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Below is a chart which indicates all the major engine types for the Honda Civic sold in Europe since 1974:

Model

Years

Engine code

Power

Torque

S (SL33)

1982-1983

EN4

70 hp at 5,750 rpm

100 N⋅m at 3,400 rpm

1.5i GT (AH53)

1983-1987

EW3

100 hp at 5,800 rpm

129 N⋅m at 4,000 rpm

1.6i-VT (EE9)

1990-1991

B16A1

150 hp at 7,600 rpm

144 N⋅m at 7,100 rpm

1.6 VTi (EG6/EG9)

1992-1996

B16A2

160 hp at 7,600 rpm

150 N⋅m at 7,000 rpm

1.6 VTi (EK4)

1996-2001

153 N⋅m at 7,000 rpm

1.8 VTi (MB6)

1997-2000

B18C4

169 hp at 7,600 rpm

166 N⋅m at 6,300 rpm

Type R (EP3)

2001-2006

K20A2

200 hp at 7,400 rpm

196 N⋅m at 5,900 rpm

Type R (FN2)

2007-2011

K20Z4

201 hp at 7,800 rpm

193 N⋅m at 5,600 rpm

Type R (FK2)

2015-2017

K20C1

310 hp at 6,500 rpm

400 N⋅m at 2,500~4,500 rpm

Type R (FK8)

since 2017

320 hp at 6,500 rpm

Note that Honda has produced several Japan-only models. The most famous are the Civic Type R EK9 (185 hp B16B engine) and FD2 (225 hp K20A engine). Mugen is well known to fans of the brand, and has tuned many Civics, such as the Mugen RR, which was released in 2007 and limited to 300 units with a 240 hp engine.

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