Are del Sols RWD?

Are del Sols RWD?

What is it? The Del Sol is a two-seater, front-engined, FWD, targa top vehicle. It was made to deliver fun behind the steering wheel and to be relatively cheap model.

Is del Sol rear wheel drive?

Oh yeah, and it’s rear-wheel drive, too!

Is the del Sol fast?

Its impressive performance features propelled the Honda Del Sol to a top speed of 130+ miles per hour.

What kind of engine does a Honda CRX del Sol have?

The Honda CR-X del Sol (marketed in other markets as the Honda Civic del Sol, Honda del Sol and the Honda CRX) is a two-seater targa top car manufactured by Honda from 1992 until 1998. Despite the body resemblance to a mid-engine car design, the del Sol is based on the front-engined Honda Civic platform and was the successor to the Honda CR-X .

What is a Honda del Sol?

Based on the Honda Civic platform, the del Sol was the successor to the popular Honda CR-X. It debuted in 1992 in Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States. The Spanish name del Sol translates to of the sun, and refers to the car’s opening roof.

Is the Honda CR-X del Sol SiR the most important Japanese sports car?

During its debut on Japanese car show Best Motoring, reviewer Keiichi Tsuchiya declared the CR-X del Sol SiR to be the most important Japanese sports car for a decade.

What is the difference between a Honda CRX and a CRX Si?

The S had a 1.5-liter 4-cylinder engine, while the Si had a 1.6-liter 4-cylinder engine that made the Del Sol take around 8 seconds to sprint from 0 to 60 mph. The most notable version of the CRX was the one produced for Japan – the CRX Del Sol SiR – also a 2-door roadster with a hard-top body.