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Honda Vigor 650
Honda Vigor 650

Honda Vigor

The Honda was a premium sedan sold in through the Honda Verno network from 1981 to derived from the Honda and briefly sold in North from 1992 to 1994 as the Vigor . Early Vigors more upmarket versions of the and served as Honda’s flagship the arrival of the Honda Legend. In the Vigor would differentiate further from the Accord unique styling and an available five-cylinder engine, and a twin to the was introduced with the Honda available at Honda Clio

It was replaced in North America the Acura TL and in Japan with the Saber /Inspire. which the same vehicle sold different networks.

First (SZ (hatchback)/AD (sedan)) [ edit ]


1,375mm (54.1in)

Beginning September 25, 1981, produced a variant of the Honda badged as the Honda Vigor for only. The first generation was a higher grade 4-door and 3-door hatchback, with the 1.8 L as the only engine available, Honda’s CVCC -II system. The was a sportier, faster, vigorous with a higher level of over the more sedate

Due to the higher level of luxury equipment, the Vigor help set the for the market to accept a luxury car from Honda, which in 1985 with the Honda The Vigor competed with the Chaser and the Nissan Laurel in The rear lighting implementation of the license plate installed in the with a black trim between the rear tail and the word Vigor inscribed.

The Accord installed the rear plate between the rear lights.

This engine the SOHC 3-valve-per-cylinder CVCC-II mated to a 5-speed manual or automatic transmission with a torque converter. Vehicles a manual transmission and the CVCC earned 13.6km/L (38mpg ; 32mpg -US ) based on Japanese emissions tests using 10 modes of scenario standards, and (80.9kW; 108.5bhp), and 23km/L -imp ; 54mpg -US ) at consistently speeds at 60km/h (37.3mph). with PGM-FI earned (37mpg -imp ; 31mpg -US ) on Japanese Government emissions using 10 different modes of standards, with 130PS 128.2bhp), and 22km/L (62mpg ; 52mpg -US ) consistently maintained at 60km/h (37.3mph).

Items were optional on the Accord, as cruise control, air conditioning automatic fan speed control and monitored temperature, power with driver’s one touch down, and power steering standard on the Vigor. A trip that displayed mileage, time, and fuel economy Honda called in sales literature as Electronic Navigator was standard on the Vigor.

Honda Vigor 650

All Vigors were also with ELR (Emergency Locking seatbelts. One of the optional items on the was an Electro Gyrocator. the world’s automatic in-car navigation [ 1 ] Other items included instrumentation, four-wheel Anti-lock a choice of stereo systems Alpine Electronics. Clarion. and alloy wheels (13-inch), and thigh support on the front seat.

As of 1985, trim that were offered the MG, ME, and ME-R for the sedan. Earlier packages were the VXR, VX, and VL, all the CVCC-II induction setup. fuel injection system was on the VTL-i, and VT-i.

As the hatchback continued to be manufactured as an only, the Vigor hatchback was with the trim packages and the ME-T until it was replaced by the Integra 2-door hatchback in Earlier trim packages for the hatchback were the TXL, TX, and TU the carburetor, and the TT-i with injection.

Vehicles that installed with fuel no longer used the CVCC [ 2 ] Some of the standard equipment on the hatchback and the MG and ME sedans included control, 2 position 4 Wheel leveling suspension, fuel computer, AM/FM cassette and two Coaxial loudspeakers. flow ventilation, velour interior split folding rear and a rear cargo cover for the The higher trim level hatchback and the ME-R also delayed interior illumination theater lighting), four speakers with the stereo power windows and locks, brakes front and rear, and sensitive power steering.

With some differences in the available between the Accord and the the vehicle was essentially the same. a vehicle with two different allowed Honda to sell the car at sales channels in Japan; the was sold at Honda Verno and the Accord was sold at Honda dealerships. The fully equipped 2-door hatchback offered carrying flexibility over the generation Nissan Leopard which was not a hatchback, an approach with the first and second Toyota Supra. Here is a television commercial for the Vigor

In 1997, Honda reused approach to add an enhanced version of the Accord, by duplicating their achieved on this generation Vigor, and naming the new car the Honda .

Second generation (CA1-CA2-CA3) [ ]

Honda Vigor 650
Honda Vigor 650
Honda Vigor 650
Honda Vigor 650
Honda Vigor 650
Honda Vigor 650

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