Turbocharged, roomy and P-Plate legal, the Honda N-One is a joy to drive and a pleasure to behold.
Honda's sophisticated chassis design ensures the N-One feels like a bigger car to drive, especially at higher speeds.
The Honda N-One is the brand’s small hatchback that sits beneath the Honda Civic in term of physical size and space.
A genuine four-seater for adults that’s just 3.4-metres long, the Honda N-One is remarkably spacious despite its diminutive proportions.
Four adults around 183cm tall (six foot) will find the cabin comfortable, or you could fit a pair of forward / rearward child seats via the ISOFIX mounting points in in the back with ease.
Like other Hondas in the range, the N-One also features a rear ‘magic’ seat. It means either seat can fold up-or-down independently, and the seat base can also fold-up by itself too.
As you’d expect from a Honda, it’s loaded with technology a well. There’s keyless entry and start, full LED headlights, Apple Car Play / Android Auto stereo and plenty of smart storage for your things.
The car pictured – 2013 Honda N-One Premium Turbo
Our Honda N-One was built in June 2013 and is a ‘Premium Turbo’ trim level.
That means it features the cracking ‘S07A’ turbocharged engine like the mid-engine Honda S660 sports car. Fuel effiencicy sits around the 4/5L per 100km mark, meaning you’ll likely half your fuel usage compared to what you’re driving now.
This particular example was also factory optioned from new with Honda Showa sports suspension (springs/dampers), a Mugen centre-exit cat back exhaust and 14-inch alloy wheels.
Our particular car also wears a sports exterior styling pack with fun chequered decal motif and front fog lights. As a higher-grade N-One Premium model, this car also features keyless entry and start, an Australian stereo system with Apple CarPlay + Android Auto, LED headlights and ‘Magic’ folding rear seats.
Quick facts of the car pictured be found here:
- 2014 Honda N-One Premium turbo
- 660cc ‘S07A’ turbocharged engine
- Automatic transmission / front-wheel drive
- Factory option equipment includes Honda Showa sports suspension and Mugen centre-exit cat-back exhaust.
- Factory specification includes keyless entry and start, an Australian stereo with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, automatic headlights and wipers, full LED headlights, ‘magic’ folding rear seat bench.
- Japanese de-registration paperwork, auction paperwork and service history available.
Adding some performance fruit to the Honda N-One turbo helps unlock a more fun driving character.