Honda Quintet

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Rover Quintet (Australia, 1980–1985)
Rover Quintet ( Australia , 1980–1985)
Production period: 1980-1985
Class : Compact class
Body versions : Station wagon
Engines: Gasoline engine: 1.6 liters (59 kW)
Length: 4110 mm
Width: 1615 mm
Height: 1355 mm
Wheelbase : 2360 mm
Empty weight : 900 kg
Previous model none
successor Honda Integra

The Honda Quintet is a compact class model that was offered from 1980 to 1985. The sales name in Japan was Honda Quint .

Model history

The quintet shared the technology with the Honda Civic (chassis) and the Honda Accord (engine and transmission). It represents the five-door addition to the Civic in the compact class. It was only available with a 1.6 liter engine that developed 59 kW (80 hp). The quintet was available with a five-speed gearbox or a two-stage automatic. In addition, speed-dependent power steering was standard. In Australia the vehicle was sold as the Rover Quintet . This was the first time a Honda model was sold as a Rover. The successor was the Honda Integra in 1985 .

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