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Acura CSX

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2007 Acura CSX

The Acura CSX is an Acura badged version of the Japanese 2006 Honda Civic that replaces the Acura EL. It is only available in Canada. Like the EL, it is built in Alliston, Ontario, Canada. It is designed in Canada and Honda decided to adopt this body style for the Civic that is sold outside of North America.

Notable feature improvements over the Civic EX include a standard 2.0 L DOHC i-VTEC engine rated at 155 hp @ 6000 rpm and 139 ft·lbf @ 4500 rpm, paddle shifters option for automatic transmission models, leather interior, heated front seats for the Premium model, in-dash 6 CD changer on the Premium model, interior illumination (ignition lock, driver's power window and mirror switches, steering wheel-mounted audio and cruise controls, glove compartment, ambient), Civic Si-style steering wheel with audio controls, optional navigation system on the top of the line Premium, redesigned front and rear end to match the JDM Civic, integrated turn signals in power door mirrors, high-intensity discharge headlights on Premium model.

The resulting car is 62 to 88 kg heavier than the Civic EX sedan, with fuel consumption raised to 8.7 L city, 6.4 L highway per 100 km for manual model; and 9.5 L city, 6.5 L highway per 100 km for automatic model.

Note: there is no cd changer with the navigation system

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