Honda Accord HB 1985 posters

Honda Accord HB

Launched in 1981 in Japan, Europe and North America, the Accord made its U.S. debut from Honda's Marysville, Ohio plant. That same year it made Accord the best-selling Japanese nameplate in the American market and has held onto that title for 15 years. It had a sister model in Japan called the Honda Vigor, sold through Honda's different sales channels, Clio and Verno. On 24 May 1984, the Accord brought another first for Japanese-engines vehicles with multiple port fuel injection on the ES 1.8 L engine, nicknamed PGM-FI. Improving both its interior and exterior, the second-generation model had the same 1.751 cc (1.751 L; 106.9 cu in) EK-1 CVCC engine. Cars with a manual transmission and a carburetor carried an impressive 13.6 km/L (38 mpg-imp; 32 mpg-US) below 10 Japanese government emissions tests modes and a remarkable 110 PS (80.9 kW; 108.5 bhp). Meanwhile, those with the PGM-FI (ES3 series engine) scored 13.2 km/L (37 mpg-imp; 31 mpg-US) and boasted 130 PS (95.6 kW; 128.2 bhp). With consistently maintained speed at 60 km/h (37.3 mph), these cars earned an impressive 22 km/L (62 mpg-imp; 52 mpg-US).

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