Honda Freed Modulo X Gives The Little Minivan A Sportier Edge

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It's been over a year since Honda rolled out the new Freed in Japan, and now it's following up with a sporty Modulo X version.

The Freed, for those unfamiliar, is a JDM minivan based on the same platform as the Fit/Jazz, to say nothing of the Shuttle wagon and HR-V crossover.

Similar to the transformation applied to the N-Box, N-One, and STEP WGN, the Freed Modulo X features an upgraded suspension, new wheels, and aerodynamic enhancements to give imbue the miniest of minivans with a sportier look and feel.

The front grille and bumpers are new, incorporating a diffuser style at the back, along with new side skirts and tailgate spoiler. It also has LED fog lights, 15-inch alloys, and an interior done up with piano-black trim, leather-wrapped steering wheel, and a 9-inch infotainment display.

Japanese buyers will be able to select between six- and seven-seat versions, with either a conventional or hybrid 1.5-liter i-VTEC engine.

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