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Honda Develops New Entry-Level Formula Car, the Honda Side-by-Side

Honda Develops New Entry-Level Formula Car, the Honda Side-by-Side

Tokyo, September 19, 1997 - Honda Motor Co., Ltd. introduced today a new motorsport vehicle, the "Side-by-Side." It combines the advantages of two- and four-wheel vehicles to create a new kind of motorsport category. The Side-by-Side was de...

September 19, 1997 Japan

Honda Develops New Integrated Motor Assist (IMA) System

Honda Develops New Integrated Motor Assist (IMA) System

Tokyo, September 19, 1997 - Honda Motor Co., Ltd. announced today the development of a new power unit, the "Honda Integrated Motor Assist (IMA) System." This ultra-low fuel consumption power unit achieves consumption figures in excess of 30...

September 19, 1997 Japan

Honda Launches the 6th Generation Accord Series

Honda Launches the 6th Generation Accord Series

Tokyo, September 4, 1997 - Honda Motor Co., Ltd. introduced today the 6th generation of its Accord series. The Accord Sedan was developed around the concept of an "advanced, sporty sedan," while the Accord Wagon concept was that of an "...

September 4, 1997 Japan

Accord--Accord, Torneo, Accord Wagon

Accord--Accord, Torneo, Accord Wagon

Introduction The Accord's History Accord--A Worldwide Product World Accord Concept Japan Accord Concept Accord Concept and Technology

September 4, 1997 Japan

Honda's StepWGN (Step Wagon) Goes Through a Minor Model Change

Honda's StepWGN (Step Wagon) Goes Through a Minor Model Change

Tokyo, August 25, 1997 - Honda Motor Co., Ltd. updated today its popular 1.5 box StepWGN line-up by standardizing ABS and dual SRS airbags throughout the range and further adding a number of convenience features. This new StepWGN will be made availab...

August 25, 1997 Japan

Honda Adds New "Almas" Version to StepWGN (Step Wagon) Line-Up

Honda Adds New "Almas" Version to StepWGN (Step Wagon) Line-Up

Tokyo, August 25, 1997 - Honda Motor Co., Ltd. bolstered its StepWGN line-up with the introduction today of the "StepWGN Almas*1". This latest addition to the popular family mover "StepWGN" line-up features a hydro-electric lift t...

August 25, 1997 Japan

Honda's Odyssey Goes Through a Minor Model Change

Honda's Odyssey Goes Through a Minor Model Change

Tokyo, August 22, 1997 - Honda Motor Co., Ltd. introduced today its new Odyssey, following a minor model change. Highly praised for combining the utility of a one-box vehicle with sedan-like comfort and driving performance, the Odyssey is now even be...

August 22, 1997 Japan