1 Jun 2003
Honda’s front-wheel drive mid-sized sedan split into two – the smaller (and very stylish) Japan-sourced Euro, and a larger (and ultra conservative) Thai-built sedan.
The former brought the nameplate back to its late ‘70s glory days of critical and commercial success, with a sporty youthful style and demeanour long missing from mainstream Honda sedans.
Superb looks were linked to a dynamic platform to create an inspiring and refined driver’s car.
It’s aimed at people who like to mix the tasteful restraint of European design with a rewarding driving experience, who are less influenced by bells and whistles than by the innate quality of the car.