As Meyer says, none. All Integras and RSXs were Civic-based.
Honda in the US no longer sells Civic-based vehicles under the Acura
nameplate; all US-market Acuras are based on the European or American
However, Honda in Canada does sell the 4-door Acura CSX, which is Civic-
based. We're poorer up here, so Acura Canada needs a cheap car to help
boost their volumes.
I think so. 45-50mpg, LARGE back seat (three kids can sit abreast), and
the hatch--which is large enough for a family of four to take a week's
vacation with, even putting all the luggage underneath the pull-out
It's low to the ground, but the seating height isn't nearly as low as my
92 Civic was. I prefer the low to the ground handling to my wife's
Speed demon? Nah, although I know it will go 101 at least. Will
self-absorbed 20-somethings from Jalopnik buy it? Nope. But will they
feel shame at dissing this car when they're 40 and have family
responsibilities? Yep. They'll find out what its true value is.
So... it is, then, for all intents and purposes, an automatic.
Since some 90% of new cars in North America are purchased with automatics,
Toyota had chosen well in having the Prius mimic a traditional automatic.
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