Top Honda Classic Models to Check Out
If you look at today’s cars, you will notice one thing they all have in common – they’re all as sleek as they can get. They also feature so many things that people would and do love. However, despite all those, classic cars still have their own charm. If you are into classic cars or thinking about getting one for yourself, you might want to check these classic Honda car models. Our new Honda Inventory is packed with today’s top models such as the Accord, Pilot, Civic, CR-V, and Odyssey.
1970 Honda Z600
This classic model of Honda was sold from 1970 to around 1973. This served as the sports car version of N600. They were both sold at American motorcycle dealerships as there were no automobile dealerships at the time. It got its name from its engine size which was around 589 cc. In America, sadly, it was only sold until 1972 just before Honda Civic was released.
1973 Honda Civic
1973 Honda Civic was basically Honda N600 2.0. The wheelbase, width, length, and height were all increased here. It particularly became a hit in Britain when it was launched in 1972. Do know that this was also the year when Nissan and Toyota, both the toughest competitors, had extremely high sales. What made it click to the people in Britain were its design and economical engine. Around this time, Britain was suffering from an oil crisis.
1978 Honda Prelude
For one of the first and classic sports cars from Honda, we have the 1978 Honda Prelude. It’s a two-door coupe that was launched in Japan in 1978 and in Amsterdam in 1979. It was one of the two cars to have power steering. Its traditional trademark was its power moon roof.
1990 Honda NSX
A slightly sleeker two-door and two-seater design from Honda was the 1990 Honda NSX. The name stood for New Sportscar Experimental. Masahito Nakano and Shigeru Uehara led the team that designed the NSX.
The first releases of this car model were marketed both in Hong Kong and North America. The idea was to manufacture a car that could be as fast as the ones coming from Germany and Italy.
1964 Honda S600
If you like something that goes back to the 1960s, you might fancy the 1964 Honda S600. It had such a vintage Hollywood vibe that people with old souls would love. It was the first car that was mass-marketed. It was first released in right-hand drive alone but soon became available in a left-hand variant.
1976 Honda Accord
This became one of the best-selling cars in the United States. It’s a sedan that was first launched in May of 1976. Initially, it only has three doors which soon evolved to a four-door sedan.
1988 Honda CRX
The 1988 Honda CRX was a compact two-door front-wheel-drive sports car and the first CRX for the second generation of CRX. There had been tons of upgrades from the first generation including engine, bumpers, lights, brakes, hood, dashboard designs, and suspensions.
If you’re planning to buy a classic Honda car, you may choose from the ones on the list. The only catch here is that they can be hard to find. However, one may be worth it because despite the modern designs of cars nowadays, you can never go wrong with a classic.