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Since 2018 Honda Jade

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Class: Van / MPV — Origin: JP

Predecessor: Honda Jade Hybrid, Honda Jade RS

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Made in: Sayama, Saitama JP

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Since 2018 Honda Jade

Since 2018 Honda Jade

Since 2018 Honda Jade

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1.5 Honda L15B 150hp / 110kW CVT Front Wheel Drive Since 2018

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1.5 Honda LEB-H1 131hp / 96kW 7AT Front Wheel Drive Since 2018

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Desscythe17 NL (9328)

2018-03-12 10:56

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It's interesting to see how the segment of the Honda Jade is coming to an end. The Honda Jade falls into the 7-seater "wagon" segment, meaning it has three rows of chairs, but also a low roof.
This page is for the updated model that will start selling in May, and Honda has decided to discontinue the regular 7-seater version due to low sales, and only sell the RS, which has two rows of chairs.
We can see the same happened with its predecessor, the Honda Stream, which lost its three-row specification in 2012, whereas the two-row Stream RSZ was only discontinued in 2014.

If we take a look at its competitors, it's clear that this kind of car is coming to an end. The Mazda Premacy and its sister car Nissan Lafesta are both discontinued, although the Nissan is still present on their website.
The Subaru Exiga is planned to stop selling by the end of this month, and the Toyota Prius alpha is probably not getting a successor when the current generation ends.

Unlike the big Japanese minivans, like the Honda Odyssey, Nissan Elgrand and Toyota Alphard, this segment is clearly losing sales to crossovers, which are more trendy than the more conservative wagons.

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