Used Honda Civic Engines | 1.3L | 1.6L | 1.7 | 1.8L | VTEC
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Honda Civic Engine Replacement Options
Civic engines are in high demand due to the large number of “tuners” who absolutely love them. In fact, when we first opened, we sold several of the D16Y7 and D16Y8 engines a day. We specialize in Low Mileage Engines (hence the name) and have actually had difficulty keeping some of the older Civic engines in stock (1996-2000).
If you have a 2001 or newer Civic, we definitely have a deal for you. With our excellent availability of all D17, R18, and K20 engines, we can help get you back on the road quickly. All our Civic engines have an industry leading warranty, and our testimonials show just how pleased our customers are with the engines we sell.
Please, call us for a quote at (800) 709-9233 or fill out a request online for an engine quote.
Honda Civic Engines 1996-Present
The Honda Civic has been sold in the US since 1973. Of Japanese cars sold in the US, only the Toyota Corolla has been around longer. The Civic was a revelation at the time in offering very high gas mileage and efficient use of space, fitting four adults into a car only 140 inches long with a 87-inch wheelbase. Some of this interior room came from the transverse engine mount, which was uncommon in cars sold in the US at the time.
Sixth-generation Civics, sold in the US from 1996-2000, had engines very similar to those found in fifth-generation cars. The CX, DX, LX and Value Package models featured the D16Y7 engine from the Honda D series, a family of inline four-cylinder engines available in single and double overhead cam with the V-TEC engines in this series (Variable Valve Timing and Lift Electronic Control) being single overhead cam only. The D16Y7 for 1996 offered 106 horsepower at 6,200 rpm and 103 foot-pounds of torque at 4,600 rpm. The D16Y7 is one of the most popular used engines sought by tuners today. The Civic HX of this era contained a D16Y5 engine. Also popular with tuners, this is a single overhead cam V-TEC engine that gets 115 horsepower at 6,200 rpm and 104 foot-pounds of torque at 5,400 rpm.
The sixth-generation Civic EX Sedan and EX Coupe both had a single overhead cam D16Y8 engine with 127 hp and 111 foot-pounds of torque. Civic Del Sols had a 1.6-liter, 106-horsepower version of the D16Y7 engine with 106 horsepower at 7600 rpm and 118 foot-pounds of torque at 7000 rpm.
In 1998, Honda introduced the Civic GX, an LX model modified to run on natural gas, with a straight-four 1.6 liter engine featuring 113 horsepower and 109 ft-lbs of torque.
Partway through the 1999 model year, the Civic Si returned to the US market in a coupe body style. The new Si featured a revamped, now-1.6 liter dual overhead cam engine, the B16A2, which was a V-TEC engine. The B16A2 engine had 160hp and 111 lb-ft of torque.
The seventh generation (2001-05) saw the introduction of the Honda K series of engines. These are four-cylinder double overhead cam engines with a coil-on-plug (distributorless) ignition system. There are two versions of i-VTECH (Intelligent V-TECH) in the K series, with some operating on the intake cam only and others on both the intake and exhaust valves. Most Civics of this generation had a slightly enlarged 1.7 liter engine good for 117 horsepower (127 horsepower in the EX model). An exception was the coupe-only HX, which contained a 1.7-liter, 115 horsepower engine. This generation also included the first Civic hybrid, which had a 1.3 liter, 85- horsepower with its 13-horsepower electric motor. The Civic GX was rated the worlds cleanest internal combustion vehicle in 2001, the year it received a 1.7 liter engine.
Eighth-generation (2006-present) DX, LX and EX Civics were all powered by the same single overhead cam 1.8-liter, inline four-cylinder i-VTECH engine with 140 horsepower and 128 foot-pounds of torque. The Si now sported a 2 liter, 97 horsepower engine while the 2006 GX had a 1.8 liter inline four-cylinder engine offering 113 horsepower and 109 foot-pounds of torque.
If you need a Civic engine, please, make sure to call us at (800)-709-9233!