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1995 Honda Civic CoupeReview
Raymond writes:
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Fun To Drive — fun to drive kinda fast really sporty easy to work with and to modify the performance is is good handling is grate it looks like a fast car the interior is small and sporty to a grate car to mod....

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: nice car

Cons: no resin

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1995 Honda Civic CoupeReview
Krum writes:
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My Car!!!! — I like it's handling abilities KW suspension helps), quick throttle response (light intake and exhaust modifications), appearance (aggressiveappearance). There are many upgrade parts, that are not that expensive, fuel consumption is good, enough space inside for four persons and big enough trunk for some luggage.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Easy to handle.

Cons: Engine swap is costy

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1995 Honda Civic CoupeReview
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Great Vehicle To Take You To Places. — I have a 1995 EX coupe. Serve me well. All the hoses broke around 160,000 miles. So replace all 150,000 will save you from tow truck. The only complain I have is the air conditioning. It doesn't work well if outside temperature is over 100 F. Other than that, I am very happy with it. I am currently getting 36.9 MPG with dura lube. Not sure if I am doing the calculation right. 274 Miles and I pump 7.423 Gallon to fill it up. 9/03/2009

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Good design, good engine, transmission ....

Cons: almost everything else outside the hood.

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1995 Honda Civic CoupeReview
Carrim writes:
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Starter — The Civic, as with all Honda's is renowned for it's reliability. Combine this with the (fairly) cheap cost of parts, cheap insurance and the large availability of aftermarket modifications, and what you have here is a great car for those starting to drive, learn about or modify cars.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Simple

Cons: FWD

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1995 Honda Civic Coupe EXReview
Sor writes:
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Nice — It can be nice if you work on it. It gets good gas mileage. Plenty of aftermarket support. Cheap to buy, cheap to own. Insurance is cheap. Target of thieves and can be easily stolen though. Over all great car though

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Nice

Cons: It's never finished

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1995 Honda Civic CoupeReview
Dylan writes:
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1995 Honda Civic Type S Custom — Love the car sleek fast and fun. hard to work on made for little chinese hands lol The acceleration is good nice and quick but too slow off the line needs more torque. the braking is nice i have the car lowered with control bars so nice turning. the rear fenders always rust first on hondas they need to work on that. interior i customized with new flooring,seatd, guages etc. gas milae is very good on them good for stundents. And i have a blast driving it.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: body kits

Cons: needs more HPR

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1995 Honda Civic Coupe DXReview
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Would Build Another One If I Had The Time And Money. — I built this car with a 1.8l Acura GSR engine and transmission, coilovers, wheels, brakes, etc. It was a DX trim level coupe that I added power door locks and upgraded seats to. It was fun to work on and fun to drive.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Fun to work on.

Cons: Needed some major work about once a year.

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1995 Honda Civic Coupe DXReview
Rehan writes:
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Avoid It If You Can ... If You Can't Get It Rust Proofed — Performance - depends on the engine you get but can be tuned easily Build Quality - BAD rust spreads like stink Appearance - considering when it was made it looks decent Cost of Ownership - cheap Fun Factor - good handling ... make sure you have a stick shift and then its fun

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Fuel Economy

Cons: Rusts inside out

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1995 Honda Civic Coupe DXReview
Andres writes:
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1995 Honda Civic — Sure it's 107 horsepower but any car that gets up and goes and saves you money at the pump is a great car in my mind. I love cruising around in it. It's a sound machine now not a grocery getter. It says Honda of Canada on it so you can't complain.

Pros: Everything. They are so easy to work on.

Cons: Nothing. They are known for burning oil and I witnessed that first hand with this one.

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1995 Honda Civic Coupe EXReview
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A Little Ninja Soldier :) —

a little ninja soldier :) a little ninja soldier :) PERFORMANCE: The 1.6L D16 4-cylinder V-Tec engine producing 125hp and 106 ft-lb smoothly propels the 2200lb car adequately at lower rpm. At higher rpm the V-Tec engages a sportier intake cam profile, and the acceleration becomes lively –the engine spins very well right up to redline. Throttle response is a tiny bit slow. Demanding traffic conditions will necessitate frequent downshifting, but that is a welcome task with the pleasant manual transmission, although the clutch travel feels a little long. Braking is secure and weighted well, though attention needs to be paid to overheat because the discs are only in the front (drums in the rear). The car handles very well and is fun to drive. With a taut suspension setting, body lean is relatively contained through corners with good grip and the ride is moderate, though road imperfections feel harsher as the car ages. Steering is weighted well, with decent feedback. Emergency handling can be a bit tricky at limits or in slippery conditions because it’s a nose-heavy front-wheel-drive car, but is predictable enough to be controlled. Body rigidity could be better. There is abundant aftermarket support for this car. It sits right on the line between the compact economy and sporty segments, but will not to be mistaken for a performance car unless a few key items are modified: the engine (a B-series swap is popular), body rigidity, and transmission are highest priorities. COST/SAFETY /AESTHETICS/UTILITY: Overall the car is very reliable, but excessive aggressive driving will demand a price. At 196,000 miles major repairs were: timing belt, alternator, water pump, radiator, and a suspension arm boot. There was a small unidentified oil leak onto the center exhaust pipe at the time I lost this car. Routine oil changes and occasional tune-ups were also performed. Maintenance costs should be relatively low due to an abundance of parts for these cars. Body integrity is very good. The body panels and chassis soaked up very well all the dings and hits from learning to drive :]. Fuel economy ranged between 31 and 44 mpg, depending on how it was driven. Normal driving in a rural area returned a very good 36 mpg consistently. Maneuverability is excellent, with a very tight turning radius. I lost this car to a lady who rear-ended me in a SUV at a highway entry ramp. My car was knocked quite a distance, but rear-seat occupants would have been fine (maybe some whiplash) from this 4000lb impact to the rear at about 40mph. Only front and passenger airbags are available as far as I know. Because of this and the relatively low and narrow profile of the car, crash safety ratings are fair/average. Many people like the simple look of the car, and I think both the interior and exterior designs were ahead of other vehicles of its time. The window waistline could be a bit higher by today’s design trends. The instruments and controls are laid out thoughtfully. The coupe has less versatility than the sedan, but more than the hatchback. The compact and narrow dimensions of the coupe result in limited interior room and a rather cozy ride with your occupants. Taller (> ~5’7”) or heftier (>~170lb) people will only fit in the front seats while compromising rear seat room. Front seats are shaped rather uncomfortably, with the upper back contoured back too much. the cabin is a bit noisy, with pronounced wind and tire noise. Overall this is a pleasant car that is fun to drive, with very good gas mileage with looks about as much as it performs (both moderate). If you’re a medium to smaller person who wants a reliable fun, economical everyday car on a budget and don’t mind limited utility, this car is right for you.

Pros: Fun to drive, handling, fuel economy, reliability

Cons: Interior room, front seats, road noise, age

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Loved this car and all of the features it had. Nice for a college student or a couple without children. Read More

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