Does the Honda del Sol have VTEC?

Does the Honda del Sol have VTEC?

The del Sol Si receives the 1996 127 hp D16Y8 Civic engine, as well as the suspension, larger front and rear stabilizer bars, and steering of the 160 hp (119 kW) VTEC.

Does a 93 Del Sol Si have VTEC?

The uplevel “Si” model came standard with a 1.6 liter SOHC 16-valve four cylinder engine with Honda’s VTEC technology, which gave it 125 bhp. The Si also came with nicer 14″ alloy wheels, power side mirrors, cruise control, and an anti-sway bar for improved handling.

Is the Del Sol Si VTEC?

The problem was that the Si technically also had a VTEC engine, leading to some customer confusion. However, the new DOHC VTEC engine finally put the Del Sol on the performance map. Engines: S: 1.5 I4 102 bhp @ 5900 rpm, 98 lb-ft @ 5000 rpm.

Is the Honda del Sol reliable?

The Del Sol is also a extremely reliable and fun car to drive, fantastic gas mileage and has impressive leg room and trunk space (when the top is in place, that is) Every used car has issues and the Del Sol is no exception.

What Del Sol came with B16?

The first time the B16-series set foot on American soil was in the B16A3-powered 1994–1995 Honda del Sol.

Why did Honda stop making the Del Sol?

Combined with faulty auxiliary lighting and many other small problems, the car’s poor quality led to rumors about its demise in 1996. However, Honda decided to keep it on sale for at least one more year, and we can’t say that was a wise decision, as only 5,603 cars were delivered in 1997.

Is a Del Sol a JDM?

Honda Del Sol: Here’s What You Didn’t Know About The JDM Sports Car. Despite being often overlooked in favor of the Miata, the Del Sol is a surprisingly fun and easy-to-live-with JDM sports car that’ll cost you peanuts.

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Is VTEC economical?

VTEC-E (for “Efficiency”) is a form of VTEC that closes off one intake valve at low RPMs to give good economy at low power levels, while “VTEC” is a mode that allows for greater power at high RPMs, while giving relatively efficient performance at “normal” operating speeds.