The 2.3-liter Honda H23A engine was assembled at the company’s Japanese plant from 1992 to 2002 and installed on some modifications of the fourth-generation Accord and Prelude models. There were two versions of the motor: with a black cover without VTEC and charged with a blue cover.
The Honda Ascot is a Japanese compact sedan car produced from 1989 to 1997 by Honda Motor Co., Ltd. The model was assembled and sold only in the domestic Japanese market. The name of the model borrows the names of Ascot Racecourse and Ascot Tie, which, according to the developers, conveys the spirit of elegance and prestige of the model. In 1993, the 2nd generation of the car was released, which differs from the previous release in large dimensions.
The 2.5-liter Honda G25A engine was produced at a Japanese company from 1989 to 1998 and was installed on such large models of the company as Inspire, Rafaga, Ascot, Vigor, Saber. A well-known legend says that this engine was created from the power unit of a Formula 1 car.
The 2.0-liter Honda G20A gasoline engine was produced in Japan from 1989 to 1998 and was installed on a number of large models of the concern, such as Ascot, Rafaga, Saber, Inspire and Vigor. This power unit, according to a generally accepted legend, was created on the basis of a Formula 1 car engine.
The 2.0-liter Honda F20A gasoline engine was produced by the concern from 1989 to 2002 and was installed on a number of popular models of the Japanese company, primarily on the Accord and Prelude. There were three carburetor and five injection modifications of the F20A power unit.
The 1.8-liter Honda F18B gasoline engine was produced by the company from 1993 to 2002 and was installed in the fifth and sixth generations of the very popular worldwide Accord model. The F18B motor is found in a single modification, however, with varying degrees of forcing.