Do you remember the Honda Traveler Sport? That design was released in the beginning of the Explorer’s release, a special cut level of the popular five-passenger suv. The Traveler Game was eventually stopped and the Traveler itself was modified, shunning its truck system for a unibody, car-based framework. For 2013, the Traveler Game has came back, an all-wheel-drive design big on performance and off-road control.
Engine and Transmission
The 2013 Honda Traveler Game is powered by a 3.5-liter twin-turbocharged V-6 motor. This EcoBoost motor generates 365 horse power at 5,500 rpm and makes 350 foot-pounds of twisting at 3,500 rpm. This 24-valve, direct hypodermic injection motor is combined with a six-speed automatic gearbox with moving abilities. Honda also includes exercise initial for people seeking energetic driving.
The Traveler sport takes regular grade fuel. It is EPA-rated at 16 mpg around the city and 22 mpg on the road.
Drivetrain and Suspension
The Traveler Game is equipped with a Landscape Management Program, bringing four-wheel generate abilities to this design. Motorists can choose from four settings: snow, sand, mud and mountain nice.
Drivers benefit from electrical energy guiding and a sport-tuned revocation. Front side MacPherson swagger revocation and a backing bar is accompanied by an separate multilink back revocation with a backing bar. Front and rear venting disk braking system and four-channel ABS are conventional. Every design is equipped with 20-inch all-season BSW wheels.
The Traveler Game is 4,921 weight and a has 5,000-lb. hauling potential when properly equipped.
The Traveler rests on a 112.6-inch wheelbase and is 197.1 inches wide long. Its dimensions are 90.2 inches wide wide and 71.0 inches wide tall. Front and rear track both measure an identical 67.0 inches wide.
Seating potential is for six or seven travelers. Total traveler quantity actions 151.7 cubic legs. Freight quantity is 21 cubic legs behind the third row chair, 43.8 cubic legs with the back chair collapsed down and 80.7 cubic legs behind the first row.
The Sport’s internal features adequate traveler room and is nicely hired. Distinct sewing can be found across the chairs and on the leader, with two-tone leather, applied metal cut and Game images placed noticeably.
This design also offers many of the facilities today’s drivers want and expect. Honda SYNC with MyFord Touch, a wi-fi hot spot for travelers and Wireless connection are conventional. Remote start, a manual point and telescopic leader line, double zone heating and cooling and a 12-speaker top quality speakers are also included. A routing system with a trial SiriusXM satellite radio product is available.