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Honda That's

The Honda That's is a key car manufactured since 2002 by Honda for the Japanese market only. The vehicle has a five-door "tall wagon" hatchback body, with considerable height given its limited length an width. That's is based on the third-generation Honda Life key car platform, and comes in both front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive versions, and it shares the Life's E07Z three-cylinder inline, 656 cc engine, available in either naturally-aspirated (38 kW) or turbocharged (47 kW) versions (the latter was dropped in 2006 with the arrival of the turbocharged Honda Zest). All versions come with a three-speed automatic transmission.

The That's sales began in Japan on February 8, 2002 with prices starting at ¥1,034,000. On October 15, 2004, Honda released a special version, slashing the price to ¥ 900,000, while resulting in a 200% increase in sales. A minor face lift took place in 2006, with the face lift debuting on March 22; at the same time, the turbocharged version was dropped.

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  • "Global Autoindex". Retrieved 2007-02-17. (technical data)
  • The article incorporates text translated from the corresponding Japanese Wikipedia articles on the Honda That's as of April 7, 2007.

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