Honda S-MX – Into the Wild

This typical Japanese ‘van’ is a Honda S-MX and that is a true rarity in the Netherlands. Moreover, it is a car about which the strangest rumors are circulating.

The Honda S-MX is not a kei-car, it is too big for that. Yet with its square shapes, bumpers extended far down and vertical flanks, it is a typical product for the Japanese domestic market, and a direct rival to a car like the Toyota bB. The Honda S-MX came on the market in 1996 and always has a 2.0-liter four-cylinder with a four-speed automatic transmission. Also unusual: his carriage is asymmetrical. There is only one doorman on the right side photographed here, but on the other…

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