Honda Concerto – a compact class car produced in the United States and Japan by the British branch of the Japanese manufacturer Honda in cooperation with Rover – owned by Honda; in the years 1988 – 1994. The name of the car comes from the Italian word concert.
Auto predecessors such as the Honda Ballade (sedan) and the Honda Quint (liftback) divides the floorboard of the car Rover – Series 200 and Series 400 is sold in two body styles. In Europe, only available as a liftback. Versions for the Japanese market as an option can be purchased in a version with four-wheel drive. Between the English and Japanese difference was the suspension. British cars have MacPherson strut and the Japanese double wishbones. In the Japanese market the vehicle was also available with AWD.
The demise of the Honda Concerto was associated with a takeover by BMW British Rover.
Honda used to drive three petrol engines with capacities ranging from 1.4 to 1.6 liters and a high-pressure unit with a capacity of 1.8 l Auto accelerates to 100km/h in 12.6 seconds and a top speed of 170km/h. Provides the best performance engine with a capacity of 1.6 liters, made of alloy produced with capacities from 106 to 130hp. In the first case to 100km/h the car accelerates in 11.1 secondsTop speed is 190km/h The powerful engine uses dual overhead camshafts. Therefore, accelerating the car to 100km/h in 10.5 seconds and a top speed approaching 200km/h