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Honda Civic Diesel
The Honda Civic started the small fuel-efficient automobile revolution, decades back. Over the years, the Civic has grown in both size and stature. The evolution of the model was bound to include a fuel efficient diesel engine. That time has come ...
With the 2.2 liter i-CTDi diesel engine, the
three-door Civic Type S yields
The Civic can be equipped with Honda's i-SHIFT automated manual transmission, which can be driven as a conventional automatic or as a clutchless manual. Gear changes are implemented with the gearstick or race car-style paddles on the steering wheel. The i-SHIFT was designed to provide rapid up- and down-shifting than a conventional manual transmission and better fuel economy than a conventional automatic.
Now there's an interior that screams boy racer ... grrrrlll racer, too.
If five doors suit you better than three, Honda has you covered. The Civic five-door, equipped with the 2.2 liter i-CTDi delivers 55.4 MPG combined (approximately 46.1 US MPG) and a 0-62 MPH time of 8.4 seconds. The turbo-diesel produces 138 horsepower at 4000 RPM. The Civic five-door is also available with a 1.8 liter i-VTEC engine that runs on gasoline. The 1.8 i-VTEC propels the Civic five-door to 62 MPH in 8.6 seconds and delivers 44.1 MPG combined (roughly 36.6 US MPG).