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The LN360 is a commercial version of Honda’s first successful kei-class car, the N360. The “L” in the model name notes that it is a “light van”. It is similar in idea and design to the Morris Mini Van.
Just as kei-class cars were needed by the general population in postwar Japan, business owners also needed an affordable way to transport their goods and provide services.
This was Honda’s first attempt at an enclosed delivery vehicle. Previous designs were open-bed trucks. The LN360 was replaced by the Life Step Van in 1971.
Manufacturer: Honda Motor Co. Ltd., Tokyo
Country of Origin: Japan
Drivetrain Configuration: Front-engine, front-wheel drive
Engine: 2-cylinder, 354cc, air-cooled,
Transmission: 4 speed manual
Top Speed: 65 MPH
Years of Production: 1967-1971
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