Honda recently announced that the sales of the N BOX+ has started in Japan this week. This mini vehicle is the second model of the N Series known to have the biggest interior space in its segment. The N BOX+ revolves around the concept of exploring new possibilities.
The big cargo area of the vehicle was further enhanced by combining the packaging technology of Honda, center-tank layout, and the new engine. Loading and unloading of luggage is easier by using an aluminum slope tat can be attached to the sloped floor. The space can be configured to have a very versatile arrangement using different sizes of boards.
The innovative ideas give the N BOX+ a character that can answer the needs of different customers that may have varying needs and uses for the vehicle. The mini vehicle is ideal for daily routines, those with special needs for their ride, and recreational activities.
The N BOX+ has a two-tone paint finish using different combos for its roof and body. This body finish allows consumers to express themselves in a fun way thru the vehicle.
The N BOX was considered as the mini mini-van by Honda. The vehicle makes most of the spaciousness and ride comfort to appeal to consumers. These factors were well received by customers especially those with families and kids. Since December 2011, the manufacturer has sold 100,000 units of the N BOX.
The N BOX+ still features the three-cylinder engine that outputs 660cc in turbocharged or naturally aspirated form. It has an all-wheel or front-wheel drive configuration.
The N BOX+ has a sticker price of $16,900 in Japan. It is being offered in three different variants. It comes as the N BOX+ Base, Custom, or 2-Tone Color Style.