In Japan, showed a restyled Honda Freed Modulo XMay 28, 2020
On March 29, an updated version of the Honda Freed minivan in the Modulo X variation will appear on sale in Japan, which differs from the simple model by the presence of a spectacular body kit.
It should be mentioned that Freed received an update in September 2019. The car has acquired other front bumpers and grills, new shades of Midnight Blue Beam Metallic and Luna Silver Metallic have become available.
The novelty has also significantly changed thanks to a modified front end. Another difference was the LED “fog”. To finish the chairs used leather and suede. From the technical side, the Modulo X variation is different in that it received a retuned suspension.
They will offer both gasoline and hybrid variations. In the first case, the minivan is equipped with a 131-horsepower 1.5-liter engine. In the second, a 1.5-liter power unit is also installed, but it operates according to the Atkinson cycle. It produces 110 hp. and 134 Nm of torque, another 29 hp and 160 Nm adds an electric motor. Simple Freed has a CVT, a hybrid – robotic transmission.
A minivan will cost from 2,950,200 yen for a gasoline 6-seater modification to 3,278,000 yen – for a 7-seater hybrid.
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