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2000 Honda Civic Ex Coupe Automatic Transmission

2000 Honda Civic Ex Coupe Automatic Transmission

The 2000 Honda Civic Ex coupe with automatic transmission has a smooth ride and excellent handling, and is among the most affordable used cars in its class. The Civic gets good gas mileage, averaging 36 mpg on the highway, and it's a quiet car on the highway. The manual transmission is also an option, but it's not as comfortable as the automatic version. It has an annoying noise that comes from the engine and the road, but it's not noticeable until you drive hard.

The first generation Civic was introduced in 1996 and came with two different engine options: a non-VTEC 1.5L SOHC D15Z4 engine and a 1.6L SOHC D16Y5 VTEC-E engine. Both the D16Y4 and B16A2 motors were standard across the Civic range. The VTi and Exi trims also came with a 1.8L DOHC engine. The SiR version of the Civic had a 105 hp VTi (B16A2), and was sold as a coupe with an optional front chin spoiler.

The new Civic was launched in 1997. The base model had two 1.6-litre engines. The D16Y8 (95kw) was the standard engine for the basic Civic and mid-range LX models. The VTEC-E was an improved version of the non-VTEC 1.5L engine. The GLi and CXi also came with a 4-speed automatic transmission. The facelift of 1999 brought a sporty SiR version with a 1.6L DOHC VTEC motor. This car was sold in Nighthawk black and Passion orange colors.

The sixth generation Civic was introduced in 1998, with the D16Y8 (95kw) VTEC engine and the D16Y5 (88kw) VTEC-E engine. The Civic came standard with a five-speed manual transmission or an automatic transmission. In 1999, the Civic received a facelift with a VTi-R body and the D16Y4 (88kw) engine.

The Civic was first introduced in 1996 and offered two 1.6-litre engines. The D16Y8 engine had 95kw and a VTi-R was available. The LXi coupe came with a 6-speed automatic transmission. It weighed 51 pounds more than the previous model, and the LXi had a standard five-speed manual transmission. The VTi-R had a front stabilizer bar.

The sixth-generation Civic was introduced in 1996. It had two trim levels: basic DX and midrange LX. The LXi had a 115-horsepower lean-burn engine. The HX coupe had a 117-horsepower VTEC engine. The car was available with manual and automatic transmissions. The six-generation Civic has been available since 1995. It was sold in the year 1996. The VTi was marketed as the EM1 model.

The Civic is available with a manual or automatic transmission. Its automatic transmission is only available on the EX and the RTi. The latter has a 4.4-liter final drive. Its 107-horsepower sedan is more powerful than the previous model. The car can be driven in all four directions, and the four-cylinder engine has a low-resistance torque.

2000 Honda Civic Ex Coupe Automatic Transmission