The Honda N600 is a keijidÅsha produced by Honda between 1967 and 1973 successor to the Honda N360. This is a small traction motor with a cylinder 2 up to 45 c. It has a solid rear axle with leaf springs and brake discs at the front. The maximum speed of the N600 is 129km/h and 0-100km/h in 24 seconds shot. This performance is due to a weight/power ratio advantage through reduced dimensions and the use of plastic parts such as the tailgate.
Honda N600 Honda was the first imported to the United States in 1969. Production of N600 was arrested in 1972 in the output of the Honda Z600.