Showcasing its practicality, improved features and sleek exterior detailing, the new Honda Freed 1.5G Sensing comes back with a facelifted version packed with top-notch packages that exhibit its functionality. This minivan boasts a refreshed lower grille and a revised bonnet, giving it a compact appearance despite its large space interior.
The new Honda Freed houses a 1.5-litre four-cylinder DOHC i-VTEC engine that produces a maximum output of 129 PS and 153 Nm of maximum torque mated to a CVT transmission. It also highlights the Honda SENSING, a pack of global safety features that offers extra protection for the passengers and other road users.
With its innovative technologies and class-leading comfort characteristics, the new Honda Freed 1.5G Sensing is a practical minivan for families who seek a quality lifestyle.
Special Features of the Honda Freed 1.5G Sensing
Dual Power Sliding Doors
Experience a higher level of convenience with the power sliding doors as it allows you to safely board and alight the vehicle with ease.
These sliding doors are configured to a wide opening for easy entering especially when you have children and elderly passengers.
It also features a pinch prevention mechanism to keep passengers from being pinched when closing the doors.
Honda carefully designed the digital multi-information display on the Freed to provide you with simple, relevant, and useful information about your vehicle.
This feature shows you everything you need to see, including the engine oil life indicator, fuel level indicator, clock, instant fuel economy indicator, odometer, and trip meters.
15-inch Steel Wheel
Adding to its sporty appearance, the new Honda Freed comes equipped with 15-inch steel radial wheels matched with a full wheel cap.
These high-performance wheels are built to last to withstand this minivan’s weight and complement its overall driving performance.
The new Honda Freed comes equipped with Honda SENSING, a suite of global safety features. It is designed to protect the occupants of the car and other road users to provide the best possible safety.
This feature detects and prevents one-car crashes, collisions, pedestrian injuries, and missing road signs. It ensures your protection while allowing you to enjoy your time behind the wheel.
One-touch Turn Signal
A quick and convenient method, the one-touch turn signal enhances the functionality of the turn signal lever to signal a lane change.
This feature is also called a comfort blinker as it is operated by adding a mode where a single touch makes the indicators blink a certain number of times.
You can also push the lever up and down until it locks into place for a continuous signal.
Anti-pinch Technology on the Power Windows
Showcasing a safety system for you and your children, the new Honda Freed comes with an anti-pinch technology integrated onto the power windows.
The windows use an electric motor to operate, and this technology prevents an accidental winding up of the power window.
It works when it senses any obstacle in the glass path; the winding action stops and operates in a reverse direction. Thus, avoiding any injury to the occupants.
Interior of the Honda Freed 1.5G Sensing
Spacious and Comfortable Cabin
Delicate materials and high-quality technologies are present in the Honda Freed’s interior. It comes with an innovative instrument panel, offering overall functionality and ease of access.
This minivan is also equipped with comfortable and versatile seats, making your journey convenient and allowing you to sit comfortably in a luxurious manner.
The new Freed showcases its ample passenger space that could accommodate up to seven passengers.
Sporting accessibility to a new level, the new Honda Freed features its control buttons that you can easily access through a single tap.
These buttons are carefully tailored on the driver’s side to make your driving convenient and keep your focus on the road.
The cup holders on the new Freed are designed to make your automotive life as convenient as possible.
These cup holders hold your drinks when you are driving and keep them from spilling when the vehicle is running which are located on the front seats, and door sides.
Foldable Rear Seats
Giving immense space for your extra-long items, the new Honda Freed features foldable rear seats to pave the way for your luggage and even extra occupants.
You can adjust the second and third-row seats, allowing you to create a cosy spot for lounging. The third-row seats can also be folded and stored on each side for larger cargo space
Full-Auto Air Conditioner
This minivan features a full-auto air conditioner which is manually operated with heating and cooling functions. It also maintains a pre-determined temperature inside the cabin, allowing all occupants to relax while on the road.
i-SRS Airbag System
The i-SRS airbag system is Honda’s most recent innovation, and it offers extra safety in the event of a collision. This system deploys twice as quickly and covers the driver twice as long since it is inflated with gas inside.
The gas is directed to the centre of the bag, where it rapidly builds to the pressure required to keep the driver safe.
It is also equipped with a gas release control valve that ensures the gas is only released when the airbag is completely inflated.
Exterior of the Honda Freed 1.5G Sensing
The new Honda Freed boasts off its newly redesigned exterior that completely blends in with its dynamic appearance.
This minivan features curvature on the front bumper and headlights into the front fascia, giving it a compact and sleek design. It also comes with 15-inch steel wheels to add up to its sporty and aggressive stance on the road.
Showcasing its beautifully crafted LED headlights, the new Honda Freed’s headlights form a perfect blend of functionality and safety to illuminate the road ahead.
These LED headlights feature an auto-levelling function to adjust the angle at which they shine light, illuminating the road properly.
It also comes with LED active cornering light, which illuminates the side of the car to increase safety while driving in poor lighting conditions.
High-mounted LED Stop Lamp
Flaunting an innovative LED technology system, the new Honda Freed is equipped with a high-mounted LED stop lamp located in the central high-mounted position at the rear.
It operates when the service brake is activated and notifies the driver trailing behind you.
High-end convenience is evident in the Honda Freed as it comes with a powered tailgate to ease your way of loading and unload the load compartment.
For easy cargo loading, you can open the tailgate by pressing the button inside the car, the key fob or even the hatch itself.
Emergency Stop Signal
Drivers behind you need as much warning as possible if you have to brake hard in an emergency. In the event of hard braking, ESS automatically flashes the hazard lights to reduce the risk of a rear-end collision.
Electric Retractable Remote Control Door Mirrors
The side mirrors of the Honda Freed are electrically retractable, which gives you maximum convenience in parking in tight spaces. You can change their position from the inside, or fold them flat manually.
Honda Freed 1.5G Sensing Specifications
- Sun visor for driver and front passenger with vanity mirror
- Metallic painted power window switch panel (front)
- Silver painted air conditioner outlet knob
- Grab rail Passenger seat – second and third row left and right
- Anti-glare room mirror
- Instrument panel upper box (driver’s side)
- Instrument panel tray (passenger side)
- Drink holder (driver/passenger seat)
- Retractable drink holder (passenger side)
- LED rear combination lamps (stop lamp and tail lamp)
- Electric retractable remote control door mirror (with LED turn signal)
- Front wiper (with mist mechanism) Interlocking with vehicle speed / variable intermittent
- Exterior door handle – Body-coloured
- Rear license garnish – Chrome-plated
- 15” steel wheel, steel radial tyre + full wheel cap
- Honda SENSING
- Collision mitigation brake (CMBS)
- reduction steering
- the preceding vehicle start notification function
- sign recognition function,
- road departure suppression function
- ACC (adaptive cruise control)
- LKAS (lane-keeping support system)
- the rear improper start suppression function
- Collision mitigation brake (CMBS)
- Eco assist (ECON mode, coaching function)
- i-SRS airbag system and passenger-side i-SRS airbag systems for the driver’s seat
- EBD ABS with electronic brake-force distribution (system)
- LED high-mount stop lamp
- Emergency stop signal
- Hill-start assist function
- i-Size child seat corresponding ISOFIX lower Anchorage (the second row left and right seat) + top tether Anchorage (the second row left and right seat)
- Power sliding doors on both sides (easy-open door Handle / Touch sensor / With pinch prevention mechanism)
- Full-auto air conditioner
- Power window (driver’s seat with anti-pinch mechanism / key-off operation mechanism)
- Honda Smart Key System & power switch
- Telescopic & tilt steering
- Multi-Information Display
- One-touch turn signal
- Electric power steering
Additional Features (included)
- LED headlight (low beam, auto levelling / (With auto light control mechanism) + LED active cornering light
Technical Data of the Honda Freed 1.5G Sensing
|Engine||DOHC i-VTEC In-line 4-cylinder|
|Engine Capacity||1,496 cc|
|Max Output||95 kW (129 PS) / 6,600 rpm|
|Max Torque||153 Nm / 4,600 rpm|
|Top Speed||TBA km/h|
|Dimensions (L x W x H)||4,265 mm x 1,695 mm x 1,710 mm|
|Fuel Tank capacity||36L|
History of Honda Freed 1.5G Sensing
The Honda Freed is a mini MPV produced by the Japanese automaker Honda since 2008. It was designed mainly for the needs of Japanese consumers and was based on the Fit platform that acts as a replacement for the first generation in Mobilio in Japan. There are three different versions of the Freed, which are available in a six-seater version which features captain’s seats in the second row, a seven-seater version and a five-seater version. A wheelchair-accessible model was offered in addition to versions with a side lift-up seat and passenger lift-up seat as stated by Honda.
The second-generation Freed was revealed in June 2016 and released on September 16, 2016 in Japan. This second-generation Freed was based on the ‘Dynamism and Functionality’ theme, which doesn’t differ much in looks from its curvier predecessor. It retains the rear sliding doors with some minor improvements apart from the updated grille and lights. On August 30, 2019, this second generation received a facelift and was released on October 18, 2019. The frontal section has been revised with an angular edged body coloured grille similar to the new Fit, along with redesigned fog lamps.
This year, it received another facelift, which emphasised 2021 Freed with a brand-new trim called Crosstour that supplies the crossover styling. This design is marketed in Japan and also in various Eastern markets. It included a unique design with a brand-new grille, a modified hood and black plastic cladding on the side skirts. The Freed MPV shares the same system as the existing Honda Fit version. It also has various visible adjustments, consisting of bumpers with skid plates, roofing rails, fashionable alloy wheels, LED haze lights, grey-painted door deals, and mirror caps.
Inside, the Honda Freed provides the same design as the precursor and some updates such as the indoor, which gains a distinct control panel. It also offers a vast cabin that can welcome 6 or 7 passengers with its three-row seats. Honda Sensing is also a standard in this new vehicle consisting of a collision mitigation brake system, lane-keeping assist, and a pedal misapplication avoidance system. It is also equipped with a 1.5-litre four-cylinder gas device that produces 127 hp and is coupled with a CVT transmission.
Since the release of the first generation and second generation, the Honda Freed was made available mainly in Japan, followed by Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Hongkong, and Singapore.
Honda Freed 1.5G Sensing FAQ
How many seats does the Honda Freed 1.5G Sensing have?
The Honda Freed 1.5G Sensing has a five seating capacity.
How many cc/power does the Honda Freed 1.5G Sensing have?
The Honda Freed 1.5G Sensing has a 1,496 cc engine capacity and has a maximum output of 129 hp and 153 Nm of torque.
What is its fuel efficiency?
The Honda Freed 1.5G Sensing has a fuel tank capacity of 36 litres and a fuel consumption of 21 km/L with CVT transmission.
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