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May 13, 1988 - Image 71

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Michigan Daily Summer Weekly, 1988-05-13

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Honda goes to any length to make improvements. In the new
Civic Hatchback, about 5 inches does the job nicely. The longer
wheelbase adds a lot more room inside.
You'll find the front legroom extends to over 42 inches. That's
over half as tall as the average person.
There is extra foot room for those of you in the rear seats.
More cubic feet behind you in the cargo space. And a new 4-wheel
double wishbone suspension system helps give a little more room
for the rest of your body.
Honda's new engine is a 16-valve single overhead cam design
with fuel injection. It's more powerful.The new suspension you
already know about if you're familiar with race cars. It's one reason
why they're so much fun to drive.
You and your fellow travelers will find the new Civic Hatchback
is max hip, too. Over 54 inches front, 45 inches rear. .

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