Automakers have a tendency not to develop original models for our neighbors to the north and instead rebadge existing models under different brands. Pontiac of Canada, for instance, has the Wave (a rebadged Aveo) and Pursuit (a rebadged Cobalt). Acura also has the EL (a rebadged Civic), which will be replaced by the CSX soon since the Civic's been completely redesigned for 2006. The CSX will go on sale sometime later this month, though no one on the AcuraWorld forums where we found these pics know what it will cost. There are various differences between the Civic and the CSX, most notable being the latter's 2.0L DOHC i-VTEC engine that produces 155 hp/139 lb-ft. or torque versus the former's 1.8L SOHC i-VTEC with 140 hp/128 lb-ft. of torque. Full specs and features of the new CSX can be found here on the AcuraWorld forums.

[Thanks to Corey for the tip]

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