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Honda > N-One 0.7i (58 Hp) WLTP, MPG, Fuel consumption

  • Year Year 2012- 2013- 2014- 2015- 2016- 2017- 2018- 2019- 2020- 2021- 2022- 2023
  • Engine Engine 658 cm3
  • Power Power 58 hp
  • Torque Torque 65 Nm
  • Gearbox Gearbox Automatical
  • Fuel Type Fuel Type Petrol (Gasoline)
  • Fuel Tank Fuel Tank 35 Liter (9 gal)
Year Fuel Consumption
Year Combined

3,5 lt/100km

81 MPG (UK) - 67 MPG (US)
Year User Fuel Consumption
Year Estimated Real Consumption

5 lt/100km

57 MPG (UK) - 47 MPG (US)
Year Cost to fill up the tank

51,73 £

60,24 €
Year Fuel Price
Year
Honda N-One 0.7i (58 Hp)
Technical Specs
  • Number of clynders 3
  • Number of valves 4x3
  • Power 58 hp
  • Max output (P) 7300 rpm
  • Torque 65 Nm
  • Max output (T) 4700
  • Wheel drive Rear wheel drive
  • Number of doors 5
  • Number of seats 4
  • Tire size front 155/65 R14; 165/55 R15
  • Tire size rear 155/65 R14; 165/55 R15
Year
Honda N-One 0.7i (58 Hp)
Dimensions and Weight
  • Body type Hatchback
  • Length 3395 mm
  • Width 1475 mm
  • Height 1545 mm
  • Wheelbase 2520 mm
  • Turning Circle 9.0 m
  • Trunk Volume -
  • Weight (Empty) 830 kg
  • Total load weight -
  • Loading capacity -
  • Roof load -

Honda N-One 0.7i Review

2023 Honda N-One 0.7’s production started in 2012 and continued in 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022 and 2023. N-One 0.7i is a 5 doors Hatchback in Front wheel drive. Automobile weight is 830 kg with 0 liters trunk loading capacity. N-One 0.7i has a 0.7 l engine. With 658 cc engine size it produces 58 Hp horsepower and 65 Nm torque. The power is transmitted by a speed gearbox with Rear wheel drive wheel drive. Vehicle can accelerate from zero to 100 km/h (60 mph) in seconds. Top speed is limited by km/h (0 mph). The engine has a standard. Fuel tank capacity is 35 liters. Consumption in city is 0,0 lt/100km, consumption in highway is 0,0 lt/100km and combined fuel consumption is 3,5 lt/100km according to official factory data. Estimated N-One 0.7i real World MPG/consumption is 5,0 lt/100km. It is expected to consume 42 percent more fuel than factory data in real conditions and during test drives.

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