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The 1991 Honda Civic Si Was an Early Hot Hatchback


The 1991 Honda Civic Si — the “EF” Civic Hatchback — is a special car that was an early example of a hot hatchback. Today I’m reviewing the Civic Si, and I’m going to show you all the quirks and features of the EF Civic Si hatchback. I’m also going to drive the Si and show you what it’s like on the road.



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  • Doug DeMuro
    August 13, 2020

    THIS… is the last nice Civic from this era in existence. I'm thrilled I got to review it!

  • Thats an integra seat lol

  • Quincy Squid
    October 4, 2020

    I have the same color 1991 civic hatch. Mine is a base model, completely stock except the Honda got rims I threw on it. But is still have the original wheels on top of my garage fridge lol. Check it out on my channel teaching my daughter to drive stick.

  • khris
    October 5, 2020

    Ibishu Covet?

  • usdm420
    October 5, 2020

    Just missing the factory Si hubcaps.

  • usdm420
    October 5, 2020

    By the way, those two "shallow storage cubbies" out back behind the rear passenger seats were pre-formed indents that actually housed optional speakers you could get with the car. Most only came with 2 speakers in the front doors so you could imagine how "balling" you were if you had the rear speaker option lol

  • Jonathon Stambaugh
    October 7, 2020

    The seatbelts are on the door because they are meant to stay buckled all the time when you get in and out of the car. It was a "passive restraint" required because the car didnt have an airbag. Thats why large read warning labels near the buckles. Also, there is no armrest storage in the back right seat because Thats where the fuel door is.

  • Wesley Dagenhart
    October 8, 2020

    “Head wests”

  • Syed Ghazi
    October 8, 2020

    Omg I had the sedan version as my first car it cost me 500 dollars It was a DX automatic

  • Zak Dahne
    October 8, 2020

    2021 Honda Ridgeline

  • Sam Wyatt
    October 9, 2020

    Sorry Doug – You've got it a bit wrong. The siR is the king of that shape of civics. I don't believe the US got it though, what a shame 🙁

  • J Carney
    October 9, 2020

    The Japanese version was the sir that had 158hp. Had a B16 dohc vtec engine.

  • Jose Cruz
    October 10, 2020

    Best car out video should have 10 mill views

  • John Burke
    October 10, 2020

    The seat belt was designed to stay locked in. That's why you have the emergency release decal and the door/seat belt warning light

  • Sparkle pup Man
    October 11, 2020

    Doug the type of guy to talk about a ‘91 civic in 2020

  • Raider Richard
    October 11, 2020

    I have a feeling doug has no idea how to fix cars.

  • tyler franz
    October 11, 2020

    My 89 accord lxi could take corners way harder than my 05 can. I miss the double wishbone suspension

  • Enzo Lebold
    October 11, 2020

    1:31 still more hp than my suzuki ignis

  • Santiago Gonzalez
    October 12, 2020

    There isn't a cubby on the left side because it's where the fuel hatch is.

  • Mike Johnson
    October 13, 2020

    $10,000? Lmao! This is a 900 dollar car at best. GTFO.

  • cristian valdez
    October 14, 2020

    Why does he look so tiny in contrast to the hatch wth

  • Ki E-Skate Mods
    October 15, 2020

    Awesome review! This was the sport car for us peasants in the 90’s

  • Barry Raass
    October 16, 2020

    Nice EF Civic SI. A few notes – Rear seat headrests, electrical windows as well as electrical folding mirrors were only offered with the JDM version. The cubbies on the back were for rear speakers, again, offered only with the JDM versions. Great to see an original EF Civic SI still original. FYI – I am the original owner of a 1991 Civic DX Hatchback, still original as when I took out of the dealer in November 1991. Still have the OEM radio cassette, btu have upgraded with SI parts in the interiors like seats, speedometer with tach, rear speakers, JDM center console and armrest, clock and front spoilers. My daily driver since 1991.

  • Wew yah
    October 17, 2020

    Here in the philippines its called civic EF

  • Things With Engines
    October 17, 2020

    This Mk4 Civic: 1.6L engine with 108hp, skinny 14in wheels, and an electric sunroof.
    My Mk7 Civic: 1.6L engine with 109hp, skinny 15in wheels, and an electric sunroof.

  • soacha2080
    October 17, 2020

    My has this Honda Civic and if you guys don"t I do not feel bad I feel Great because its a rare car so I don"t feel bad.🥇

  • Jlgonthebeat
    October 18, 2020

    Doug the typa guy to hold automatic doors open for people

  • Brian Graff
    October 18, 2020

    I see that somebody else mentioned it, but prior to air bags in the 1992 models, US cars required passive seat belts – in effect, the belts were designed such that they would always be connected and would close around you when you losed the door – some vehicles had the seat belt on a track around the window frame and when you closed the door it would run around the framee. The red stickers were part of this law.

    Cars in Canada and other countries usually did not have this as this was a US only law… no stickers either.

    The storage bin on the one passenger seat is because the other side has the fuel filler behind it – so there was no room on the dirver side.

    Also, the seats and engine were shared with the CRX Si – which I owned. Doug – I do not think you have reviewed the 84-87 CRX or the 88-91 CRX, but it should be top of your list if you can fine nice ones that were not modified.

  • Travis Lundquist
    October 19, 2020

    I don’t have the SI but I do have the old 1991 civic hatchback. It looks exactly like the SI just without a few things and mine is blue.

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