Line 4

Displacement (liters): 2.3

Horsepower @ rpm (SAE net): 135 @ 5400

Torque (lb.-ft. @ rpm): 145 @ 4700

Compression Ratio: 8.8: 1

Valve Train: SOHC: 16-Valve

Fuel System: Multi-Point Fuel Injection

Ignition System: Electronic w/Immobilizer

*148-hp @ 5700/148 lb.-ft. @ 4900 on ULEV-rated models†145-hp @5700/144 lb-ft @ 4900 on SULEV model (EX-L) available in California only.

Manual Transmission: 5-Speed

Automatic Transmission: 4-Speed (available)

Final Drive Ratio (MT/AT): 4.06/4.46

Body/Suspension/Chassis (4 Speed Automatic DX SSRS)

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Suspension: 4-Wheel Double Wishbone/Multi-Link

Stabilizer Bar (mm, front/rear): 23.0/NA

Variable-Assist Power Rack-and-Pinion Steering

Turning Diameter, Curb-to-Curb (ft.): 36.4

Front Disc/Rear Drum Brakes

Wheels: 14" withFull Covers

Tires: All-Season: 195/70 R14

Interior Dimensions (4 Speed Automatic DX SSRS)

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Headroom (in., front/rear): 40.0/37.6

Legroom (in., front/rear): 42.1/37.9

Shoulder Room (in., front/rear): 56.9/56.1

Hiproom (in., front/rear): 54.9/54.1

Cargo Volume (cu. ft.): 14.1

Passenger Volume (cu. ft.): 101.7

Exterior Dimensions (4 Speed Automatic DX SSRS)

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Track (in., front/rear): 61.2/60.4

Curb Weight (lbs., MT/AT): 2943 / 3009

EPA Mileage Estimates** Fuel Capacity (4 Speed Automatic DX SSRS)

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5-Speed Manual (City/Highway): 25/32

4-Speed Automatic (City/Highway): 23/30

**Mileage figures shown for comparison only. Actual mileage mayvary.

Interior Features (4 Speed Automatic DX SSRS)

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Immobilizer-Theft Deterrent System

Driver's and Front Passenger's Airbags (SRS)

Dual Side Airbags: Available

Leather-Wrapped Steering Wheel: Accessory

Air Conditioning: Accessory

AM/FM Stereo Cassette: w/2 Speakers

Beverage Holders, Front and Rear: Front

Center Console Armrest w/Storage Compartments

Adjustable Steering Column

2-Speed/Variable Intermittent Windshield Wipers: Non-Variable

3-Point Seat Belts, Front and Rear

Adjustable Front Seat Belt Anchors

Fold-Down Rear Seatback w/Lock

Rear Child-Seat Tether Anchors, Center

Rear LATCH (Lower Anchors and Tethers for Children)

Remote Fuel Filler Door Release

Remote Trunk Release w/Lock

Trunk/Door-Open, Low-Fuel Indicator Lights

Rear Window Defroster w/Timer

Dual Front Vanity Mirrors

Side Door Pockets, Front and Rear

Lockable Glove Compartment w/Light

Maintenance Interval Indicator

†† HomeLink® is a registered trademark of Prince Corporation, a wholly ownedsubsidiary of Johnson Controls.™

Exterior Features (4 Speed Automatic DX SSRS)

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Body-Colored Door Handles

Dual Manual Remote-Operated Mirrors

Body-Colored Side Molding

Body-Colored Impact-Absorbing Bumpers

Multi-Reflector Halogen Headlights

Integrated Rear-Window Antenna

Type: Aluminum Alloy: In-Line 4

Displacement (liters): 2.3

Horsepower @ rpm (SAE net): 150 @ 5700*†

Torque (lb.-ft. @ rpm): 152 @ 4900*†

Compression Ratio: 9.3: 1

Valve Train: SOHC: 16-ValveVTEC

Fuel System: Multi-Point Fuel Injection

Ignition System: Electronic w/Immobilizer

*148-hp @ 5700/148 lb.-ft. @ 4900 on ULEV-rated models†145-hp @5700/144 lb-ft @ 4900 on SULEV model (EX-L) available in California only.

Manual Transmission: 5-Speed

Automatic Transmission: 4-Speed (available)

Final Drive Ratio (MT/AT): 4.06/4.46

Body/Suspension/Chassis (4 Speed Automatic EX)

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Suspension: 4-Wheel Double Wishbone/Multi-Link

Stabilizer Bar (mm, front/rear): 26.5/16.0

Variable-Assist Power Rack-and-Pinion Steering

Turning Diameter, Curb-to-Curb (ft.): 36.4

Front Disc/Rear Drum Brakes: ABS Available

4-Wheel Disc Brakes with Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS)

Tires: All-Season: 195/65 R15

Headroom (in., front/rear): 38.5/36.5

Legroom (in., front/rear): 42.1/37.9

Shoulder Room (in., front/rear): 56.9/56.1

Hiproom (in., front/rear): 54.9/54.1

Cargo Volume (cu. ft.): 14.1

Passenger Volume (cu. ft.): 98.3

Track (in., front/rear): 61.2/60.4

Curb Weight (lbs., MT/AT): 3075 / 3142

EPA Mileage Estimates** Fuel Capacity (4 Speed Automatic EX)

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5-Speed Manual (City/Highway): 26/32

4-Speed Automatic (City/Highway): 23/30

**Mileage figures shown for comparison only. Actual mileage may vary.

Immobilizer-Theft Deterrent System

Driver's and Front Passenger's Airbags (SRS)

Leather-Trimmed Seats and Door Panel Inserts: Available

Leather-Wrapped Steering Wheel: (w/Leather Trim)

Driver's Seat w/8-Way Power Adjustment: (w/Leather Trim)

Driver's Seat w/Power Height Adjustment

Simulated Wood-Grain Interior Trim: (w/Leather Trim)

Power Windows w/Auto-Down Driver's Window

AM/FM Stereo Cassette: w/CD Changer &6 Speakers

Steering Wheel-Mounted Audio Controls

Beverage Holders, Front and Rear

Center Console Armrest w/Storage Compartments

Adjustable Steering Column

2-Speed/Variable Intermittent Windshield Wipers

3-Point Seat Belts, Front and Rear

Adjustable Front Seat Belt Anchors

Fold-Down Rear Seatback w/Lock

Fold-Down Rear Seat Center Armrest/Trunk Pass-Through w/Lock

Rear Child-Seat Tether Anchors, Center

Rear LATCH (Lower Anchors and Tethers for Children)

Remote Fuel Filler Door Release

Remote Trunk Release w/Lock

Electronic Remote Trunk Release

Trunk/Door-Open, Low-Fuel Indicator Lights

Rear Window Defroster w/Timer

Dual Front Vanity Mirrors: Illuminated

Side Door Pockets, Front and Rear

Lockable Glove Compartment w/Light

Maintenance Interval Indicator

†† HomeLink® is a registered trademark of Prince Corporation, a wholly ownedsubsidiary of Johnson Controls.™

Power Moonroof w/Tilt Feature

Security System w/Remote Entry

Body-Colored Door Handles

Body-Colored Dual Power Mirrors

Body-Colored Side Molding

Multi-Reflector Halogen Headlights

Body-Colored Impact-Absorbing Bumpers

Integrated Rear-Window Antenna

Type: Aluminum Alloy: In-Line 4

Displacement (liters): 2.3

Horsepower @ rpm (SAE net): 150 @ 5700*†

Torque (lb.-ft. @ rpm): 152 @ 4900*†

Compression Ratio: 9.3: 1

Valve Train: SOHC: 16-ValveVTEC

Fuel System: Multi-Point Fuel Injection

Ignition System: Electronic w/Immobilizer

*148-hp @ 5700/148 lb.-ft. @ 4900 on ULEV-rated models†145-hp @5700/144 lb-ft @ 4900 on SULEV model (EX-L) available in California only.

Manual Transmission: 5-Speed

Automatic Transmission: 4-Speed (available)

Final Drive Ratio (MT/AT): 4.06/4.46

Body/Suspension/Chassis (4 Speed Automatic EX)

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Suspension: 4-Wheel Double Wishbone/Multi-Link

Stabilizer Bar (mm, front/rear): 26.5/16.0

Variable-Assist Power Rack-and-Pinion Steering

Turning Diameter, Curb-to-Curb (ft.): 36.4

Front Disc/Rear Drum Brakes: ABS Available

4-Wheel Disc Brakes with Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS)

Tires: All-Season: 195/65 R15

Headroom (in., front/rear): 38.5/36.5

Legroom (in., front/rear): 42.1/37.9

Shoulder Room (in., front/rear): 56.9/56.1

Hiproom (in., front/rear): 54.9/54.1

Cargo Volume (cu. ft.): 14.1

Passenger Volume (cu. ft.): 98.3

Track (in., front/rear): 61.2/60.4

Curb Weight (lbs., MT/AT): 3075 / 3142

EPA Mileage Estimates** Fuel Capacity (4 Speed Automatic EX)

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5-Speed Manual (City/Highway): 26/32

4-Speed Automatic (City/Highway): 23/30

**Mileage figures shown for comparison only. Actual mileage may vary.

Immobilizer-Theft Deterrent System

Driver's and Front Passenger's Airbags (SRS)

Leather-Trimmed Seats and Door Panel Inserts: Available

Leather-Wrapped Steering Wheel: (w/Leather Trim)

Driver's Seat w/8-Way Power Adjustment: (w/Leather Trim)

Driver's Seat w/Power Height Adjustment

Simulated Wood-Grain Interior Trim: (w/Leather Trim)

Power Windows w/Auto-Down Driver's Window

AM/FM Stereo Cassette: w/CD Changer &6 Speakers

Steering Wheel-Mounted Audio Controls

Beverage Holders, Front and Rear

Center Console Armrest w/Storage Compartments

Adjustable Steering Column

2-Speed/Variable Intermittent Windshield Wipers

3-Point Seat Belts, Front and Rear

Adjustable Front Seat Belt Anchors

Fold-Down Rear Seatback w/Lock

Fold-Down Rear Seat Center Armrest/Trunk Pass-Through w/Lock

Rear Child-Seat Tether Anchors, Center

Rear LATCH (Lower Anchors and Tethers for Children)

Remote Fuel Filler Door Release

Remote Trunk Release w/Lock

Electronic Remote Trunk Release

Trunk/Door-Open, Low-Fuel Indicator Lights

Rear Window Defroster w/Timer

Dual Front Vanity Mirrors: Illuminated

Side Door Pockets, Front and Rear

Lockable Glove Compartment w/Light

Maintenance Interval Indicator

†† HomeLink® is a registered trademark of Prince Corporation, a wholly ownedsubsidiary of Johnson Controls.™

Power Moonroof w/Tilt Feature

Security System w/Remote Entry

Body-Colored Door Handles

Body-Colored Dual Power Mirrors

Body-Colored Side Molding

Multi-Reflector Halogen Headlights

Body-Colored Impact-Absorbing Bumpers

Integrated Rear-Window Antenna

Type: Aluminum Alloy: V-6

Displacement (liters): 3.0

Horsepower @ rpm (SAE net): 200 @ 5500

Torque (lb.-ft. @ rpm): 195 @ 4700

Compression Ratio: 9.4: 1

Valve Train: SOHC: 24-ValveVTEC

Fuel System: Multi-Point Fuel Injection

Ignition System: Electronic w/Immobilizer

*148-hp @ 5700/148 lb.-ft. @ 4900 on ULEV-rated models†145-hp @5700/144 lb-ft @ 4900 on SULEV model (EX-L) available in California only.

Automatic Transmission: 4-Speed (available): STD

Final Drive Ratio (MT/AT): NA/4.20

Body/Suspension/Chassis (4 Speed Automatic EX V6)

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Suspension: 4-Wheel Double Wishbone/Multi-Link

Stabilizer Bar (mm, front/rear): 27.2/16.0

Variable-Assist Power Rack-and-Pinion Steering

Turning Diameter, Curb-to-Curb (ft.): 36.4

Front Disc/Rear Drum Brakes

4-Wheel Disc Brakes with Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS)

Tires: All-Season: 205/65 R15

Interior Dimensions (4 Speed Automatic EX V6)

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Headroom (in., front/rear): 38.5/36.5

Legroom (in., front/rear): 42.1/37.9

Shoulder Room (in., front/rear): 56.9/56.1

Hiproom (in., front/rear): 54.9/54.1

Cargo Volume (cu. ft.): 14.1

Passenger Volume (cu. ft.): 98.3

Exterior Dimensions (4 Speed Automatic EX V6)

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Track (in., front/rear): TBD/TBD

Curb Weight (lbs., MT/AT): NA/3329

EPA Mileage Estimates** Fuel Capacity (4 Speed Automatic EX V6)

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5-Speed Manual (City/Highway)

4-Speed Automatic (City/Highway): 20/28

**Mileage figures shown for comparison only. Actual mileage may vary.

Exterior/Interior Colors (4 Speed Automatic EX V6)

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Dark Emerald Pearl/Lapis: Leather

Taffeta White/Ivory: Leather

Satin Silver Metallic/Quartz: Leather

Nighthawk Black Pearl/Quartz

Firepepper Red Pearl: Leather

Naples Gold Metallic/Ivory: Leather

Interior Features (4 Speed Automatic EX V6)

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Immobilizer-Theft Deterrent System

Driver's and Front Passenger's Airbags (SRS)

Leather-Trimmed Seats and Door Panel Inserts

Leather-Wrapped Steering Wheel

Driver's Seat w/8-Way Power Adjustment

Passenger's Seat with 4-Way Power Adjustment

Simulated Wood-Grain Interior Trim

Power Windows w/Auto-Down Driver's Window

Air Conditioning: Automatic

AM/FM Stereo Cassette: w/CD Changer &6 Speakers

Steering Wheel-Mounted Audio Controls

HomeLink® Remote System ††

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Honda Division 2002 Model Lineup

Cars

Trucks

Civic

CR-V Sport Utility Vehicle

DX Sedan

2WD LX

LX Sedan

4WD LX

EX Sedan

4WD EX

GX Sedan

Hybrid

Pilot Sport Utility Vehicle

LX

DX Coupe

EX

HX Coupe

LX Coupe

Element Sport Utility Vehicle

EX Coupe

2WD DX

4WD DX

Si Hatchback

2WD EX

4WD EX

Accord

DX Sedan

Odyssey Minivan

LX Sedan

LX

EX Sedan

EX

LX V6 Sedan

EX V6 Sedan

LX Coupe

EX Coupe

LX V6 Coupe

EX V6 Coupe AT

EX V6 Coupe MT

S2000 Roadster

Insight Gas/Electric Hybrid

Insight CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission)

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Honda models 2002

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Honda Civic (seventh generation)

Motor vehicle

Honda Civic
Seventh generation
(EU/ES/EP/EM)
2002 Honda Civic (MY02) GLi sedan (2015-05-29) 01.jpg
ManufacturerHonda
Also calledHonda Civic Ferio (sedan, Japan)
ProductionJune 2000–September 2005
Model years2001–2005
AssemblySwindon, United Kingdom (hatchback versions only)
Suzuka, Japan
Lahore, Pakistan
East Liberty, Ohio, United States
Alliston, Ontario, Canada
Hsinchu, Taiwan (Contract manufacturing ended 2002)
Ayutthaya, Thailand
Sumaré, Brasil
Santa Rosa City, Laguna, Philippines
Gebze, Turkey
DesignerShuji Koman (sedan: 1997, coupe: 1998)
Satoshi Kazama (Si: 1999)[1]
ClassCompact car
Body style2-door coupe (EM, North America and Europe only)
3-door hatchback (EP)
4-door sedan (ES)
5-door hatchback (EU)
LayoutFront-engine, front-wheel-drive / four-wheel-drive
RelatedHonda Integra (fourth generation)
Acura EL
Honda CR-V
Honda FR-V
Honda Stream
Engine1.4 L D14Z6I4
1.5 L D15Y3 I4
1.5 L D15Z6 I4
1.6 L D16W7 I4
1.6 L D16W9 I4
1.7 L D17A1 I4
1.7 L D17A6 I4
1.7 L D17A2 VTEC LEV I4
1.7 L CTDi turbocommon raildiesel
2.0 L K20A2 I4
2.0 L K20Z3 I4
1.5 L 4A91I4 (petrol)}
Transmission5/6-speed manual
4/5-speed automatic
Continuously variable transmission
Wheelbase103.1 in (2,619 mm) (sedan/coupe)
101.6 in (2,581 mm) (3-door hatchback)
Length174.7 in (4,437 mm) (2001-03 coupe)
174.6 in (4,435 mm) (2001-03 sedan)
168.4 in (4,277 mm) (3-door hatchback)
175.4 in (4,455 mm) (2004-05 sedan/coupe)
Width67.7 in (1,720 mm) (Int'l)
66.7 in (1,694 mm) (Japan)
Height55.1 in (coupé)
56.7 in (1,440 mm) (sedan)
58.7 in (1,491 mm) (3-door hatchback)
Curb weight2,744 lb (1,245 kg) (hatchback)
2,405 lb (1,091 kg) (coupé)
2,421 lb (1,098 kg) (sedan)
PredecessorHonda Civic (sixth generation)
SuccessorHonda Civic (eighth generation)

For a complete overview of all Honda Civic models, see Honda Civic.

The seventh generation Honda Civic is an automobile which was produced by Honda from 2000 to 2005. It was released in September 2000 as a 2001 model. Compared to its predecessor, it kept similar exterior dimensions, but increased significantly in interior space thus bumping up Civic to the compact car size segment. The rear floor was flat, giving better comfort to the rear seat passengers. This generation abandoned the front double wishbone suspension, which had been used in the fourth to sixth generations, replacing it with MacPherson strut. The seventh generation was the last to offer 4WD variants.

At its introduction in 2000, it won the Car of the Year Japan Award for a record fourth time, and it won the Japan Automotive Researchers' and Journalists' Conference Car of the Year award in 2001.

History[edit]

Sedan (pre-facelift)

3-door hatchback (pre-facelift)

5-door hatchback (pre-facelift)

2-door coupe (pre-facelift)

The Civic received a facelift (designed in 2004) with new headlights, bumper, and grille; it also received side skirts, and body colored hood and trunk trim. In September 2004, the Special Edition trim level was introduced for the 2005 model year, available as the LX or EX Special Edition.

The hybrid version arrived at North America in spring 2002 as a 2003 model being imported from Japan.[2] It used both a small 1.3 literI4 main gasoline engine and auxiliary electric motors, producing a combined 93 hp. The electric motors are powered by a battery array which is charged by regenerative braking during deceleration, thus reducing exhaust emissions and extending fuel mileage to 46 mpg city / 51 mpg highway with the manual transmission according to EPA fuel mileage estimates.[3] The Hybrid also had unique lightweight wheels, a rear spoiler, different front bumper, folding mirrors, and aerodynamic enhancements underneath.

A sporting hatchback model called the Si was unveiled in August 2005 for the European market only. This model featured from launch a 1.4 liter I-DSI and a 1.6 L VTEC rated at 83 PS (81 hp/61 kW) and 140 PS (138 hp/103 kW) respectively, with 177 and 207 km/h (110 and 129 mph) top speeds and 14.2 and 13.6 s 0–100 km/h sprint. The Sport Hatchback was also available with a 2.2 liter I-CTDI diesel engine from the Accord, Edix/FR-V and CR-V, rated at 140 PS (138 hp/103 kW) and is capable of 205 km/h (127 mph) and accelerating from 0-60 mph in 8.4 seconds.

Starting with this generation, cabin air filters (also known as pollen filters) were installed as standard equipment and are located behind the glove compartment internationally.

Trim levels[edit]

USDM (United States and Canada)[edit]

Coupe: Trim levels available in North America for the coupe body style were the VP, DX (up to 2003), EX, HX, LX (EM2), LX Special Edition or EX Special Edition, Si and RAJ. The coupe, no longer available in Japan, was still sold in Europe.

Sedan: Trim levels available in the sedan body style were the DX (ES1), VP (ES2), EX (EN2), GX, LX (ES1), LX Special Edition (ES1), EX Special Edition (ES2), and Hybrid (ES9). EX trim includes sunroof. The LX, EX & RAJ Special Edition included a six-disc changer, rear spoiler, ABS, larger 15-inch wheels and a more powerful engine (see below). There was also the EX Special Edition which added a sunroof and rear single cup holder. The Hybrid was the only trim available for the sedan style in Europe.

In Canada, until 2003, there were DX and LX trims for both sedan and coupe, with the coupe additionally having the Si trim, largely equivalent to the US market EX coupe.

In 2002, Honda Canada, in recognition of the one millionth sale of the Civic in Canada, introduced a limited edition version of the Civic called the Civic Coupe Si Veloz ('Veloz' meaning 'swift' in Spanish). The Veloz edition adds a front, rear and side skirts, rear spoiler, carbon fibre trim pieces, chrome exhaust tip, custom Veloz embroidered floor mats and Veloz badges.[4]

In 2003, a 30th Anniversary Edition was added to all models, as well as a Sport model for sedans. In 2004, the DX trim was replaced by a Special Edition (SE) model and the previous Sport model was replaced by a LX-G trim.

Si / SiR / Type R / 2.0 i-VTEC[edit]

2002-03 Honda Civic Si (US)

3-door hatchback (facelift)

Sedan (facelift)

5-door hatchback (facelift)

2-door coupe (facelift)

Civic Reverb coupe

The US (Si) was badged SiR in Canada. Unlike other generations of the Civic Si, this one was not produced in Canada or the United States, and it does not share a body style or interior with the USDM Civic (offered only in sedan and coupé forms) sold there. Instead, the 2002-05 Civic Si/SiR is manufactured in Swindon, England, and exported to Canada and the United States. The Si/SiR was the only trim available for the hatchback style in Canada and the United States.[5][6][7]

The Civic Si returned to form as a hatchback, after having been sold only as a coupé in the previous generation. The body shape of this model was based on the "New Bullet-Form" concept, which aimed to create a more dynamic look and provide greater stability while travelling on highways or winding country roads. The interior layout also distinguished itself from other Civic Si generations with a dash-mounted shifter.

Shifting away from the 1.6 liter B-series engine, the seventh generation Civic Si adopted the K-series K20A3 engine used in the Acura RSX base model rated at 160 bhp (120 kW) at 6,500 rpm and 132 lbf⋅ft (179 N⋅m) at 5,000 rpm.[8] With a redline of 6,800 rpm, the Si distanced itself from the narrow, high-rpm powerband engine of its predecessor, and as a result saw a 20 percent increase in torque. Performance was relatively underwhelming compared to the competition; the switch to MacPherson strut from double wishbone suspension resulted in less responsive handling, and a near-150 lb (68 kg) increase in weight to 2,744 lb (1,245 kg) contributed to slower acceleration than the lighter '99-'00 Si.[9] The new front suspension did allow for a tighter turning radius than the better handling wishbone setup used earlier. Much of the weight gain is attributed to the chassis' stouter structure when compared to the previous generation hatchback, with the '02 Si boasting an increase in torsional rigidity by 95 percent and a bending rigidity increase of 22 percent.[10]

The fifth-generation Civic Si saw roughly the same performance numbers as the previous generation Si, with 7.6 seconds to 60 mph and 15.9 seconds at the quarter mile, which were comparable to that of Ford SVT Focus and Hyundai Tiburon GT V6.[11] Other factors adversely impacting performance included the lack of a limited slip differential, having to shift into third gear to get from zero to 60, and increased curb weight due to a stiffer chassis. Other changes include a switch to electric power steering over hydraulic and coil on plug ignition.

Features of this generation Si include: Dash mounted shifter, 15-inch (2001–03) or 16-inch wheels (2004–05), air conditioning, electronic power steering, power windows, power locks, remote keyless entry, AM/FM radio, CD player, clock, cruise control, cloth bucket seats, 4 interior cup holders, center console and folding rear seats.[12]

The EP3's uniquely rare body style in the U.S., having been designed for the Japanese and European markets, has significantly more distinct lighting than most North American designs. While the 2001–03 models have red rear turn signals and combined high/low beam headlights, the 2004 and 2005 models have dual separate high and low beam headlights, individual parking lights in the headlight housings, amber turn signals, amber side fender turn signals, four individual side markers at all corners, and the ability to shut off all lights while driving.

The 2004–05 models received minor revisions.[13] Cosmetic changes included revised headlight (dual bulb setup) and taillight designs, standard side skirts, and an option for a HFP (Honda Factory Performance) upgrade. The suspension was updated with a change from 4 lug to 5 lug bolt pattern, a larger rear sway bar, and a change from 15-inch wheels (195/60-15) to 16-inch wheels (205/55-16). The interior received more silver accents in place of the chrome ones (the lock switch).[14]

Civic i-VTEC / Sport[edit]

Using the same K20A engine block as the US Civic Si, it was sold in sedan body shell only to inside Asia and manufactured by Honda Automobile Thailand in Ayutthaya, Thailand. These Civics were named 2.0 i-VTEC and exported to ASEAN Countries.[15]

5-door K20A Civic hatchbacks were sold in some parts of Europe. For example, under the "Type-S" name in UK (Not to be confused with the eighth generation EU Type-S) with a 2.0 badge in the front grill and Sport in Germany (model code EV1).[16]

Civic Type R[edit]

The EP3 Civic Si hatchback body shell is also used for the second generation Civic Type R which was sold only in Europe and Japan.

Honda of Europe designed the EP3 Civic Type R hatchback to be marketed in Europe. Then Honda of Japan marketed the EP3 Civic Type R using the more powerful DC5 Integra Japanese-spec K20A powertrain using electric steering rack.

2003 Honda Civic Si Concept (2002)[edit]

For the 2002 SEMA show, Honda unveiled the 2003 Civic Si Concept, which showcased the aftermarket versatility of the Si.

Powertrain/chassis modifications included a GReddy T518Z turbocharger with an integral wastegate, a prototype GReddy front-mounted intercooler kit with aluminum piping, a GReddy Airinx high-flow intake system, a GReddy e-manage engine control manager, a GReddy Profec E-01 electronic boost controller (with e-manage programmer), widened track, Factory Performance sport suspension, a center mounted high-flow exhaust system and a four-piston Brembo brake system.

The exterior saw changes including a Rally-inspired body kit, a carbon fiber grill, front intake and rear bumper diffuser, a black chrome-finish headlights and smoked taillights, high-mounted two-stage rear wing. For the interior, Honda included Mugen carbon fiber and Kevlar race seats covered in red Alcantara suede with 6-point racing harness, a sport 3-spoke steering wheel, aluminum pedals and shift knob, Mugen high performance LCD screen gauge package and center mounted information display.[17]

Regions[edit]

Malaysia[edit]

The seventh generation Honda Civic was introduced in Malaysia in February 2001 where it was only available with the sedan bodystyle powered by a 1.7-litre engine with two variants:[18] EX-i and VTi. In November 2001, a third variant known as VTi (SRS) was introduced. This variant came with dual front airbags,[19] unavailable in the EX-i and VTi variants.[citation needed] In August 2003, the Civic was updated in Malaysia. The Civic was now only available with a sole 1.7-liter VTi-S variant.[20] In May 2004, alongside the introduction of a 2.0L i-VTEC variant, a 1.7-liter VTEC variant unofficially replaced the 1.7-liter VTi-S variant.[21] A couple of limited edition seventh generation Honda Civic was available once in April 2003 with 60 units known as the Civic RX[22] and in January 2005 with 150 units known as the Civic RX2.[23]

Philippines[edit]

The seventh generation Civic was introduced in the Philippines in 2001 where it is only available in sedan bodystyle. Trim includes; LXi with 1.4-liter D14Z6 l4 engine, and VTi with 1.6-liter D16W7/9 l4 engine. Both came with regular front disk brakes and rear drum brakes. Transmission choice were a 5-speed manual or 4-speed automatic, available in both trims. During 2003 facelift, the VTi-S was released, with 1.7-liter engine, featuring fabric seats, 4-spoke steering wheel with chrome Honda logo on the center, chrome accents in interior and now with front fog lights. And in 2004, the 2.0 i-VTEC of the Civic was released, with 2.0-liter DOHC 16-Valve Inline-4 i-VTEC engine, which is the top-of-the-line variant, including leather seats, unique style alloy wheels, and also available in 5-speed automatic transmission.

Engines[edit]

Most DX and LX models were built with the D17A1, the HX had the D17A6 and the EX was powered by the D17A2. The Si/SiR (EP3) had the K20A3. The JDM 5-door hatchback (EU) had the D15B. The GX runs on CNG.

The Philippine and Middle East version of the seventh generation Honda Civic used the 3-stage VTEC mechanism for their VTi/VTi-S/RS and the Pakistan version VTi Civic, equipped with a D16W9 rated at 130 hp (97 kW). There was another seventh generation Civic in Pakistan, which is known as EXi, the non-VTEC variant equipped with a D15Y3 capable of producing 120 HP at 6200 RPM. The Japan RS model was equipped with the D17A. Factbook. Thai models received the 1.7-liter stroked engine in regular models, with the 2.0 i-VTEC available as the top model.

In Europe the Civic was sold with a D16V1 rated at 110 hp and a D14Z6 rated at 88 hp, also a common-rail diesel engine produced by Isuzu Motors Polska. This engine is a 1.7L 4EE2 Circle L engine with 100 hp (75 kW) the European Type R Civic was equipped with a K20A2

In the United States and Canada, a 115 hp (86 kW) engine powered all Civics except the Hybrid, EX, and Si models, up 9 hp (7 kW) from the previous model. Power in the EX remained at 127 hp (95 kW), and all engines except for the Si were stroked to 1.7 liters. The seventh generation North American Civic DX/LX/Value Package (VP) engines were the last Hondas not to use the company's variable valve time system (VTEC); the second to last was the 1996-2004 Acura 3.5RL.

U.S. sales[edit]

In 2004, Honda Civic was the seventh best selling vehicle overall and third best selling passenger car in the U.S.[24]

Awards and recognitions[edit]

  • 2001 – recognized by the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy: the natural gas powered Civic GX tied for the top spot with Honda's hybrid vehicle Insight; the Civic HX took the best vehicle in class award[25]
  • 2002 – recognized by the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy amongst the top ten Greenest Vehicles: the natural gas powered Civic GX tied for the second best score with an electric vehicle; the Civic HX coupe took the fourth place and the rest Civic models took the seventh place[26]
  • 2003 – Consumer Reports gave the Civic EX sedan a Recommended and the Civic top the charts it was Number #1

References[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Honda_Civic_(seventh_generation)

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