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Honda Accord Sedan 1985 posters

Honda Accord Sedan

Debuting on 22 September 1981, the Honda Accord was a revolutionary car released in Japan, Europe, and in North America. It was the first Honda Accord to be built in the United States, at Honda's Marysville, Ohio plant. The same model year, the Honda Vigor was introduced as a "sister model" in Japan sold at a different sales channel. On 24 May 1984, the Accord was among the first to offer a computer controlled fuel injection system with one injector per cylinder, also known as multiple port fuel injection, or PGM-FI. The second generation Accord had a more modernized interior and exterior, but retained the same engine, 1,751 cc (1.751 L; 106.9 cu in) EK-1 CVCC engine. Its fuel efficiency and horsepower relied on the transmission type, with the manual transmission and carburator variant offering 13.6 km/L (38 mpg-imp; 32 mpg-US) and 110 PS (80.9 kW; 108.5 bhp), respectively, with consistently maintained speeds at 60 km/h (37.3 mph). On the other hand, cars with PGM-FI earned 13.2 km/L (37 mpg-imp; 31 mpg-US) and 130 PS (95.6 kW; 128.2 bhp) with the same speed setting. Since its arrival in the US market, the Accord has remained the best-selling Japanese nameplate, having held its title for around 15 years.

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