Mugen Tricks Out New Honda CR-V, Insight And N-Van Too

Mugen, one of the world’s most respected Honda specialists, had a few news to share with their Japanese audience at the Tokyo Auto Salon

Aside from giving the Honda Civic Type R a face only a mother could love, Mugen is also showcasing its latest styling kits for some of the company’s other models, including the Insight, CR-V and N-Van.

Mugen’s new kits include a full body kit, bigger alloys and various other accessories for all three models. Unfortunately there’s no actual performance-enhancing component in the list, aside from a new exhaust on the Insight and N-Van models.

The Mugen Insight features a front lower spoiler and grille detailing, fatter side skirts, a rear under spoiler and a subtle wing. A set of 18-inch alloys shod in 225/40 tires complete the changes.

The Mugen CR-V gets a similar bodywork treatment and a set of 19-inch lightweight alloys wrapped in 235/55 tires. As for the tiny N-Van, Mugen’s idea was to turn it into the perfect daily for motorsport fans, giving it more visual presence with a black front spoiler with LEDs, a rear bumper insert, race-inspired graphics, a sports exhaust and new 12-inch alloys.

If you like your Honda looking sporty but don’t miss the horsepower, Mugen clearly has you covered. All you have to do is live in Japan.

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  • Adam

    The design of the Insight should have been the Civic and the Civic should have been the Insight. Honda really stuffed this up… again SMH 🤦🏻‍♂️

  • Lucas Mattos Azevedo

    That N-Van looks AMAZING!

  • LouInPA

    Back when I had my Honda CRX Si, Mugen actually made performance parts, not just spoilers, and “sporty” stuff… I loved their header & exhaust setup

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