A B20 engine has a power output of 126 horsepower. The Japanese multinational corporation Honda introduced the B20 engine series in 1989 and discontinued production in 2000. The 4-cylinder engines with the B designation are split into two subgroups: the B20A and the B20B.
The B20 horsepower specifications are from 1996 to 1998. They refer to the B20B variant, which has a different internal architecture than the B20A. The relevant B20 engine is found in the Honda CR-V with French USDM and JDM parts, JDM Orthia, Honda Stepwgn and the Honda S-MX. The engine renders a maximum torque of 133 pounds-foot.