2002 Honda City Z Owners Manual

2002 Honda City Z is a 4-door sedan from the Japan automaker that offers better top speed, fuel economy, and acceleration that could hit 10.3 second to reach 60 mph from zero. It has good handling and easy to park thanks to its size. Drawbacks include limited legroom so it is not comfortable for tall person.  Compared to other car brands, the parts of Honda are a little higher in price. The issue of rust is the one you should keep an eye on otherwise it would be a trouble in a couple of years.

2002 Honda City Z Performance

2002 Honda City Z image

2002 Honda City Z image

It comes with 1.5 liter 4-cylinder engine unit boosting 101 hp of power and 4-speed automatic transmission. Fuel economy is rated at 10 km/L for city a bit better thanks to the low weight SX8 with no more than 1 ton of weight. This lightweight also gives impact to handling. It comes standard with the EF Civic’s double wishbones that offer good handling. Parking and maneuvering is easy due to its solid steering. The 2002 Honda City Z performs well in term of acceleration and speed thanks to a good midrange engine with 4000 RPM and well thought-out gear ratios.  There is a good balance in ride quality between comfort and firm.

2002 Honda City Z Interior

2002 Honda City Z

2002 Honda City Z

Inside the 2002 Honda City Z, it has good outward view unlike many other cars with good safety rating. There is no blind spot thanks to large windows, low hood and good exterior mirrors. This means you will be easier to park the car. It has small comfortable seats though there is no lumbar support.  Driving position is low but it is acceptable, though it feels cramped in the front legroom. Back seats are comfortable with generous head and legroom. Unfortunately there are no indicator and warning lights as well as a seatbelt warning light or a door-ajar warning light. These minor features are often what people look for in a car.

Transmission remarks is the one you might need to consider if you pick the 1.5L cars that come only with manual transmission since it tends to make the snappy clutch. It feels a little hard to know the contact point though it’s soft enough. It also feels a bit soggy with the shifter. It will not rust suddenly with the Type Z nothing like the Civics with their infamous rusting roofs. The rust in 2002 Honda City Z could be developed from damaged in an accident that hasn’t been repaired correctly

2002 Honda City Z Owners Manual