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If you have a 2011 Honda Civic, it is a good idea to consider getting an Automatic Transmission for it. These transmissions are easy to install, and will keep your vehicle in top shape for years to come. You can easily order the Automatic Transmission online and have it shipped right to your doorstep. You can also check your local car dealership for a used transmission to get a second opinion. But if you're unsure whether you need an Automatic Transmission for your car, here are some warning signs to look for.
The Honda Civic comes standard with a 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine and a five-speed manual or automatic transmission. The standard Civic is a bit slow when it comes to acceleration, but it does have a smooth ride and a well-mannered five-speed auto transmission. This unit upshifts smoothly and does not hesitate when in the passing lane. The five-speed automatic in the Mazda3 behaves similarly, but is a lot cheaper and doesn't come with all the bells and whistles you'll need to make it a real contender.
When it comes to performance, the 2011 Honda Civic comes with a 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine rated at 140 horsepower and a five-speed manual transmission. While the acceleration may not be the fastest in the world, it's still quite capable for a small car. The more expensive and sportier Civic Si model has a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine and a six-speed manual transmission.
In 2011, the automatic transmission in the Honda Civic EX is filled with full synthetic Honda ATF DW-1. You should not use Honda ATF Z-1 to fill your Civic EX with old transmission fluid. You should also check with your mechanic to see if he or she can perform the transmission fluid change on your vehicle. You can also try changing the automatic transmission yourself. The process will take about an hour and will cost around $100.
The standard four-cylinder engine in the 2011 Honda Civic has unremarkable specs. However, the standard four-cylinder engine feels peppy, with a responsive accelerator. The five-speed automatic transmission in the Civic is similarly well behaved. It upshifts smoothly and doesn't hesitate to shift in the passing lane. The 1.8-liter automatic transmission in the Civic doesn't match the performance of the automatic in the Si.
The automatic transmission in a 2011 Honda Civic EX uses full synthetic Honda ATF DW-1. The old Honda ATF Z-1 is only for 2010 year Civics. The newer models of the Honda Civic include the sportier Civic Si with a 197 horsepower 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine, which is equipped with a six-speed manual transmission. If you're in the market for a new car, a five-speed automatic is an excellent option.