Honda Elysion Prestige 2008 Design Interior Exterior

The Honda Elysion is a minivan with seven or eight seats that was at first sold just in Japan as a contender to the Toyota Alphard and the Nissan Elgrand. It is identified with the USA-spec Honda Odyssey however is not the same vehicle. One of the significant contrasts from the past era JDM Honda Odyssey was that the back entryways were traded to sliding entryways commonly utilized on minivans, though the JDM Odyssey utilized ordinary entryways. The USA-spec Honda Odyssey, referred to in Japan as the Honda LaGreat, was too vast for Japan, so the Elysion took numerous styling signs from the LaGreat and utilized them on a littler vehicle.

The outside wires the space effectiveness of a square with the bended, streamlined profile, conjuring pictures of a dynamic cruiser bridging the immense sea. The front perspective elements an expansive, flat flame broil with differentiating metal plating and thin profile headlights that wrap around to the side, conferring a satisfying feeling of roundness. The Elysion’s general width is more noteworthy than its general stature, delivering a structure that offers predominant steadiness, while the field from the front guard to the bumpers gives a feeling of volume and fortifies the low-focus of-gravity configuration idea. The side perspective components high-brilliance, passed out, front, focus and back quarter columns that incorporate with the glass ranges and give the lodge an open vibe. The back perspective elements a considerable back guard outline that mixes amicably with the flared back bumpers and rear end. Further, high-mounted brake lights that take after the roofline and wrap around from the side windows give a general feeling of roundness.

The inside bestows the ultra-loose climate of a sea cruiser parlor, giving rich solace in each of the three columns. The huge, splendid territories of glass create a feeling of extensive size, the vast seats offer a sentiment comfort, and the wood-grained boards give a demeanor of richness. The well laid-out inside lighting further improves the inside mood. The wood-grained framing found all through the inside—from the instrument board to the entryways is shaped to catch the profundity of new cut wood, while the metallic parts include a feeling of strength. The profound, dynamic lines of the wood-grained instrument board stretch out evenly to one side and left over the front traveler compartment, granting an incorporated feel from the driver’s seat to the traveler seat. Raised gage visors were likewise disposed of to make a level instrument board that gives an instructing forward perspective.

Blue inside lights enlighten the middle support and second and third columns when the little lights are turned on, serving as night lights that include a touch of extravagance. Three-dimensional, self-luminating meters convey exceptional styling notwithstanding upgraded perceivability. LEDs on the instrument board venture onto intelligent lenses, making a graduated presentation that offers 3D image like profundity and class. The instrument board gear shift lever is situated to allow smooth development between the lever and the directing wheel. The straight lever lessens the separation the driver’s hand must go, for more ergonomic moving. Seating in each of the three lines gives the delicate, wrapping feel of a brilliant couch, supporting travelers in genuine solace. Secured in delicate, softened cowhide like material, the seats are liberally proportioned, with padding and back backings of sufficient length, width and thickness.

body type 7 seater multi-purpose vehicle
number of doors 5
mm inches
wheelbase 2900 114.2
track/tread (front) 1590 62.6
track/tread (rear) 1590 62.6
length 4920 193.7
width 1845 72.6
height 1790 70.5
ground clearance 150 5.9
length:wheelbase ratio 1.7
kerb weight 1820 kg 4012 lb
fuel tank capacity 70 litres 15.4 UK Gal 18.5 US Gal
engine type naturally aspirated petrol
engine manufacturer Honda
engine code K24A
cylinders Straight 4
capacity 2.4 litre
2354 cc
(143.65 cu in)
bore × stroke 87 × 99 mm
3.43 × 3.9 in
bore/stroke ratio 0.88
double overhead camshaft (DOHC)
4 valves per cylinder
16 valves in total
maximum power output
(jis net)
160 PS (158 bhp) (118 kW)
at 5500 rpm
specific output
(jis net)
67.1 bhp/litre
1.1 bhp/cu in
maximum torque
(jis net)
218 Nm (161 ft·lb) (22.2 kgm)
at 4500 rpm
specific torque
(jis net)
92.61 Nm/litre
1.12 ft·lb/cu3
sump wet sumped
compression ratio 9.7:1
fuel system Honda PGM-Fi fuel injection
bmep (brake mean effective pressure) 1163.8 kPa (168.8 psi)
engine coolant Water
unitary capacity 588.5 cc
aspiration Normal
compressor N/A
intercooler None
catalytic converter Y
power-to-weight ratio 88.02 PS/g
64.74 kW/g
86.81 bhp/ton
0.04 bhp/lb
weight-to-power ratio 15.45 kg/kW
25.8 lb/bhp
engine position front
engine layout transverse
drive wheels front wheel drive
torque split N/A
steering rack & pinion PAS
front suspension I.DW.ARB.
rear suspension I.Dw.ARB.
tyres front 215/60 R 17 96H
tyres rear 215/60 R 17 96H
brakes f/r VeDi/Dr-S-ABS
gearbox 5 speed automatic
top gear ratio 0.57
final drive ratio 4.44

Honda Elysion Prestige 2008 Design Interior Exterior

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