An Acura Vigor is currently up for sale from Phoenix, Arizona and while it is quite old being a 1994 model, it has been very well maintained.
Production of the Vigor ran from 1981 to 1995, but the sedan was only sold in North America between June 1991 and 1994. It was designed to slot between the Integra and Legend of the day, but never sold all that well in North America and was ultimately replaced by the Acura TL.
One of the most intriguing things about the front-wheel drive Vigor is that it does not feature a four- or six-cylinder as one may expect, but a 2.5-liter inline-five that’s good for 176 hp and 170 lb-ft (230 Nm) of torque. Adding to the desirability of this example is that it features the five-speed manual transmission as opposed to the 4-speed automatic that was also available.
The Bring A Trailer listing for this car that has done 115,000 miles reveals it had the camshaft seals, crank seals, timing belt, water pump, and drive belts replaced in October 2016, while the most recent oil change was done in February 2019 and in January this year a new battery was installed.
Adorning the Acura’s exterior is a shade of paint known as Arcadia Green Pearl and complemented by 15-inch alloys with a brushed steel finish shod in new 205/60 Yokohama Avid Ascend GT tires. Inside you will find a Cognac leather interior that also includes wood accents on the dashboard and door panels. There is also a power-adjustable driver’s seat, an electric sunroof, air conditioning and cruise control.[embedded content]