Though there were few changes in 1993 and 1994 for the Honda Civic del Sol, when Honda dropped the "Civic" name from this model, other changes were also introduced. In 1995 and 1996, the Honda del Sol interior parts such as the seals around the targa roof were updated to keep out moisture. The engines at all trim levels were upgraded for more horsepower, and exterior changes to the bumpers and lights on the front of the car were made to keep the car looking up to date. Sadly, the 1997 model year was the last for the del Sol, and there were no changes to the car for its final production year.
Two trim levels were sold for the del Sol. The base level was known as S and had 13-inch wheels and a four-cylinder, 1.5-liter engine. The higher trim level, the Si, featured 14-inch wheels and a 1.6-liter engine. Another option was one with an engine designed with VTEC, which was Honda's proprietary engine design to make a four-stroke engine more efficient, thus increasing horsepower. Both trim levels feature the unusual targa top, which combined elements of a convertible top with a solid rear window. Among all the Honda del Sol body parts, it was the targa top that stood out the most as a distinguishing feature of this car.
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