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Honda Life Manufacturer Honda Production 1971-present Class Kei car The Honda Life is a kei car sedan produced by Honda. Contents 1 First generation (1971-1974) 1.1 Life step van 1.2 Life pick-up 2 Second generation (1997-1998) 3 Third generation (1998-2003) 4 Fourth generation (2003-2008) 4.1 2007 change 4.1.1 DIVA Special 4.1.2 F Happy Special 4.1.3 C Specials 4.2 Specifications 5 Fifth generation (2008-present) 5.1 Specifications 6 External links First generation (1971-1974) First generation It was offered as a 2-door or 4-door sedan and in a 2-door wagon model. It had a water-cooled, 36 hp (27 kW) 356 cc engine.Honda Life 1971 Van version was introduced on 1971-09-06, followed by hatchback wagon on 1971-10-25. Life step van Step van. This van type variant uses a 360 cc, 2-cylinder water-cooled engine. The high back body increased its centre of gravity compared to the sedan version, making it easy to roll over under crosswind. The van was first sold on 20 September 1972, at the price of 376,000, 388,000, 403,000 yen for standard, standard (after production of Life pick up), Super DX respectively. A total of 17,165 vehicles were produced. It also can be found on Gran Turismo 4 as the Honda Life StepVan. Life pick-up Life Pickup. Life Pick-Up Production 1973-1974 Body style 2-door pick-up Layout FF layout Engine 356 cc EH series SOHC I2, 33 hp (25 kW) Transmission 4-Speed manual transmission Wheelbase 2,080 mm (81.9 in) Length 2,995 mm (117.9 in) Width 1,295 mm (51.0 in) Height 1,620 mm (63.8 in) Introduced on 21 August 1973, this version of the Life was designed as a pick-up truck. Production ended in 1974, with no more than 1,132 vehicles produced. Second generation (1997-1998) 1997 Honda Life. In 1997 the Life name was resurrected for a new line of small, front wheel drive 5-door MPV style cars for Honda, which required a redesign for 1998 because of new Japanese taxing regulations.[1] It used the three-cylinder Honda E07A engine. Third generation (1998-2003) 1998 Honda Life. The 1998 model was bigger than the 2nd generation counterpart, with 3,395 mm (133.7 in) length and 1,475 mm (58.1 in) width. In December 2000, a turbocharged variant named Honda Life Dunk was introduced as 2001 year model. Honda Life Dunk and Honda That's were listed by Forbes magazine as among the weirdest car names.[2] Fourth generation (2003-2008) Fourth generation Production 2003-2008 Body style 5-door hatchback Layout FF layout, 4WD Engine 658 cc P07A SOHC I3 (DIVA, F, F Happy Edition, C, C Topic) 658 cc P07A SOHC I3 turbo (DIVA Turbo, F Turbo) Transmission 4-Speed Automatic Overdrive Wheelbase 2,420 mm (95.3 in) Length 3,395 mm (133.7 in) Width 1,475 mm (58.1 in) Height 1,580 mm (62.2 in) (FF) 1,595 mm (62.8 in) (4WD) Related Daihatsu Move Honda Today Daihatsu Mira Mitsubishi i Subaru R2 Suzuki Alto Suzuki Wagon R 2003 saw the Life updated with a 660 cc 3-cylinder engine. An optional turbocharger, mated to a 4-speed automatic transmission and optional 4-wheel drive are also available. The safety features were significantly improved and engine emissions were reduced.[3] A triangle window was placed at the mounting point of wing mirrors in 3rd generation vehicle. In 2005, Honda introduced the DIVA model, which included aerodynamic styling and aluminium wheels. 2007 change 2007 models started production on 2006-10-05. It marked the first use of Honda Smart Parking Assist System in a production Honda vehicle. DIVA Special It is a model went on sale in 2006-06-07. F Happy Special It is a model went on sale in 2007-11-8. C Specials C Comfort Special and C Fine Special went on sale in December 20, 2007. Specifications Engine is rated 52 PS (38 kW; 51 hp) at 6700 rpm and 61 N·m (45 lb·ft) at 3800 rpm for non-turbo model, and 64 PS (47 kW; 63 hp) at 6000 rpm and 93 N·m (69 lb·ft) at 4000 rpm for turbo model. model DIVA DIVA Turbo F, F Happy Edition F Turbo C, C Topic model name (FF/4WD) Honda DBA-JB5/CBA-JB6 Honda DBA-JB7/CBA-JB8 Honda DBA-JB5/CBA-JB6 Honda DBA-JB7/CBA-JB8 Honda DBA-JB5/CBA-JB6 ground clearance 155 mm turning radius 4.7 m 4.5 m tire (front/rear) 165/55R14 72V 155/65R13 73S Fifth generation (2008-present) Fifth generation Production 2008-present Body style 5-door hatchback Layout FF layout, 4WD Engine 658 cc P07A SOHC I3 658 cc P07A SOHC I3 turbo Transmission 4-Speed Automatic Overdrive Wheelbase 2,420 mm (95.3 in) Length 3,395 mm (133.7 in) Width 1,475 mm (58.1 in) Height 1,610 mm (63.4 in) (FF) 1,630 mm (64.2 in) (4WD) Curb weight 810–940 kg (1,800–2,100 lb) Related Daihatsu Mira Daihatsu Move Honda Zest Mitsubishi i Subaru R2 Suzuki Alto Suzuki Wagon R In November 2008 Honda introduced the fifth generation Life. This generation is available in C, G, PASTEL, PASTEL turbo, DIVA, DIVA turbo. Specifications It uses Honda P07A engine. Engine is rated 52 PS (38 kW; 51 hp) at 7100 rpm and 60 N·m (44 lb·ft) at 3600 rpm for non-turbo model, and 64 PS (47 kW; 63 hp) at 6000 rpm and 93 N·m (69 lb·ft) at 4000 rpm for turbo model (available in PASTEL and DIVA models). Vehicle code: DBA-JC1: FF CBA-JC2: 4WD External links Honda Life page Honda Life History Press release of 1st generation Honda Life Press release of Life Step-Van Press release of Life Pick Up Press release of 2nd generation Honda Life Press release of 4th generation Honda Life Lovestep Life StepVan page StepVan room contain information on Step-Van. 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