Honda Orthia

Honda Orthia is a Japanese compact car from the manufacturer Honda Motor Co., Ltd. Produced from 1996 to 2002. The car is based on 6th generation Honda Civic. The car was manufactured in a typical version in a station wagon with front or all-wheel drive. The model name is intended to draw attention to unusual technical characteristics. It is borrowed from ancient Greek mythology – in honor of the goddess Artemis. In 1998, the release of the new Orthia modification – 2.0GX-S Aero, featuring a striking sporty design, began.

Engine Honda B20B

The B20B engine is Honda’s most popular and largest B-series engine. The representatives of this series are based on an aluminum cylinder block with steel liners. The engine has a twin-shaft head with sixteen valves. It uses a timing belt that requires timely replacement to avoid breaking it. The engine does not have hydraulic lifters, …

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Engine Honda B18B

The 1.8-liter Honda B18B gasoline engine was produced in Japan from 1992 to 2000 and was installed on several popular models of the company, primarily Civic and Integra. The B18B motor exists in four modifications, which are slightly different from each other.

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