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Keep It Simple

The philosophy at Honda's engineering department has always been, "Keep it simple'.' Sometimes it's more difficult and requires a lot more ingenuity to keep a design clean and simple rather than doing things in a complicated way. The Honda Civic 1200 and the Civic CVCC are both good examples of clean, straightforward styling. Everything on the car is there for a definite purpose. And what you don't see, the engine and chassis parts were all designed with the same goal in mind.. ."build it right, but keep it simple'.''

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