No Reserve: 1991 Honda Beat

This 1991 Honda Beat is said to have spent time with a single owner in Japan before it was imported to the US and acquired by the selling dealer in 2023, and it has been refinished in yellow over black leather. Powered by a mid-mounted 656cc inline-three paired with a five-speed manual transaxle, the car also features a replacement black soft top, a rear spoiler, aftermarket suspension components, staggered-diameter aftermarket wheels, air conditioning, a MOMO steering wheel, an aftermarket shift knob, and a Pioneer-Carrozzeria stereo. Maintenance since November 2022 is said to have included changing the fluids as well as replacing the coolant hoses and fuel lines. This Beat shows 114k kilometers (~71k miles) and is offered in Georgia with a Florida title.

No Reserve: 1991 Honda Beat

The selling dealer states that the car was refinished in Phoenix Yellow under current ownership. Features include a replacement black soft top, a rear spoiler, and fog lights. A majority of the gallery photos were taken in July 2023.

No Reserve: 1991 Honda Beat

Six-spoke alloy wheels measuring 13″ up front and 14″ out back wear Sparco-branded center caps and are mounted with Bridgestone tires. The car is equipped with aftermarket springs and dampers, and braking is from four-wheel discs. The selling dealer states that the brake fluid was flushed and the brakes were serviced in November 2022.

No Reserve: 1991 Honda Beat

Per the selling dealer, black leather seat skins have been applied atop the factory zebra-print cloth upholstery. The cabin is appointed with air conditioning, an S2000-style aftermarket shift knob, and a Pioneer-Carrozzeria CD stereo.

No Reserve: 1991 Honda Beat

The MOMO steering wheel features a yellow centering stripe and a horn button, and it frames a white-dial 140-km/h speedometer, a matching tachometer with an 8,500-rpm redline, and auxiliary gauges. The six-digit odometer indicates 114k kilometers (~71k miles), approximately 2k of which were added under current ownership.

No Reserve: 1991 Honda Beat

The 656cc E07A inline-three is mounted ahead of the rear cargo area and features Honda PGM-FI fuel injection with individual throttle bodies, and it produced 63 horsepower and 44 lb-ft of torque when new. Power is sent to the rear wheels through a five-speed manual transaxle. The selling dealer states that the coolant hoses were replaced in November 2022, at which time the oil and coolant were changed. The fuel system was reportedly drained and fitted with replacement lines in preparation for the sale.

No Reserve: 1991 Honda Beat

Additional photos of the underside can be viewed in the gallery below.

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