2013 Tokyo Motor Show Live – Honda N-WGN, N-WGN Custom

Posted on: Nov 20, 2013 - 12:17pm IST

Honda has presented the N-WGN and N-WGN Custom at the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show. The N-WGN is the fourth model in the ‘N Series’.

The super-height wagon has a boxy design (like its classmates) and features an upright front fascia, pronounced wheel arches and a very distinctive greenhouse.

Honda N-WGN front quarter

The N-WGN Custom is based on the same platform, but gets body skirting, Accord styled grille, more aggressive front bumper with foglights, and roof spoiler.

Honda hasn’t detailed about the engine, only mentioning that its a newly-developed unit with twin-injection system. What we know for sure is that a CVT gearbox helps the N-WGN realize 29.2 km/l.

Honda N-WGN Custom

Interior design of the N-WGN is straightforward, equipped with a multifunction steering, dashboard-mounted gear selector, automatic air-conditiong, push-button start and a trip computer. The cabin is outfitted in a dual tone beige-black or purple-beige color combo, with silver accents. The N-WGN Custom gets piano black inserts, metallic trim and better instrumentation.

That’s not all. 90% of the entire vehicle can be recycled as well, says Honda.

For more details, refer to the press release below.

Honda N-WGN Image Gallery

Honda N-WGN Custom Image Gallery

Honda N-WGN, N-WGN Custom Press Release

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2 thoughts on “2013 Tokyo Motor Show Live – Honda N-WGN, N-WGN Custom

  1. Generator HPH says:

    Very nice vehicles!

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  2. Jonejar says:

    I dont understand why Honda has no plans to lauch this vehicle in India. I am sure it could give a tough competition to Suzuki if priced correctly. Bring it on HONDA

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