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.