🔍 partially reviewed

HONDA
N600

1967 - 1972
United States

🗃 Kei car/city car

After a January 1970 facelift, the N360 became the NIII 360 and continued in production until June 1972.[9] A larger-engined variant, the N600, was marketed through 1973. All models complied with Japanese kei car dimensional regulations, though vehicles with the 401 cc and 598 cc engines exceeded the kei engine displacement limits and were largely intended for international sales.
Upgrades & Evolutions during the HONDA N600 production
HONDA N600 paint codes
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Renovation tutorials for the HONDA N600
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What is the average HONDA N600 gas consumption ?
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