The Honda Vigor is a 4-door, front-wheel-drive mid-size luxury sedan that was first introduced by the Japanese car company Honda in September 1989.
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Another distinctive feature of the Honda Vigor car from its fellow Accord was the engine and its placement. Under the hood, the Vigor was no longer installed four, but the five-cylinder 20-valve engine G25A I5, which in turn was located longitudinally (the Accord had a transverse engine). The power unit was of two options: the volume of 2.0 and 2.5 liters, whose power was 165 hp (at 6700 rpm) and 190 hp (at 6500 rpm), respectively. For engines, the manufacturer also offered two transmission options: a 5-speed manual gearbox and a 4-speed automatic transmission.
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As for the interior of the sedan Honda Vigor, it was quite spacious, well equipped and had a great design. The list of standard options included: power windows, power mirrors, adjustable steering column, air conditioning with climate control system.
In 1992, the car was somewhat modernized both externally and technically. This is especially reflected in the equipment of the cabin. Now, as standard, it was possible to meet the electric drive seats, driver and passenger airbags and many other options. Also worth noting is the emergence of a traction control system.
In the final 1994 model year, the car Honda Vigor underwent another minor changes that affected the suspension and steering. The suspension of the sedan has become softer, and the steering mechanism has been improved, which reduced the impact of road irregularities on the steering column.
Production of the Honda Vigor model was discontinued in January 1995.