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Honda Civic EX and Acura CSX 06-07

Old 05-Nov-2011, 09:23 AM
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Honda Civic EX and Acura CSX 06-07

Im in the market for new car. Coming from the Maxima family im looking to get back into a civic. Ive had 1991 Maxima, 1995 Civic and a 1997 Maxima. So im used to the V6 gas guzzling speed of a maxima but i love the Luxary look and feel. I am giving up on these gas prices. So im looking at a Civic or CSX. The CSX cause is a entry luxary line. Im leading towards a CSX, my question is i notice that its 2.0 DOHC and a civic is 1.8 SOHC. When i go on the net i look at the MPG and they look the same, but 2.0 DOHC and civic 1.8 SOHC is a head scratcher. Do they really have the same fuel comsuption? I like the csx over the EX mainly the 4 wheel brakes, 350w stereo, leather and stuff. I dont care for the SI or TypeS either. thanks
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In real life, the 1.8 will be better on gas than the 2.0. The difference in hp is 140 vs 160, I believe...
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