Honda Freed 1.5 (Petrol)

Honda Freed 1.5 (Petrol) Car Review, Specification, Mileage and Price

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Honda Freed 1.5 (Petrol) comes with 1.5 L, Water Cooled 4-stroke SOHC i-VTEC and 5 Speed Automatic Transmission, that produces rise energy of 116.83 bhp @ 6600 rpm as well as max torque of 146 Nm @ 4800 rpm. It comes in various colors like Electric Silver Metallic, White Metallic, Meteor Grey Metallic, Ibis White, Spruce, Neptune, Sepang Bronze, Topaz, Velvet Red and Frost Blue.

Honda Freed 1.5 (Petrol)
Honda Freed 1.5 (Petrol)

Honda Freed 1.5 (Petrol) Ex Showroom / On Road Price: Rs. 7,50,000

Body Type of Honda Freed 1.5 (Petrol):MPV

Honda Freed 1.5 (Petrol) Specification– Find the Engine Specification, Mileage, Car Transmission Details, Dimension of car and tyres, safety features and many other features below.

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Engine Type 1.5 L, Water Cooled 4-stroke SOHC i-VTEC
Engine Size (cc) 1497
No. of Cylinders 4
Max Power (bhp @ rpm) 116.38 @ 6600
Max Torque (Nm @ rpm) 146 @ 4800
Fuel Supply System PGM-FI
Fuel Type Petrol
Mileage on Highway (kmpl) 16.2
Transmission Type 5 Speed Automatic
Overall Length(mm) x Width(mm) x Height(mm) 4215 x 1700 x 1735
Wheelbase (mm) 2740
Ground Clearance (mm) 165
Fuel Tank Capacity (litres) 42
Turning Circle Radius (metres) 5.6
Front Tyres 185 / 65 R15
Rear Tyres 185 / 65 R15
Kerb Weight (kg) 1330
Body Coloured Bumpers Yes
Full Wheel Caps No
Central Locking Yes
Speakers Yes
Audio System (with remote) Yes
Audio Controls on Streeing Wheel No
Immobiliser Yes
Keyless Entry Yes
Door Ajar Warning Yes
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