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    Default Difference b/s Civic VTI & EXI

    Dear members,


    Would you please like to highlight the defference between CIVIC VTI vs EXI keeping in view 2000-2001 & 2004-2005


    As far as i know, the difference is of Engine capacity, VTI 2000 is of 1600cc where as 2005 is 1500cc


    On the other hand EXI 2000 is 1500cc & 2005 is 1500 cc. am i right or?


    Is there any difference for its Engine built, and other plus, minuses.





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    yes u r right

    engine difference

    plus in 2000 only vti had 4 wheel disc

    plus after 2001 to 2004 exi is without ABS...
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    exi is 1500 cc and vti is 1600cc
    and vti always have factory fitted alloy rims
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    vti is 1600cc and exi is 1500cc and vti engine is vtec
    from 2001 onward vti has 4 wheel dis abs+ebd brakes and exi has 4 wheel disc brakes from 2004 onward
    vti has alloy rims and 15 inch tyres and exi has wheel cup 14 inch tyres
    vti has retractable sideview mirrors
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    Actually all models of Civic VTi has 1600cc V-TEC engine & EXi has 1500cc engine. The other features of CIVIC VTi are as under: ( which EXi does'nt have).


    1) Four wheel Disc brakes with ABS in 2000-01 model & after 2004 all Civics are equipped with 4 wheel disc brakes with ABS, 2) Power Antena, 3) Alloy Rims, 4)Oriel version(sun roof), 5) UG version (leather interior), 6) CD player.
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    Thanks for your replies and guidence.


    For Auto Transmission which one is better VTI or EXI keeping in view stability and engine performance onlly for 2000-2001 models pls.


    Any price idea for above models





    Thanks

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