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The Legend of Honda N600

Submitted by on December 6, 2011 – 12:17 amNo Comment

The Honda N600 was introduced in 1969, which was the first car sold by Honda in North America when it hit the mainland in 1970 (it was sold in Hawaii in 1969). The Honda N600 weighing only 1356 pounds, The Honda N600 was technologically advanced for its time, with an all alloy engine which could achieve 9000 rpm with a 598cc two-cylinder pumping out 34 horsepower. Top speed is 80 mph. The Honda N600 delivered surprisingly peppy performance because due to compact dimensions and some plastic parts (like the boot lid). The first brakes were very weak. Rear suspension was a torsion bar and leaf springs. The Honda N600 production was stopped in 1972.

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