Honda’s new small car model is available in the Japanese market from November 20. The car is equipped with a range of remarkable safety features.
The new Honda N-One has 4 versions including Original, Premium, Premium Tourer and RS, with prices ranging from $ 15,390-19,465.
All versions of the N-One are powered by the DOHC 660 cc engine system. Separately, the Premium and RS versions use an additional turbocharger. A CVT gearbox and front-wheel drive are standard equipment.
In addition, the Original, Premium and Premium Tourer versions have an optional 4-wheel drive system. At the same time, users can choose a 6-speed manual gearbox – option exclusively for the RS version.
In terms of design, the new Honda N-One has significantly improved compared to the first generation launched in Japan 8 years ago.
The new Honda N-One has the familiar box-shaped design of the kei-car (small urban Japanese car). Some familiar design lines are still present on the car such as round headlights, high and straight roof contours, vertical rear lights attached to the sides of the trunk door with the Honda logo in the middle.
The cockpit has a minimalistic design with infotainment system, multifunction steering wheel, air conditioning, electronic hand brake, USB charging port, cup holder and storage box.
The new Honda N-One is also the first car in the segment to be equipped with a rear-seat reminder system, in case children or pets are left in the car.
Safety features include pedestrian collision avoidance, lane departure warning system, lane keep assist, cross slope departure, traffic sign recognition, adaptive cruise control and automatic headlights .