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Honda Quint

 from 1986 to 1989

Honda Quint road car

1986 : Generation 1

The Honda Quint is a subcompact car manufactured by Honda Motor Co.
of Japan.
It was introduced in 1980 in Japan as an upscale Honda Civic 4-door hatchback, and joined the Honda Prelude, Honda Ballade, and Honda Vigor at the then newly established Japanese dealership sales channel called Honda Verno.
The Quint was available to export markets including Europe and Southeast Asia in 1981.
Its export name was Honda Quintet.
The word "quintet" describes a musical group with five members.
Due to the fact that both the four-door Ballade sedan, and the five-door hatchback Quintet were both high luxury content vehicles derived from the Honda Civic, the Ballade represented a type of music, and the Quintet represented a musical group.
The Quint was updated in 1985, and was renamed the Honda Concerto that was sold at the newly established Honda Clio luxury dealership sales channel, and also served as the basic platform to the Honda Quint Integra.
This model was also sold in Australia for between 1983 and 1985 as the Rover Quintet. The car came with a 1602 cc four-cylinder engine which developing 60 kilowatts (80 hp) and 126 newton metres (93 lbf·ft) of torque.
This engine was coupled with a five-speed manual transmission or an optional three-speed semi-automatic.
Speed sensitive power steering and fully independent suspension with MacPherson struts and front and rear anti-roll bars were also featured.

Honda Quint Integra  (1986-1989)

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