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RSS Official: Honda's versatile little N Box+ hits the scene


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Filed under: Minivan/Van, Japan, Hondahondan-boxplus.jpg

Last November, Honda introduced the N Box, an all-new kei car, and it has been a great success to date. Less than a year on and with nearly 100,000 sold, the automaker has introduced the N Box+, an evolution showcasing the additional possibilities of the microvan.

Putting the "plus" in the N Box+ are the Universal Bridge and the Multi-space System. The former is an integrated aluminum loading ramp in the cargo floor that can be extended, U-Haul style, to ease loading. The latter is a set of panels that can break the cargo bay into different configurations, from shifting the height of the floor to creating a full-length bed once the two rows of seats are lowered.

The N Box+ comes in all kinds of configurations and paint schemes, from ¥1,350,000 ($16,948 U.S.) for the front-wheel, naturally aspirated drive G trim, to ¥1,870,000 for the four-wheel-drive, two-tone G Package Turbo with with paddle shifters. All N Box+ models have 660cc engines (per kei car regulations) and a CVT. Scroll down for the press release and get a load of the funkiness in the attached photo gallery.

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That's insane, 100,000 units in less than a year?

I know what is wrong with people, that thing is UGLY. It is the ugly tree.

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Go to Tokyo, and you'll see why kei cars are so popular. The Japanese, just like the rest of Europe and the Middle East, have different views on what makes a good car. If anything, we're the minority in what the masses want in a car worldwide. :lol:

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That's stretching it calling it a car.

I would say most car people have the same views, its the rest of the world that don't see cars as cars but as machines that don't have souls that only get them from place to place thus things like this are built/demanded

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Europe would not approve. They have good tastes. The Japanese have been pumping out 80% of the worlds weird shit since we made them our bitch in 1945.

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