Honda spirior china

08-14 Acura Tsx/Honda Accord/Spirior Cu2 Cheat Sheet


— Tech Specs —

Production 2008 – present

Assembly — Sayama, Japan

China ,where it is manufactured by Dongfeng Honda]

Body and chassis

Body style 4-door sedan

Layout FF layout

Engine 2.0L R20A3 I4[1]

2.2L N22A2 I4 Turbodiesel (2009-)

Transmission 5-speed automatic

Wheelbase 2,705 mm (106.5 in)

Length Sedan: 4,726 mm (186.1 in)

Tourer: 4,740 mm (186.6 in)

Width 1,840 mm (72.4 in)

Height 1,440 mm (56.7 in)

Predecessor Honda Accord (Japan and Europe seventh generation)

It was a version with wagon body. The concept vehicle was unveiled in 2007 Frankfurt Motor Show. Production version included 2.4L DOHC i-VTEC engine rated 206 PS (152 kW; 203 hp), 5-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters. The vehicle went on sale in 2008-12-05 in Japanese market.Honda has plans on releasing the Accord Tourer in the US as the Acura TSX wagon in Fall 2010 as a 2011 model.

The new Honda Accord Type S was unveiled in Geneva in March 2009. The Type S is available in both Saloon and Tourer. The Type S has 18" alloy wheels, a front spoiler, and a rear diffuser (Saloon only) which differentiate it from the other models.

Honda Debuts Spirior And B Sedan Concepts In China

Honda Spirior concept, 2014 Beijing Auto Show

Honda used the recent 2014 Beijing Auto Show to debut two new sedan concepts that preview future production models for the Chinese market. One is closely related to the recently revealed 2015 Acura TLX, while the other is targeted at the subcompact sedan market comprised of models such as the Chevrolet Sonic, Ford Fiesta and Mazda 2 sedans.

The bigger of the two concepts is called the Spirior, which is the Chinese market name for the Acura TSX. In other parts of the globe, the Spirior was sold as the Honda Accord Euro. With the TSX being replaced by the new TLX, the Spirior concept shows a design heavily influenced by the look of the new TLX although there are some subtle differences.

The Spirior concept will enter production at the end of this year. It will be produced by Honda’s joint venture with Chinese automaker Dongfeng and be sold exclusively in the Chinese market. There are no plans to sell this car in other markets at present, although it does present possibilities for a new generation of the Honda Accord Euro.

The smaller concept is called the Concept B, and as its name suggests it is a B-segment vehicle (what we would call a subcompact). Honda has confirmed that the Concept B will spawn a production model in about two years. The vehicle will feature themes developed using principles from the automaker’s ‘Exciting H Design. ’ design language and a liftback rear hatch.

For more from the 2014 Beijing Auto Show, head to our dedicated hub.

Honda Spirior Concept debuts on the Beijing Auto Show

The Honda Spirior Concept debuted on the 2014 Beijing Auto Show. The Spirior Concept previews the next-generation Honda Spirior sedan that will be launched on the China car market late this year. The current Honda Spirior is known as Acura TSX in North America and as Honda Accord (8th gen) in Europe and Japan.

The current Honda Spirior, manufactured in China by the Dongfeng-Honda joint venture. Price starts at 215.800 yuan and ends at 255.800 yuan. Engines: 2.0 and 2.4 petrol four-cylinder petrol.

The new 2015 Honda Spirior will keep the same engine, tuned up a bit and mated to a new 8-speed DCT. The production version is expected to debut on the Guangzhou Auto Show in December, with a launch on the Chinese auto market scheduled for early 2015.

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2018 Honda Spirior Release Date, Price and Interior

2018 Honda Spirior – China’s only spirited Accord! This model is a strange deal for Honda if viewed globally. Extremely wanted in the US, completely abandoned in Europe and relatively lucrative in China. Let’s put it this way. Honda sells more Accords in the US during one month than it sells in China for a whole year. Or even better, Americans bought more of this mid-size sedan in two days during 2015, than Europeans did for whole mentioned year! Japanese determinedly pull the plug for Europe, but worlds most populous country remained on the menu. So, what kind of Accord does Chinese have?

First of All

Well, they have more than one kind of the Accord, which is for sure. You can go for, what is, almost visually identical ninth generation of US’s Accord, one that has been just replaced there, but then it gets interesting. There is one more Accord, actually dubbed Spirior and it was introduced to China in 2009. Back then, it was the same model as Europe’s eighth generation Accord, which was the same model as US’s Acura TSX. Then in 2015, China went separate path by introducing new generation completely visually unique, which is the one that we are now going to dwell about. So, what gives with this 2018 Honda Spirior?

A Tad Better?

So, of course, Chinese Accord and Spririor are similar products. Both are Hondas, both are mid-size sedans, and the price difference is not that significant. The point of Spirior, then? For those searching for Accord with a bit of flare. It comes as a bit more stylish and tad more luxurious product. One glimpse at side profile and you’ll notice much more elegantly sloped roof with sleek and thin C-pillar, above more expressed rear haunches. Fascia is significantly more aggressive, there is more meshing for grille and intakes, while hood has some dynamic carvings.

Further more, head lights are slimmer with internals in high resemblance to Acura’s “jewel eye” recipe. Mirrors are planted on shoulder line, rather than at A-pillar, and the whole tail is much more dynamically sculptured. Interior follows same vigorous suit. The whole dash is oriented toward the driver, while stuff like red inserts, contrast stitching and carbon veneer, all add to increased sportier flavor. A tad better? No, a lot better, if you ever wished more zeal from (plain) Accord.

Ways of Moving

You can choose between naturally aspirated 2.0-liter and 2.4-liter four-cylinders paired with 8-speed DCT; (which stands for dual-clutch) or regular CVT automatic. The first unit is rated at 153 hp and 140 lb-ft of torque, taking almost twelve seconds to 60 mph. That is painfully long and completely in the feud with vigorous styling, so the second option is to go for. It delivers 205 hp and 182 lb-ft, taking much more pleasing 8.6 seconds to 60 mph. It could be hardly labeled as sporty. That might be the reason to check out hybrid mixing weaker engine with an electric motor. Horsepower is barely up from 2.4-liter’s (+7hp), but torque rises significantly, by 50 lb-ft and never forget that one coming from electricity is always present.

2018 Honda Spirior Price and Release Date

2018 Honda Spirior is available in China, and it could be yours if you are willing to splash 179,900 yuan ($26,700) for a start. Feistier petrol engine asks for 229,900 yuan ($34,000), which is a steep surcharge, while hybrid starts at 249,900 yuan ($37,200). Overall, nice deal for more flamboyant Accord, not asking more than around two grand for its boosted character. If you are in the US and sad about missing the Spirior deal, check again the news about the new Accord and its vigorous outfit; If you are in Europe mourning about the lack of Honda’s sedans, it’s your fault. Have you bought them in the past, they would still be there.