Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 98. Chapters: Honda Legend, Honda Accord, Honda Fit, Honda Insight, Honda Civic, Honda Prelude, Honda Odyssey, Honda NSX, Honda S2000, Honda CR-V, Honda CR-Z, Honda Element, Honda City, Honda Gyro, Honda Stepwgn, Honda Pilot, Honda Elysion, Honda 1300, Honda CR-X, Honda Integra DC5, Honda FCX Clarity, Honda Ascot, Honda Inspire, Honda Ridgeline, Honda Z, Honda Life, Honda Crossroad, Honda Stream, Honda N360, Honda Acty, Honda Beat, List of Honda vehicles, Honda Vamos, Honda Airwave, Honda Ballade, Honda EV Plus, Honda Passport, Honda HR-V, Honda Today, Honda Concerto, Honda Domani, Honda S800, Honda S600, Honda Mobilio Spike, Honda S360, Honda That's, Honda FR-V, Honda Logo, Honda T360, Honda bestselling models, Honda Orthia, Honda Avancier, Honda Quint, Honda Rafaga, Honda Torneo, Honda Capa, Honda SMX, Honda RN-01 G-cross, Honda S500, Honda L700, Honda Zest, Honda Jazz, Honda Life Dunk, Honda S series. Excerpt: The Honda Legend is a mid-size luxury car made by the Japanese automaker Honda. It was the result of Project XX, a joint agreement started in November 1981 with the Austin Rover Group of Great Britain and was mechanically related to the Rover 800 series. When the Legend made its appearance into the market, rival companies in Europe, Japan and North America took notice, and quickly introduced or revised products that could be compared to it. Toyota began development in 1983 with the F1 project, the code name for a secret flagship sedan effort that became the Lexus LS, and Nissan updated their premium flagship the President initially introduced in 1966, and offered the new President in North America as the Infiniti Q45. In 1986, Mitsubishi completely redesigned its flagship sedan, the Mitsubishi Debonair (introduced in 1964), and shared the new Debonair with South Korean manufacturer Hyundai, introducing the Hyundai Grande...Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.
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