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Honda N-ONE the new N Series mini-vehicle can comfortably accommodates four adults


Honda began sales of the N-ONE, the third model of the new N Series mini-vehicle following the N BOX and the N BOX +, from November 2nd at dealerships across Japan. The N-ONE is developed in the motif of the N360, the first mass-produced Honda mini passenger car introduced to the market in 1967, and inherits Honda’s M/M (man maximum, machine minimum) concept which is the starting point of Honda’s automobile design. With this new model, Honda engineers strived to build a new basic car with their passion to propose a new type of vehicle for the new era in Japan, which will enjoy enduring popularity.


Key features of the N-ONE include a spacious cabin which comfortably accommodates four adults, and an improved acceleration performance. The Interior design is simple and yet great attention was paid to ensure the quality feel of materials in every detail. Comfort and a sense of security were pursued with the large-size bench seat. With these factors, a comfortable cabin space was achieved that people will not grow tired of even after prolonged use.

The DOHC Turbo engine equipped with a high-performance turbo charger is made available for all grades and realizes driving performance equivalent to a vehicle in the 1.3L class.Both smooth and powerful driving and excellent fuel economy of 27.0km/Lwere realized through the combination of the DOHC engine, which realizes top class output and torque, and optimally-tuned CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission).

The Honda N-ONE lineup also includes a higher grade model, the N-ONE Premium, which features a high-quality exterior and interior which are beyond those of any models in the mini-vehicle category. Furthermore, to accommodate the unique tastes of individual customers, a great variety of exterior colors are offered with total 11 body colors and a 2-tone color style, which has different colors for the body and roof.


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