What is the CC power of Honda City?

What is the CC power of Honda City?

What is the CC power of Honda City?

In 2012, the Honda City V is shown for the first time. This 4-door, 5-seat sedan (saloon) integrates FWD (front wheel drive). The Honda City V has a length of 4416.00 mm and a width of 1694.00 mm. Its height is 1469.00 mm. The wheelbase length of this model is 2549.00 mm. Its front track is 1492.00 mm long and the rear track is 1476.00 mm long. The ride height of this car is equal to 150.00 mm. He has an own weight/mass of 1120 kg. The Honda City V engine has a displacement of 1497 cc and is equipped with 4 cylinders. Those cylinders with 4 valves per cylinder are arranged in line inside the engine block. They have a bore of 73.00 mm and a stroke length of 89.40 mm. The compression ratio on this engine is 10.40:1. Besides, This is a SOHC (single overhead cam) and naturally aspirated (air compressor/air compressor) type engine, with wet sump as a lubrication system. He is in the front of the vehicle, in a transverse position. As a combustion system he uses programmable injection. The engine produces its maximum torque (torque) of 145 Nm at 4800 rpm and a maximum power of 88 kW / 120 hp at 6600 rpm. The fuel tank has a capacity of 42.00 l. This model is with a 5-speed automatic transmission. The gear ratio is 0.55:1. The steering ratio is 0.55:1. The front braking system uses ventilated disc brakes. The rear wheels have disc brakes, servo-brakes. The front suspension consists of stabilizer bar, independent system, MacPherson (leg) system, and the rear suspension uses a torsion axle. The size of the front tires is 5.5J x 15. The rear tires are 5.5J x 15 in size. The code for the size and type of the front wheels is 175/65 R 15. The rear tires have a size and type code of 175/65 R 15. This model has a power assist rack and pinion type steering system electrical. The steering wheel makes 3.29 turns from lock to lock. This model has a power assist rack and pinion type steering system. The steering wheel makes 3.29 turns from lock to lock. This model has a power assist rack and pinion type steering system. The steering wheel makes 3.29 turns from lock to lock.

The name of the company, manufacturer of the automobile.
The series to which this model belongs.
The car model.
City V
A code that identifies the model.
The family to which the model belongs.
Start of Manufacture
The year in which the manufacture of this model begins.
Bodywork / Bodywork
Information about the type of bodywork / bodywork of this car.
sedan (saloon)
Traction System Type
The type of traction system, which is used on the vehicle.
FWD (front wheel drive)
Number of seats with which the car has.
Number of doors with which the car has.
Length of the car – the distance from the rearmost point of the car to the most forward point.
4416.00 mm (millimeters)

173.8583 in (inches)

14.4882 ft (feet)

Width Width
of the car – mirrors, door handles, lights and other devices are not included in the measurements. The width is measured with doors closed and the wheels positioned forward.
1694.00 mm (millimeters)

66.6929 in (inches)

5.5577 ft (feet)

Height of the car – the distance between the lowest point, next to the ground, and the highest point of the car.
1469.00 mm (millimeters)

57.8346 in (inches)

4.8196 ft (feet)

The distance between the centers of the front and rear wheels; the distance between the front and rear axle.
2549.00 mm (millimeters)

100.3543 in (inches)

8.3629 ft (feet)

Front track
The distance between the wheels of the front axle.
1492.00 mm (millimeters)

58.7402 in (inches)

4.8950 ft (feet)

Rear track
The distance between the wheels of the rear axle.
1476.00 mm (millimeters)

58.1102 in (inches)

4.8425 ft (feet)

Ride Height / Clearance
The distance between the lowest point of the car’s chassis/frame and the ground.
150.00 mm (millimeters)

5.9055 in (inches)

0.4921 ft (feet)

The own weight of the car is measured by means of standard equipment and in the presence of all necessary materials, without the presence of passengers and additional luggage.
1120 kg (kilos)

2469.18 lbs (pounds)

Percentage of weight distribution on the front and rear wheels of the car.
Engine manufacturer
Name of the engine-manufacturing company.
Engine Code
Information about the engine code.
Engine Displacement / Displacement / Capacity
The maximum capacity of the fuel mixture that the engine can handle in one complete cycle. The displacement of the engine is the sum of the displacement of the pistons (the part of the cylinder between the top dead point and the bottom dead point).
~ 1.5 l (liters)

1497 cc (cubic centimeters)

Number of Cylinders
The total number of cylinders in the engine. The cylinder is the space in which the piston moves between TDC (Top Dead Point) and BDC (Bottom Dead Point).
Cylinder Arrangement
Information about the order/arrangement of the cylinders in the engine. The most frequent arrangements of the cylinders are: in line, in V and in opposition (boxer).
Number of valves per cylinder
Most contemporary internal combustion engines have two or more valves per cylinder that control the processes in the cylinder. Intake valves serve to control the air and fuel entering the cylinder. Exhaust valves ensure cylinder cleanliness of exhaust gases.
Cylinder Bore
Information about the diameter of the cylinders in the engine. In most contemporary engines the cylinder bore varies in the range of 70mm – 105mm.
73.00 mm (millimeters)

2.8740 in (inches)

0.2395 ft (feet)

Piston Stroke
The distance of movement of the piston between top dead center and bottom dead center within the cylinder.
89.40 mm (millimeters)

3.5197 in (inches)

0.2933 ft (feet)

Compression Ratio
The compression ratio indicates how many times the combustion mixture reduces in volume during the movement of the piston from the lower dead point to the upper dead point. The compression ratio is a parameter firmly embedded in the engine design and does not change over time. .
“Mean effective pressure” or “Break mean efficiency pressure” is the pressure on the piston of internal combustion engines. In the case of turbocharged engines this pressure is always higher than the pressure in naturally aspirated engines.
176.54 psi (pounds per square inch)

1217.20 kPa (kilopascals)

12.17 bar (bars)

Depending on the type of filling, the engine can be atmospheric (naturally aspirated) and supercharged (turbo/supercharged).
atmospheric (naturally aspirated/air compressor)
Engine Type
The type of the engine based on the number and arrangement of camshafts, intake valves, exhaust valves, etc.
SOHC (single overhead camshaft)
Greasing / lubrication system
The lubrication system is used to lubricate the elements of the engine. Lubrication reduces friction and, respectively, wear of the elements being in contact during the work of the engine. There are two main types of lubrication systems – dry sump and wet sump.
wet sump
Number of crankshaft bearings
The crankshaft makes a rotational movement with the help of the bearings. The number of bearings depends on the type of motor.
Mainly two types of engine cooling are used – air cooling and water cooling. In the case of air cooling, heat is released through contact with air, while in the case of water cooling, liquid fluids with antifreeze compounds are used.
water cooling
The intercooler is installed between the turbocharger and the intake manifold and serves to cool the air entering the turbine. As the temperature decreases, the density of the air increases and thus more oxygen molecules enter the engine.
not available
Engine position
Information on whether the engine is positioned in the front (front engine), behind (rear engine) or in the middle of the car (mid engine).
in the front part
Engine Orientation
Information on whether the engine is oriented longitudinally or transversely of the vehicle.
Combustion system
The combustion system serves to form, transport and feed the cylinders with fuel mixture.
programmable injection
Catalytic Converter / Catalytic Converter
The catalytic converter (catalytic converter) manages exhaust gases from the engine before leaving the car. That eliminates a part of the harmful gas emissions through a chemical reaction.
Maximum Power
The maximum power that the motor can develop.
88 kW (kilowatts)

120 hp (horsepower-metric)

118 bhp (horsepower-UK)

Revolutions (maximum power)
The revolutions per minute required for the engine to develop its maximum power.
6600 rpm (rotation per minute)
Maximum motor torque
The maximum torque that can be generated by the motor.
145 Nm (newton-meters)

106 ft-lb (foot-pounds)

14 kgm (kilogram-meters)

Revolutions (Max Torque)
The revolutions per minute required for the engine to develop its maximum torque.
4800 rpm (rotation per minute)
Maximum speed
The maximum speed that can be developed by the car.
Maximum Revolutions Per Minute
The maximum number of revolutions that can be made by the crankshaft in one minute.
0 – 60 mph
The time, in seconds, required for the car to accelerate from 0 to 60 miles per hour.
0 – 100 km/h
The time, in seconds, needed for the vehicle to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h.
Quarter mile – time
The time, in seconds, required for the car to pass a quarter mile.
Drag / Drag Coefficient (C d /C x /C w )
The air resistance coefficient shows the degree to which the shape of the car has an aerodynamic improvement than a parallelepiped with the same proportions. Most cars have a drag coefficient between 0.30 and 0.35 C d is also known as C x in France and C w in Germany.
Front area / Reference surface (A)
The area at the front of the car, coming into contact with the opposite airflow.
Drag surface / resistance (C d A)
Reflects the efficiency of the car in terms of aerodynamics and is obtained by multiplying the drag coefficient (C d ) and the frontal surface (A). The smaller this value is, the better the aerodynamics of the vehicle.
Volume / capacity of tank / tank
The maximum amount of fuel / fuel that the tank / tank of the car can contain.
42.00 l (liters)

11.10 US gal (US gallons)

9.24 UK gal (British gallons)

Fuel consumption – urban
The amount of fuel, necessary to travel 100 km in urban conditions, where the speed varies between 0 and 50 km/h.
Fuel consumption – extra-urban
The amount of fuel, necessary to travel 100 km in extra-urban conditions, where the speed varies from 80 to 120 km/h.
Fuel Consumption – Combined
The combined value of the vehicle’s fuel consumption in urban and extra-urban conditions.
CO 2 emissions
Information on the amount of carbon dioxide emitted by the vehicle. The average value of CO 2 emitted by contemporary automobiles is 167 grams per kilometer.
Front suspension
Information about the front suspension. The suspension is the system that relates the wheels and axles to the frame/coupe of the car. The suspension isolates the coupe from external influences such as vibrations as a result of roughness, etc.
stabilizer bar

independent system

MacPherson system (leg)

Rear suspension
Information about the elements used in the rear suspension of the car.
torsional axis
The transmission/gearbox/gearbox transmits the rotational torque from the engine to the wheels of the car.
Gears / Gears
The number of gears/gears in the car’s gearbox.
Gear Ratio / Reduction Ratio / Transmission Ratio
The gear ratio or transmission/reduction ratio expresses the relationship between the number of teeth on the crown/wheel and the number of teeth on the pinion.
Steering ratio
The steering ratio expresses the relationship between the rotations of the gearbox output shaft and the rotations of the driven wheel.
Braking system – front wheels
Braking system, used for the front wheels. The braking system serves to delay the movement of the car, as well as for its complete stop.
ventilated disc brakes
Braking system – rear wheels
Braking system, used for the rear wheels.
disc brakes


Front brake discs
Diameter of the front brake discs.
Rear brake discs
Diameter of the rear brake discs.
Front tires
Diameter/type of the front tires. Example: In the case of the indication “7.5J x 16”, the second number indicates the diameter in inches, and the letter J indicates the contour of the rim.
5.5J x 15
Rear tires
Diameter/type of the rear tires used in the car.
5.5J x 15
Front tires
Dimension/type of front tires. Example: in the case of indication “225/55 R 16” the first figure indicates the width in millimeters, the second reflects the percentage ratio between the height and width, R indicates the type of construction (radial), and 16 indicates the diameter in inches.
Rear tires
Dimension/type of the rear tires, used in the car.
Turning diameter
The minimum possible diameter of the circle described by the external wheels of the car when making a turn with the steering wheel in the final position.
Steering system
The steering system is the system through which the direction of movement of the car can be changed.
rack and pinion with electrical assistance
Maximum number of handwheel turns
The number of handwheel turns from lock to lock, for example from extreme right to extreme left.


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