Honda CRX

The Honda CRX, a two-seat coupe from the Japanese automaker Honda, was built from 1983 to 1998 and had at this time - mainly thanks to the efforts of many Honda CRX Tuning friends - the most popular competitors, the VW Golf GTI. Developed on the platform of the Honda Civic, already possessed of the first Honda CRX 1.5 with a torquey four-cylinder engine with direct fuel injection, which allowed a 100 hp Acceleration from 0-100 km / h in 8.7 seconds. Beginning of the 90s was the Honda CRX 1.6 VTi with his radically ary 136-horsepower engine on the market, its top speed of over 220 km / h, a particularly sporty performance offered. With the presentation of the convertible market like Honda CRX del Sol CRX of the era came to an end. This technique, known for its removable aluminum roof as Honda Honda CRX Targa Coupe impressed his followers with a derived from racing DOHC (double overhead camshaft) engine with double camshaft. A slightly cheaper version was the Honda CRX ESi, the 1.6-liter SOHC (single overhead camshaft) engine with an overhead camshaft only made ​​125 hp. Both units had developed by Honda VTEC valve control. In 1998, production of the Honda CRX has been set.