The third generation Honda Civic is an automobile which was produced by Honda from 1983 to 1987. It was introduced in September 1983 for model year 1984. The Civic's wheelbase was increased by 2–5 inches (13 cm) to 93.7 inches (hatchback) or 96.5 inches (sedan). A three-door hatchback/kammback, four-door sedan (also known as the Honda Ballade), the five-door "Shuttle" station wagon, and sporting CRX coupé shared common underpinnings. This included independent front control arms with torsion bar springs and a semi-independent rear beam with coil springs. However, the body panels were largely different between models. The Civic-based Honda Quint five-door hatchback also underwent a model change, and became the Honda Quint Integra, available as both a three- and five-door fastback. The Quint

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  • Die dritte Generation des Honda Civic wurde von September 1983 bis September 1987 gefertigt. Es gab ihn in vier Karosserievarianten: als Coupé CR-X, dreitüriges Steilheck (Hatchback), viertüriges Stufenheck und Van Shuttle (einem Vorläufer der heutigen Vans). Bei der Gestaltung wurde bei dieser Modellreihe das Designbüro von Pininfarina beteiligt. (de)
  • La tercera generación se presentó en septiembre de 1983 y se inició su comercialización a final de ese mismo año. Este Civic incremento la distancia entre ejes 236cm (hatchback) y 245cm (sedán). A lo largo de los años que se comercializaron versiones de tres puertas hatchback, de cuatro puertas sedán (conocido como Honda Ballade), de cinco puertas station wagon (Shuttle), y deportiva coupe (CRX). Esta generación incluyó brazos delanteros independientes con resortes de barra de torsión y una viga trasera semi-independiente con muelles helicoidales. Sin embargo, los paneles de la carrocería son en gran medida diferentes entre los modelos. El Honda Quint de cinco puertas hatchback basado en el civic también se sometió a un cambio de modelo y se convirtió en el Honda Quint Integra, disponible como un fastback de tres y cinco puertas. El Integra Quint (luego simplemente "Integra") se vendió en el concesionario japonés Honda Verno junto con el CRX. El Civic en Japón era de distribución exclusiva de Honda Primo, junto con los kei car de Honda, así como el Honda City. (es)
  • Quella presentata nel 1983 rappresenta la terza serie della Honda Civic, berlina prodotta dalla Honda, sostituendo la seconda serie e restando in produzione fino al 1987. (it)
  • The third generation Honda Civic is an automobile which was produced by Honda from 1983 to 1987. It was introduced in September 1983 for model year 1984. The Civic's wheelbase was increased by 2–5 inches (13 cm) to 93.7 inches (hatchback) or 96.5 inches (sedan). A three-door hatchback/kammback, four-door sedan (also known as the Honda Ballade), the five-door "Shuttle" station wagon, and sporting CRX coupé shared common underpinnings. This included independent front control arms with torsion bar springs and a semi-independent rear beam with coil springs. However, the body panels were largely different between models. The Civic-based Honda Quint five-door hatchback also underwent a model change, and became the Honda Quint Integra, available as both a three- and five-door fastback. The Quint Integra (soon just "Integra") was sold at the Japanese Honda Verno dealership along with the CR-X. The Civic in Japan was now exclusive to Honda Primo, along with Honda's kei cars as well as superminis like the Honda City. At its introduction in 1983, it won the Car of the Year Japan Award. (en)
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  • Yoshio Ui, Tsuyoshi Nishimura, Osamu Akimoto
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  • Die dritte Generation des Honda Civic wurde von September 1983 bis September 1987 gefertigt. Es gab ihn in vier Karosserievarianten: als Coupé CR-X, dreitüriges Steilheck (Hatchback), viertüriges Stufenheck und Van Shuttle (einem Vorläufer der heutigen Vans). Bei der Gestaltung wurde bei dieser Modellreihe das Designbüro von Pininfarina beteiligt. (de)
  • Quella presentata nel 1983 rappresenta la terza serie della Honda Civic, berlina prodotta dalla Honda, sostituendo la seconda serie e restando in produzione fino al 1987. (it)
  • La tercera generación se presentó en septiembre de 1983 y se inició su comercialización a final de ese mismo año. Este Civic incremento la distancia entre ejes 236cm (hatchback) y 245cm (sedán). A lo largo de los años que se comercializaron versiones de tres puertas hatchback, de cuatro puertas sedán (conocido como Honda Ballade), de cinco puertas station wagon (Shuttle), y deportiva coupe (CRX). Esta generación incluyó brazos delanteros independientes con resortes de barra de torsión y una viga trasera semi-independiente con muelles helicoidales. Sin embargo, los paneles de la carrocería son en gran medida diferentes entre los modelos. El Honda Quint de cinco puertas hatchback basado en el civic también se sometió a un cambio de modelo y se convirtió en el Honda Quint Integra, disponible (es)
  • The third generation Honda Civic is an automobile which was produced by Honda from 1983 to 1987. It was introduced in September 1983 for model year 1984. The Civic's wheelbase was increased by 2–5 inches (13 cm) to 93.7 inches (hatchback) or 96.5 inches (sedan). A three-door hatchback/kammback, four-door sedan (also known as the Honda Ballade), the five-door "Shuttle" station wagon, and sporting CRX coupé shared common underpinnings. This included independent front control arms with torsion bar springs and a semi-independent rear beam with coil springs. However, the body panels were largely different between models. The Civic-based Honda Quint five-door hatchback also underwent a model change, and became the Honda Quint Integra, available as both a three- and five-door fastback. The Quint (en)
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