How much HP does a 2003 Civic Si have?
Used 2003 Honda Civic Si Specs & Features
|Horsepower||160 hp @ 6500 rpm|
|Torque||132 lb-ft @ 5000 rpm|
|Turning circle||34.8 ft.|
Is there a Civic Hatchback Si?
The Si gets the front fascia from the Civic hatchback, grafted to the body of the Civic sedan. It also sports an exclusive grille and badges, gloss-black side mirrors and window trim, and a subtle rear lip spoiler. You might not want casual observers to know your Civic is something special.
What engine is in a 2003 Honda Civic Si?
2.0 L 4-cylinder
2003 Honda Civic Si/Engine
What does SI mean in a Civic?
For more than three decades, Honda models wearing little red Si badges have been among the most affordable and fun machines on American roads. Short for “sport injection” but really just a marketing term for fuel injection, the moniker first emerged in the mid-1980s when most Hondas were still carbureted.
Does the 2003 Civic have VTEC?
Civic DX and LX are powered by a 1.7-liter four-cylinder engine rated 115 horsepower. The EX engine displaces the same 1.7 liters as the DX and LX engine, but gets a boost from Honda’s excellent VTEC (Variable Valve Timing and Electronic Control) system.
Is Civic Si discontinued?
The Si will only come as a sedan since Honda discontinued the Civic Coupe following the 10th generation. As for the Type R, it will remain a hatchback-only model. We hope Honda will keep Si pricing similar to last year’s model, which started at just $25,200.
Is there a 2022 SI?
It’s not all less is more—the 2022 Civic Si is once again well equipped and now includes Type R-style red-colored front seats, the same 9.0-inch touchscreen reserved for the range-topping Civic Touring trim, a new 12-speaker Bose audio system, and a new 7.0-inch digital gauge cluster..
Why is VTEC so good?
The VTEC system uses two camshaft profiles and hydraulically selects between the two. The incredible feature of this technology is that the engine can have the low-speed and high-speed camshafts in the same engine. In fact, the main idea with Honda i-VTEC is to have the maximum engine performance at every RPM range.
Are Civic Si reliable?
We already know that the car is reliable, as the experts and consumers on Edmunds.com have even given it a 4.1 out of 5 stars, and Honda is known for building reliable cars. And we also know that the car was built for fun.