2002 Honda Civic Hatchback

All 2002 Honda Civic sedans and coupes feature a revised steering box for improved driving feel, added sound insulation and slightly tweaked suspension tuning. For 2002, there are three main trim levels: DX, LX and EX. Mid-level LX comes with air conditioning (includes a micron air filter), power windows and locks, cruise control and a cassette deck. There's also the natural gas-powered GX sedan, the high fuel-mileage HX coupe and the new Civic Si hatchback.

DX and LX are powered by a 115-horsepower 1.7-liter four-cylinder engine and are mated to a five-speed manual or four-speed automatic transmission. The engines in the GX, HX and EX are equipped with Honda's VTEC variable valve-timing system. VTEC allows the EX to make 127 horsepower. Later in 2002, Honda is set to offer a gasoline/electric hybrid Civic showcasing technology developed for the Honda Insight.

If it's power you are looking for, the
2002 Honda Civic Hatchback should suit you. Other features include standard rear disc brakes, a sport-tuned suspension, sport seats and special gauges.
Regardless of the body style, the Civic earns excellent scores in government crash tests. ABS is offered, but only on EX, GX and Si trim.

There's also the natural gas-powered GX sedan, the high fuel-mileage HX coupe and the new Civic Si hatchback.

The engines in the GX, HX and EX are equipped with Honda's VTEC variable valve-timing system. Regardless of the body style, the
2002 Honda Civic Hatchback earns excellent scores in government crash tests. ABS is offered, but only on EX, GX and Si trim.

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