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Honda’s Readying The N-One For Japan Launch, Will Start From The Equivalent Of $15,390


Unveiled earlier this fall, the 2021 Honda N-One will launch in the Land of the Rising Sun on November 20.

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The kei-car is available in four trim levels, dubbed the Original, Premium, Premium Tourer and RS, with pricing ranging between 1,599,400 to 2,022,900 yen ($15,390-$19,465), including a 10 percent consumption tax.

All versions are powered by the 660cc DOHC engine, with turbocharging in the Premium and RS grades, mated to a CVT in all but the top-of-the-line trim level that packs a six-speed manual transmission. An all-wheel drive system is also available in the Original, Premium and Premium Tourer models.

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An evolution of its predecessor in terms of design, which was originally launched in Japan eight years ago, the new N-One has a boxy design, with two rounded headlights flanking the grille, a tall and straight roofline and a pair of vertical taillights mounted on each side of the tailgate with the Honda logo sitting in between.

The cabin has a minimalistic styling, yet it does feature an infotainment system, multi-function steering wheel, power windows and side mirrors, air conditioning, electric parking brake, USB charging ports, cup holders and storage pockets. The N-One is also the first vehicle in its class to have a rear-seat reminder system, according to Honda.

Other safety gear includes the pedestrian collision mitigation, collision mitigation braking, road departure mitigation, lane keeping assist, hill-start assist, traffic-sign recognition, adaptive cruise control and automatic high beams.










Updated: November 23, 2020 — 12:59 am

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