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A Look Back at the Honda N600: the Civic's Grand-Daddy

Back in the 1960s, Japanese automaker Honda began eyeing the U.S. market as their next export market. Taking into account the faster driving speeds on American interstates, however, they needed a car more powerful than their N360 in order to get a foothold. This was how the N600 was born, America's first Honda model.

Like the N360, the N600's name was based off of its engine displacement. Unlike modern cars, it used a 600cc two-cylinder engine--the sort found in motorcycles--to power its lightweight frame to up to 77 miles per hour. On the market for four years…

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2015 Honda Civic to Make the World Just a Little Bit Better

While it is Monday, today is still pretty great -- and we think that probably has something to do with all the Honda Civic compact cars in the world.


While the nameplate has been on the market for over 40 years, both the sedan and coupe versions are getting better and better. The 2013 thorough redesign brought about some extensive changes to America's sedan sweetheart, and the 2015 model season brings about some tweaks and refinements that keep the Civic on the cutting edge -- like a refreshed front grille, finishing bars and a distinctive fa├žade "smile."


So cheer up…

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