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HONDA VIN LOCATION


The name of the car - the EU-8 / Civic 1,3 (2-door) and EU 9 / Civic 1,4 (2-door)


ED 2 / Civic 1,4 (4-door limousine)


ED 7 or 9 / Civic 1.6 (2-DV. From the back door) or Civic 1.6 i VT (July 1990)


The vehicle identification number (VIN) - In the engine compartment, on the right, on the front of the car body.


Number of the motor - the part of the drive to the crankcase (or on the motor housing).


Typical / nameplates - In the engine compartment, left, peredeke body.




The name of the car - her 4 / Civic Shuttle 1,6


ED 9 or 8 / Civic CRX 1.6 i or Civic CRX 1.6 i VT (with 7.90; 110 kW)


ED 4 / Civic 1,6 (4-door limousine)


The vehicle identification number (VIN) - In the engine compartment, on the right, on the front of the car body.


Number of the motor - the part of the drive to the crankcase (or on the motor housing).


Typical / nameplates - In the engine compartment, left, peredeke body.




The name of the car - VA 4 / Prelude 2,0


The vehicle identification number (VIN) - In the engine compartment, on the right, on the front of the car body.


Number of the motor - the part of the drive to the crankcase (or on the motor housing).


Typical / nameplates - In the engine compartment, left, peredeke body.




The name of the car - SL5 or SA4 / Accord 2.0 (limousine and Aerodeck) or Accord 1.6


ST 3 or ST 7 / Accord 2.0 or 2.2 (October 1989)


The vehicle identification number (VIN) - In the engine compartment, on the right, on the front of the car body.


Number of the motor - the part of the drive to the crankcase (or on the motor housing).


Typical / nameplates - In the engine compartment, left, peredeke body.




The name of the car - HS or SC 4 / Legend limo (4-door)


KA 3 / Legend Coupe


The vehicle identification number (VIN) - In the engine compartment, on the right, on the front of the car body.


Number of the motor - the part of the drive to the crankcase (or on the motor housing).



Typical / nameplates - In the engine compartment, left, peredeke body.

Honda Accord
Honda Accord

Honda History

Using funding offered by a friend (Kato Shichiro) Honda started Tokai Seiki in 1937. This company crafted piston rings for the Toyota Company for a short period of time. In time Honda learned to mass produce engine rings for Toyota. During World War Two this company was placed under the control of the War Ministry. Following the destruction of one factory during the war and one more in 1945 due to the Mikawa earthquake, a new era in the history of Honda began with the construction of a motorized bicycle under the auspices of the name Honda Technical Research Institute.

 

The first car model to be built in the history of the Honda brand was the T360, which was in fact a small truck driven by a motorcycle engine and chain drive unit. The first production automobile, the S500 sports car, would soon follow, it too was chain driven using a Honda motorcycle engine. During the ensuing years Honda would continue to develop new lines of vehicles and expand their horizons.

 

In 1973 Honda was ready to export its cars to the United States as the first Honda Civic was offered to buyers in the Denton, Frisco, and Lewisville areas. These highly fuel efficient cars were exactly what the American public needed as the energy crisis hit full swing and gas prices soared. In 1974 the Honda CVCC four stroke engine was only incredibly fuel efficient but the Civic became the first car to meet the new EPA Clean Air Act standards without the need for a catalytic converter.

 

By 1979 a new stage in the history of Honda was underway as they became the first Japanese automobile manufacturer to open a production facility in the U.S. 1982 saw the Accord being built at the brand new Marysville, Ohio manufacturing facility. Many of these cars would soon find their way onto the streets of Frisco and Lewisville. In 1984 the Honda CRX-HF would be the first car in the world to reach an EPA rating of 50 mpg.

The Honda Technical Research Institute was liquidated in 1949 and the resulting funds used to found Honda Motor Co. Ltd., a name that has become very well known on the streets of Denton, Frisco, and Lewisville, TX. During this early period the company focused on building motorcycles and by 1964 was one of the world’s largest motorcycle manufacturers.

 

In 1986 Honda launched its Acura luxury car line, offering the sporty Integra and flagship Legend. These models were offered through 60 different dealerships across the U.S. Not satisfied with this, in 1988 Honda became the first American built automobile to be exported to Japan. The Honda Accord has the distinction of being the first car built by an international car maker to earn the distinction of being the best-selling car in the U.S.

 

Not content to rest on its laurels, in 1990 Honda launched the Acura NSX. This was the world’s first all-aluminum bodied automobile. It would also be the first to be fitted with the Variable Timing and Lift Electronic Control (VTEC) engine. The following year the Accord wagon would become the first vehicle in the history of Honda to be completely designed and built in the U.S. Mid-decade the Civic became the first car to meet the California Low-Emission Vehicle standards. Two years later the Accord met California’s Ultra-Low Emission Vehicle standards.

 

In 2001 the U.S. manufactured Civic Coupe became the first compact car to be given a full 5 star safety rating by the NTHSA (National Traffic Highway Safety Administration), making them one of the safest cars on the roads of Denton. 2002 saw the first Honda Civic Hybrid, a combination gas/electric car that achieved 70 mpg. In this same year the FCX was introduced as the first fuel cell powered vehicle to be certified for everyday use in the U.S. by the EPA.

 

Innovation continues to abound as Honda continues to investigate more ways to create hybrids and ultra-safe and fuel efficient vehicles. The Honda vehicles available at Honda of Denton are among the finest on the road today. While they may bear little resemblance to the first T360 produced in 1963, the same dedication to quality seen with this model can still be found in every car, truck, SUV, and van ever built in the history of Honda.

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