HONDA N ONE RS MODEL TO BE LAUNCH IN JAPANESE CAR MARKET | Automotive News | Auto Reporter
The Honda N One was initially started to sell in 2012, is a small hatchback type car, which is also called Kei cars in the Japanese market. The model gets more update, and the updated model N One RS will go on sale in Japan this fall.
It has the same engine of 660cc as before and hardly produces 63BHP. But this time, N One will come with 6-speed manual transmission, which is an exciting feature for a small city car. This little hatchback comes standard with an advanced suite of driver assistance tech.
At the exterior, the latest Honda N-One doesn't look much different from the original. There are LED fog lights and black 15-inch wheels. The company addresses this on the model's promo page with a message: "It doesn't seem to have changed, but it has changed so much."
However, Here are some changes that drivers should appreciate them. The vehicle now comes standard with full LED headlights. All trim levels get the Honda Sensing safety suite, including adaptive cruise control with traffic jam assist, collision mitigation braking, pedestrian avoidance, traffic sign recognition, lane keep assisting, rear parking sensors, and automatic high beams.
The base Original and mid-range Premium trim levels come with a CVT and are available with front or all-wheel drive. RS is a fascinating addition to the lineup. It has the same horsepower output as the others but gives customers the option of a six-speed manual and the CVT. This grade is exclusively front-wheel drive. At inside, The cabin has a leather covering for the gearshift and steering wheel.