Overview of the Car
The company Honda introduced a new modification of Grace Sedan with a gasoline internal combustion engine for the Japanese market. Initially, the model can be bought only with a hybrid power plant with capacity of 137 hp. Now the car is equipped with a 1.5-liter DOHC i-VTEC power of 132 hp, which is paired with a CVT. The manufacturer claims the fuel consumption is about 4.5 liters per 100 kilometers. By analogy with the hybrid version of the compact sedan is available with front- or all-wheel drive. The torque is transmitted by means of viscous clutch to the rear axle. Honda Grace was introduced in the year 2014 and in Japanese used car market, all models of the car i.e 2017, 2016, 2015 and 2014 have huge demand. The car is exported all over the world from japan including but not limited to Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Singapore, Malaysia as well as African countries.
Features of Honda Grace
The equipment of Grace includes automatic climate control, steering wheel with leather braiding and SmartKey access system. It is noteworthy that the electric side mirrors synchronized with the central locking system – change the position of the mirror depending on the opening and closing of the machine.
- BE/BL/BM Series (1973-1993)
- K Series (1972-1999)
- W40 Series (1993-1999)
- W41 Series (1999–present)
These are the diesel engines of 2.8 and 3.6 liters, respectively. These engines were later upgraded to more powerful, cleaner units. A very large (53 seater) rear-engaged bus, called Journey K, appeared in 1972 and was replaced by Isuzu Erga Mio in 1999. There was also a Light Duty Journey E, which is still made on the basis of Elf, but the bodywork is supplied by the outside firm.