“Go to Suzuka and See the Line!”

A new development project got under way at the Wako R&D Center in the summer of 1970, a year after the Honda 1300 (H1300) was released.

Japan was then in the midst of explosive fiscal growth, achieving a rate of over 10 percent annually. Consumers, though, were beginning to demand more diversity in the products they could buy.
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The Civic was designed to satisfy markets around the world. The car blended beautifully in city scenes, moving swiftly through busy traffic.
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