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Hollister can refer to:

  • Hollister, California, a place in the United States
  • Hollister Co., a clothing company
  • Hollister Ranch, a ranch north of Santa Barbara, California, USA.
  • Hollister Incorporated, a medical device company.
  • Hollister Ranch Realty, Hollister Ranch sales
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Hollister can refer to:. Optional equipment:. Hollister Ranch Realty, Hollister Ranch sales. Standard equipment:. Hollister Incorporated, a medical device company. A special edition JDM Si with camel interior, wooden gear knob, and upgraded sound system. Hollister Ranch, a ranch north of Santa Barbara, California, USA. Optional equipment:.

Hollister Co., a clothing company. Optional equipment:. Hollister, California, a place in the United States. Standard equipment:. The CR-X Si was Motor Trends Import Car of the Year for 1988. The redesigned CR-X was on Car and Driver magazine's Ten Best list for 1988.

It also made Car and Driver magazine's Ten Best list for 1985. The Civic CR-X' was Motor Trends Import Car of the Year for 1984. . However, in August 2005, Autoweek reported that Honda planned a revival of the CR-X that is scheduled to be on the market in 2007; no official announcement has been made by Honda.

There have been many rumours of a CR-X comeback, none of which have come to fruition. The del Sol was discontinued in 1997 for the American market and 1998 for other markets. The CR-X was replaced for 1992 by the CR-X del Sol, a targa top 2-seater again based on the Civic. The CR-X was the second car to receive a Honda VTEC engine after the Integra.

Honda refreshed the looks of the car in these markets in 1990 when it added the B16A VTEC engine in the 150 bhp VT and 160 bhp SiR models in the UK & Europe and Japan respectively. The Si engine was stamped ZC, whilst the 16v stamped D16A9. The Japanese Si and European 16v models came with a 1.6 L DOHC engine putting out 128 bhp. One of the rarest options for the CR-X was the "Cyber Glass" roof, which stretched from the top of the windshield, and went all the way back to the hatch opening; such equipped models are extremely rare.

Redesigned in 1988 and produced to 1991, the CR-X was very popular for its performance (specifically the USDM performance model, the Si), nimble handling, and good fuel economy—the USDM CR-X HF model could reliably achieve better than 50 mpg, more than a decade before gas-electric hybrids appeared on the market. European markets, however, received a more powerful ZC 130 hp engine and four seats. In the American market, the CR-X was marketed as an economy sport hatchback, having room for just two passengers. The Honda Civic CR-X was first produced in 1983 for the 1984 model year and was a lightweight sport hatchback.

The "CR-X" name is said by some to stand for "Civic Renaissance-Experimental". The first generation CR-X was sold in some regions outside Japan as the Honda Civic CR-X.
The Honda CR-X, originally launched as the Honda Ballade Sports CR-X in Japan, was a compact sports car manufactured by Honda. Limited slip differential.

Folding electric mirrors (electric mirrors are standard). Rubber dashboard mat (rare, possible option). Centre armrest. Sun roof (+20 kg/44 lb).

Glass roof (+10 kg/22 lb). "CR-X" mats + mud flaps. Climate control. ABS (+~20 kg/44 lb).

Power steering. Half-leather seats. Alloy wheels. Air conditioning.

Torque - 112 ft-lbf @ 7000 RPM. Power - 160 bhp @ 7600 RPM. Engine - B16A, DOHC 16-valve, VTEC. Weight - 970 kg (2139 lb).

Torque - 106 ft-lbf @ 5700 RPM. Power - 132 hp @ 6800 RPM. Engine - ZC, 16-valve DOHC. Weight - 890 kg (1962 lb).

Sun roof (+20 kg/44 lb). Glass roof (+10 kg/22 lb). Torque - 95 ft-lbf @ 4500 RPM. Power - 106 hp @ 6500 RPM.

Engine - D15, SOHC. Weight - 840 kg (1852 lb). CR-X mats + mud flaps. Air conditioning (rare, +20 kg/44 lb).

Rubber dashboard mat (rare). Electric mirrors. Electric windows. Electric sunroof.

Full leather seats (embroidered with "CR-X VTEC" in red stitching). Alloy wheels (14"). 0-100km/h - 7.1 sec. Torque - 112 ft-lbf t@ 7100 RPM.

Power - 150 bhp @ 7600 RPM. Engine - B16A1, DOHC 16-valve, VTEC. Weight - 1010 kg (2227 lb). 0-100km/h - 7.5 sec.

Torque - 106 ft-lbf @ 5700 RPM. Power - 132hp (95 kW)130PS. Engine - D16A9, DOHC , ZC. Weight - 899 kg (1982 lb).

Power - 70 hp @ 4500 RPM / 83 ft-lbf @ 3000 RPM (the least of all CR-Xs). Engine - Honda D15B6 (or B8?) SOHC 1493cc. Weight - 819kg (1802 lb). Power - 90 hp @ 6000 RPM / 120 ft-lbf @ 4500 RPM.

Engine - Honda D15B2 SOHC 1493cc with cat. Weight - ?. Power - 108 hp @ 6000 RPM/ 100 ft·lbf @ 5000 RPM. Engine - Honda D16A6 SOHC 16-valve I4.

Weight - 988kg (2,174 lb). Power - 123 hp (58 kW). Engine - D16A8,ZC DOHC 16-valve (fuel injection). Weight - 878 kg (1936 lb).

Power - 76 hp (58 kW) / 85 ft·lbf. Engine - EW1, SOHC 12-valve (3-barrel carburetor). Weight - 878 kg (1936 lb). Power - 91 hp (66 kW) @ 5500 RPM / 93 ft·lbf @ 4500 RPM.

Engine - D15A3, SOHC 12-valve. Weight - 897 kg (1977 lb). Power - 57 hp SAE (42 kW). Engine - D15A2, SOHC 8-valve.

Weight - 777 kg (1713 lb).

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