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|Honda N-One (JG1/JG2)|
|Production||November 2012 – present|
|Assembly||Japan: Suzuka, Mie (Suzuka plant)|
|Body and chassis|
|Body style||5-door hatchback|
|Wheelbase||2,520 mm (99.2 in)|
|Length||3,395 mm (133.7 in)|
|Width||1,475 mm (58.1 in)|
|Height||1,535–1,630 mm (60.4–64.2 in)|
|Curb weight||830–920 kg (1,830–2,028 lb)|
The Honda N-One (Japanese: ホンダ・N-ONE, Honda Enuwan) (corporately styled as "N-ONE") is a kei car produced by Honda for the Japanese market. It was previewed at the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show and went on sale on November 1, 2012. Together with the N-Box, it is part of a renewed lineup of kei class city cars from Honda. The use of the letter "N" in the name was previously used for the late 1960s and 1970s N360.
The N-One was introduced in 2012 as a new addition to Honda's kei car lineup in Japan. It features styling reminiscent of the 1969–1972 N360 and incorporates Honda's newest DOHC three-cylinder engine with a continuously variable transmission, which was launched in 2011 with the N-Box. It is marketed as a premium vehicle and incorporates standard features uncommon for its class.
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