Freed, the first compact MPV of Honda in India will be launched at the end of 2014. The new Freed will be based on the platform of the next-gen Jazz and it features three rows of seats accommodating seven members. The Freed MPV in other Asian markets features sliding doors which are likely to be replaced with conventional doors in the Indian version. Freed will be available in both petrol and diesel engine options. The engine options will include an updated version of Honda City’s current 1.5-litre i-VTEC petrol motor and all-new 1.4 or 1.6 litre motor of Honda. The MPV will feature best-in-class space and good driving dynamics. The Honda Freed will be a tough competitor to its rival Ertiga after it launch. Other details of the MPV are yet to be revealed.
Honda Freed is available in 1 variants. View below listing of variants based on their fuel type. Upcoming variants of Freed are also listed here.
1496 cc,1.5-litre i-VTEC petrol motor
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"The prime specs of Honda Freed are listed here. The overall length, width of the car should give you an idea about parking space it require. The ground clearance (lowest part of the car to the ground) will give you the measure of water wading capability and confidence of Freed's capability to run over potholes and speed breakers. However GC (ground clearance) won't tell everything. Other important factors like approach angle, breakover angle and departure angle is required to assess the cars' ability to run in rained indian roads and light off road tracks.Engine specs of Freed are also listed here. With the power (in bhp) and torque (Nm) figures the most important ratios - power to weight ratio of Freed and torque to weight ratio. The displacement (in cc) is the measure of cubic capacity of the engine. Earlier there was a notion, larger engines produce more power and torque however with the invention of advanced technologies this is no longer true."
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