Honda Accord 1982 posters

Honda Accord

The Honda Accord made its debut on 22 September 1981, being sold in Japan, Europe, and North America. It was the first Japanese-engineered vehicle to offer computer-controlled fuel injection (PGM-FI) with one injector per cylinder, firstly seen on the ES series 1.8L engine. It quickly became popular in the American market, being the number one best-selling Japanese nameplate for 15 years. In Japan, it was released alongside the Honda Vigor, sold through two different sales channels. Modernizing its interior and exterior, the second generation Accord maintained its engine as the original, which was a 1,751 cc (1.751 L; 106.9 cu in) EK-1 CVCC. Models with manual transmissions and CVCC carburators earned a fuel efficiency of 13.6 km/L (38 mpg-imp; 32 mpg-US). On the other hand, PGM-FI models (ES3 series engine) earned 13.2 km/L (37 mpg-imp; 31 mpg-US) fuel efficiency, with a higher power output at 130 PS (95.6 kW; 128.2 bhp). The consistently maintained speed of 60 km/h (37.3 mph) awarded fuel efficiencies of 23 km/L (65 mpg-imp; 54 mpg-US) for CVCC models, and 22 km/L (62 mpg-imp; 52 mpg-US) for PGM-FI models.

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