History of CIVIC

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Seventh Generation

Seventh Generation

2000

The seventh-generation Civic was developed as the “benchmark for compact cars,” satisfying all important criteria, with maximum cabin space, superlative economy and smooth ride, and unparalleled safety for occupants and pedestrians. The interior space was made more comfortable based on a low, flat-floor design enabling occupants to easily move between front and rear seats. Due to Honda’s G-CON collision safety technology, the seventh-generation Civic has met the highest safety standards, winning “Car of the Year Japan” awards in 2001 and 2002.

The Civic Hybrid was added as Honda's second hybrid model in 2002.

CIVIC 3door Hatchback

CIVIC 3door Hatchback

Civic 4door Sedan

Civic 4door Sedan

CIVIC GX

CIVIC GX

CIVIC Hybrid

CIVIC Hybrid

CIVIC TypeR

CIVIC TypeR

CIVIC 5door Hatchback (Europe)

CIVIC 5door Hatchback (Europe)

Tenth Generation (2015 -)Tenth Generation (2015 -)
Ninth Generation (2011)Ninth Generation (2011)
Eighth Generation (2006)Eighth Generation (2006)
Seventh Generation (2000)Seventh Generation (2000)
Sixth Generation (1995)Sixth Generation (1995)
Fifth Generation (1991)Fifth Generation (1991)
Fourth Generation (1987)Fourth Generation (1987)
Third Generation (1983)Third Generation (1983)
Second Generation (1979)Second Generation (1979)
First Generation (1972)First Generation (1972)
Birth of the CivicBirth of the Civic

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