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'''Honda Ascot (CE4/CE5). 1993–7 (prod. n/a). 4-door sedan. F/F, 1996, 2451 cm³ (I5 OHC).''' Boxy, formal sedan, but 1,695 mm wide to fit with Japanese class 5 requirements, with five-cylinder engines mounted longitudinally. Platform modified from predecessor. Cramped rear, but greater boot space. Sister car called [[Honda Rafaga]].
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'''Honda Ascot (CE4/CE5). 1993–7 (prod. n/a). 4-door sedan. F/F, 1996, 2451 cm³ (I5 OHC).''' Boxy, formal sedan, but 1,695 mm wide to fit with Japanese class 5 requirements, with five-cylinder engines mounted longitudinally. Platform modified from predecessor. Taller than before in an effort to maintain interior room, but rear still cramped. Greater boot space. Sister car called [[Honda Rafaga]].
  
  

Latest revision as of 02:56, 23 February 2018

1994 Honda Ascot.jpg

Honda Ascot (CE4/CE5). 1993–7 (prod. n/a). 4-door sedan. F/F, 1996, 2451 cm³ (I5 OHC). Boxy, formal sedan, but 1,695 mm wide to fit with Japanese class 5 requirements, with five-cylinder engines mounted longitudinally. Platform modified from predecessor. Taller than before in an effort to maintain interior room, but rear still cramped. Greater boot space. Sister car called Honda Rafaga.


Manufacturing location: Japan

Marque: Honda | Model: Honda Ascot | Predecessor: Honda Ascot (CB) | Successor: Honda Torneo





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