Last updated Mar 5, 2008
Our vDream baby
Restyling of Honda's front-drive subcompact for 1992 brought the demise of the prior generation's station wagon. But 2-door hatchbacks and 4-door sedans returned with a standard driver-side airbag. Sedans rode a slightly longer wheelbase than hatchbacks. A 102-horsepower, 1.5-liter 4-cylinder went into DX and LX models. The top-rung EX 4-door carried a 1.6-liter four with variable valve timing, plus antilock brakes. Other models included the base CX with a 70-horsepower, 1.5-liter four, a miserly new VX that featured a 92-horsepower engine, and a sporty Si with a higher-output 1.6-liter four and standard antilock braking.
It's got a sway bar, some aftermarket wheels, and a black hood. The engine was also swapped about 40K miles ago. It's been lowered too.
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