The Honda Civic Sport-Coupe has a reputation for being a good looking sports car.
Its name is based on the car’s styling.
It was developed by Honda and the Civic Sport coupe was designed to be a light-weight sports car with a low weight, which is why it is often referred to as a sport coupe.
The car also has an aluminum chassis, but it’s more lightweight and aerodynamic.
When you look at the Civic Coupe and other light-bodied sports cars, it’s easy to see why its popularity has soared in recent years.
The Civic Sport Coupe was introduced in 2008.
Honda began selling it in 2010.
Honda says the Civic is one of its most popular cars.
In 2016, Honda sold 745,000 Civic vehicles.
And in 2017, the Civic became the most popular model on the automaker’s lineup, with sales up 40 percent from the year before.
A new Civic Coupier was introduced earlier this year, bringing the car to 4.2 million sales.
The new Civic Sport is lighter than the older Civic and is designed to offer sporty styling while offering better fuel economy.
The sporty Civic Sport uses the same styling as the Civic coupe, but the car features a lighter chassis and is now offered with a standard three-cylinder engine.
The two-door Civic Sport comes with a five-speed manual transmission and is powered by a 2.0-liter turbocharged, four-cyl.
It produces 315 horsepower and 335 pound-feet of torque, according to Honda.
The standard Civic coupler, the Sport Coupper, is a four-door sedan with a two-seater configuration.
Both cars come with a six-speed automatic transmission and are powered by 1.5-liter turbodiesel engines.
The Sport Couppers offer more power than the couplers, and they are more fuel efficient.
The Coupe also comes with more space and cargo space than the Sport couplings.
And both cars are available in both sport and standard trim levels.
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