1991 Honda Concerto

1991 Honda Concerto
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Honda Concerto Problems
Engine and suspension alongwith transmission
1989, changed the engine bcaz of engine
temprature problem ,couldnt find the exact
engine agai...
Engine cuts out
1994, engine cuts out wen in d4 after about 5
miles, but ok in d3, d2.....
Batter not charging
1992, my cars batter is not charging, it say
that it armature has problem, so i am looking

Engine size - Displacement - Engine capacity:1500 cm3
Transmission Gearbox - Number of speeds:Automatic
Fuel Type:Gasoline
Drive wheels - Traction - Drivetrain:FF
Price (out of date):$1600

1991 Honda Concerto specs, Engine size 1.5, Fuel type Gasoline, Drive wheels FF, Transmission Gearbox Automatic

The Honda Concerto (Japanese: ホンダ・コンチェルト) was an automobile produced by the British division of the Japanese manufacturer, from 1988 to 1994. Like its predecessor, the Honda Ballade, it shared its platform with a Rover product, namely the Rover 200 and Rover 400. The Concerto was also manufactured and sold in Japan. The Concerto was sold in both liftback and sedan form.

Engine choices were:

  • 1.4L (SOHC carb) with 88hp DIN (65kW)
  • 1.5L (SOHC SPI) with 90hp DIN (66kW)
  • 1.6L (SOHC MPI) with 115hp DIN (85kW)
  • 1.6L (DOHC MPI) with 130hp DIN (96kW)
  • 1.6L (DOHC carb) with 106hp DIN (80kW)
  • 1.8 TD turbodiesel, Peugeot-engined, sold in France, Italy and Portugal only.

In Japan and other Asian/ Australasian countries, the Concerto was also available with an SOHC 1.6L dual carb engine. 4WD was also an option in Japan. Interestingly the Concerto range featured a 1.6 16v SOHC engine, quite an unusual design to have sixteen valves on a single cam.

The Concerto was sold internationally on a platform which was larger than the popular Civic, it also offered more features than the Civic and was more prestige market.

One difference between the British built and Japanese built Concertos was that the front suspension - versions built in Swindon had MacPherson struts unlike their Japanese counterparts which had double wishbones.

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