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Since 2018 Honda N-Van

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Predecessor: Honda Vamos

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Since 2018 Honda N-Van

Since 2018 Honda N-Van

Since 2018 Honda N-Van

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0.7 Honda S07B 53hp / 39kW 6MT Front Wheel Drive Since 2018
0.7 Honda S07B 53hp / 39kW CVT Front Wheel Drive Since 2018
0.7 Honda S07B 53hp / 39kW 6MT 4 Wheel Drive Since 2018
0.7 Honda S07B 53hp / 39kW CVT 4 Wheel Drive Since 2018
0.7 Honda S07B Turbo (+Style) 64hp / 47kW CVT Front Wheel Drive Since 2018
0.7 Honda S07B Turbo (+Style) 64hp / 47kW CVT 4 Wheel Drive Since 2018

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carcrasher88 US (13)

2018-05-16 05:42

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Fifth member of Honda's H-Family of kei cars, I take it? Nice to see them continuing to be dedicated to expanding the lineup. Is it supposed to be a Vamos and/or Vamos Hobio replacement, or something to compliment the Acty lineup, similar to how the Daihatsu Hijet Caddie (commercial variant of the Wake) compliments the Hijet lineup?

-- Last edit: 2018-05-16 05:43:52

Desscythe17 NL (9510)

2018-05-16 10:19

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carcrasher88 wrote Fifth member of Honda's H-Family of kei cars, I take it? Nice to see them continuing to be dedicated to expanding the lineup. Is it supposed to be a Vamos and/or Vamos Hobio replacement, or something to compliment the Acty lineup, similar to how the Daihatsu Hijet Caddie (commercial variant of the Wake) compliments the Hijet lineup?

It is in fact scheduled to be the successor to the Vamos and take the N-Series to the commercial market. It also doesn't have a B-pillar in order to make loading from the side easier.

The Honda N-Box (even before it entered the second generation) suddenly became extremely popular in Japan and dethroned the Daihatsu Move and Suzuki Wagon R, which have dominated sales in this specific class for over 20 years. Honda is hoping this success rubs off on the similar N-Van.

-- Last edit: 2018-07-12 10:22:19

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