1991 to 1994
The Acura Vigor is a mid-size 4 door sedan built only from 1991 to 1994 of the Acura brands belonging to Honda.
As early as 1981, the model’s name Vigor was introduced by Honda for a version of the Honda Accord that was only available in Japan. With the introduction of the Acura brand, this model was then introduced as the Acura Vigor on the Third generation Honda version a more luxury compact.
in 1991 as part of a model change in the USA. In Japan, the model’s name also changed to Honda Inspire.The Acura Vigor is powered by a longitudinally mounted, inline 5-cylinder engine.Vigor comes standard with anti-lock brakes and a driver's side Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) air bag. Interior features include wood trimand, on GS models. leather seating. power moonroot and an Digital Signal Processor (DSP) audio system are Standard as is fully independent suspension.
The engine was the only available as a 2.5-liter five-cylinder G25A engine with 131 kW (176 hp). In the 1994 model year, the vehicle was slightly redesigned, a passenger airbag was now included as standard with a LS and GS models.
Acceleration 8.6 sec.
Acceleration (quarter mile) 16.6 sec.
Fuel Economy per gallon: 20/26
The successor, which appeared in 1995, was given a new name: Acura TL.
Acura Vigor Technical details and specifications (1991-1994)
Body Construction: steel unibody
Wheelbase: 110.4 in.;
Overall Length: 190.4 in.
Height: (Vigor) 52.0 in.
Width: (Vigor) 70.1;
Front Tread:(Vigor) 59.8 in.
Rear Tread: (Vigor) 59.4 in.
Inline, single-overhead-cam five-cylinder (20-valve).
Aluminum alloy block and head.
Displacement: 150 cid (2451 cc).
Bore & Stroke: 3.35 x 3.4 in. (85 x 86.4 mm).
Compression Ratio: 9.0:1.
Brake Horsepower: 176 hp at 6300 rpm.
Torque: 170 lbs.-ft. at 3900 rpm.
Programmed fuel injection with Dual Stage Induction System.
TRANSMISSION DRIVE LINE:
Layout: front-engine, front-dive
Transmission: five-speed manual or four-speed automatic;
rack and pinion.
front disc, rear disc.
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