Does 2011 Honda Civic have VTEC?

Does 2011 Honda Civic have VTEC?

The 2011 Honda Civic is offered with a choice of four engine and four transmissions. The Civic Civic DX, DX-VP, LX, EX and EX-L versions are offered with a 1.8-liter i-VTEC engine that delivers 140 HP and a 5-speed automatic transmission.

What kind of engine does a Honda Civic have?

The R18A is a member of the Honda R-series. It came to replace the D17 of the previous D engine family. This new 1.8-liter four-cylinder gasoline engine was launched with the 8G Civic in 2006. The engine has an aluminum high-rigidity cylinder block with new lower block construction.

How to replace Honda Civic expansion valve and / or?

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What kind of gas mileage does Honda Civic get?

Offered only with a 6-speed manual transmission, that engine returned 21 mpg city/29 mpg hwy. Finally, drivers looking to maximize fuel efficiency could turn to the Civic Hybrid, which was only available as a sedan. That model used a 93-hp 1.3-liter hybrid 4-cylinder engine, which was EPA-rated to deliver 40 mpg city/45 mpg hwy.

What kind of seats does a Honda Civic have?

Topping the range was the Civic EX, which came with a sunroof, steering-wheel audio controls and alloy wheels. In 2008, Honda added a new top-level Civic EX-L with leather upholstery and heated seats. A navigation system was optional in EX and EX-L models. DX, LX and EX models came in both sedan and coupe versions.

What kind of maintenance does a Honda Civic need?

(Covering 2001-11 Honda Civic with 1.7, 1.8, or 2.0-liter motors, and manual or automatic transmissions. Excluding hybrid and natural gas powered models.) Modern cars don’t need as much maintenance as vehicles of 25 years ago, but they still need periodic checks and inspections.

What are the specs of a Honda Civic hatchback?

2 CVT models are LEV3-SULEV30-rated in California and states that have adopted California vehicle emission regulations. CVT models in non-CARB states and 6MT models in all 50 states are LEV3-ULEV125-rated. 3 Based on SAE J1100 hatchback cargo volume measurement standard plus floor space between first and second rows with front seats moved forward.

When to check the valve clearance on a Honda 4WD?

OK, that photo and discussion scared me a bit. My 4WD 5MT 2004 E has 288,000 km (approximately 180,000 miles) and I have never checked or adjusted the valve clearances. Valve clearance check/adjustment is recommended at 176,000 km (110,000 miles) in the service manual.

Why do you need a valve adjustment on a Honda?

The “noisy” criterion is only half the issue, that just means one or more have too much play, which might contribute to inefficiency. Too-tight valves (insufficient valve lash) will not be noisy yet are more likely to result in major problems such as a burnt valve, and may also cause MPG issues. 121,000 miles? Get a valve adjustment, basically.