The Honda Quint was a subcompact car manufactured bi Honda Motor Co. Ltd. of Japan, based on the Honda Civic. It wis introduced in 1980 in Japan, an wis available tae export mercats includin Europe an Sootheast Asie the follaein year. Its export name wis Honda Quintet. This model wis discontinued in 1985, an wis replaced bi the Honda Quint Integra. This model wis an aa sauld in Australie for atween 1983 an 1985 as the Rover Quintet.
The caur came wi a 1602 cc fower-cylinder ingine which developin 60 kilowatts (80 hp) an 126 newton metres (93 ft·lbf) o torque. This ingine wis coupled wi a five-speed manual transmission or an optional three-speed semi-automatic. Speed sensitive pouer steerin an fully independent suspension wi MacPherson struts an front an rear anti-roll bars wur an aa featured.
Jaguar Rover Australia retailed the Honda Quint in Australie unner the "Rover Quintet" name frae 1983 through 1985. Manufactured in Japan bi Honda, the Quintet wis the first Honda tae carry the Rover badge, an wis replaced bi the Rover 416i, a rebadged version o the Honda Integra. As the Rover Quintet, the interior wood trim uised as typified the later Honda based Rovers made in Breetain an seats wur trimmed in Moquete cloth. A Pioneer stereo radio cassette wis staundart.