1995 Honda Civic DX 1.5L 16v from North America
A true import tuner-head's toy
I honestly can't say that I've had any trouble from this car. The only complaint I had was that the 13 inch factory tires are not suitable for the car. But replacing them with some 17 inch Enkei's definitely did the trick.
I got this care from it's first owner who is a military mechanic. This means that he had a whole lot of time on his hands to make sure this car was kept up and kept up good. I added an AEM Fuel regulator and bar, 4-2-1 headers and a cold air intake that have jumped the horsepower up to make this little pony a serious competitor. I've recently added a few more tricks under the hood that are my little secret. Honda provided a good base and a few dollars here and there combined with a little elbow grease make this a ride that turns heads. I didn't set out to buy an import sedan, but I'm sure glad I did.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 26th October, 2004
My 1995 Honda Civic Dx is a serious machine its all stock and I wanna know everything I can know about it, but there is no info anywhere, but dude it sounds like you have a serious honda so go hit up the streets and hondas rule!
Very good review that you have couldn't have done it better.
Why would you hop up a Honda? When I saw this review I was amazed at all the junk this goon put on his tinker toy. Whats the point? Honda's are not built for speed, they are built for economy, even the ugly 2 door. If you want to get some serious power buy something with a V8, because there is no point in trying to get horsepower from someplace where there was none to begin with.
Forget a V8. I say if you want good performance at a good price the impreza STi, TT Supra or EVO VIII would be the thing to get. I have an STi and I can destroy Mustang GTs.
A V8 is a piece of you know what... Honda's are the best... I wanna do some work to mine and get it to run a low 13 and pointers guys.. It's a 95 ex coupe...