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The Honda Beat – Fun and Economical

Regardless of whether you’re looking for an inexpensive car that can get you to and from work or the perfect vehicle to take your kids on road trips, the Honda beat has a lot to offer. The car offers a range of special edition models that come with features such as the MTREC (Multi Throttle Responsive Engine Control) system, which allows the car to reach a top speed of 60 mph in as little as 13 seconds. It also has a variety of safety features to protect you and your family.

0-60 mph took as much as 13 seconds

Generally, the 0-60 mph time of a new car is on the high end of the spectrum, but it is not uncommon for performance vehicles to launch from 0-60 mph in less than a second. This is because most of these cars have no turbo lag and no clutch dumps.

While the 0-60 mph time is no longer a secret, it is not exactly the most meaningful metric of performance. The best bet is to perform a more practical comparison test. The 0-60 mph time of a mid-sized sedan is likely to be on the order of 7 seconds, while a sporty compact car could be on the order of 7-9 seconds. In the US, a 0-60 mph time in the sand will equate to a top speed of around 140 mph.

The Beat was the smallest mid-engined roadster of its time, measuring a modest 3.3 meters long and sporting a 660 cc engine. It was powered by a single camshaft and was naturally aspirated. In terms of performance, it was a little short on torque, but boasted impressive power delivery, a racy 0-100 mph time of just over 12 seconds, and a dazzling 135 km/h top speed.

MTREC (Multi Throttle Responsive Engine Control) system

MTREC (Multi Throttle Responsive Engine Control) is a system introduced by Honda that improves throttle response. The system uses individual throttle bodies on each cylinder, which changes the afr of each cylinder according to the rpm of the engine. The system is based on Honda’s F1 technology.

MTREC was first used in the Honda Beat. The system was also used in the Mazda RX-7, which is a mid-engined sports car. The Mazda RX-7 produced 64 PS at 8100 rpm. It also has a 5-speed manual transmission and a limited slip differential. MTREC was also used in the Mazda Autozam AZ-1 and the Suzuki Cara twins.

The Honda Beat was first introduced in early 1991. It was produced until February 1996. The first generation was sold as a two-door convertible. It had a rear trunk and the front was a bit undersized.

The Beat’s engine was 656 cc (40 cu in) and rated at 63 horsepower. It had a peak torque of 44 lb-ft at 7000 rpm. It ran on PGM-FI fuel injection and had ABS brakes. The engine was also a water-cooled, transversely mounted unit with a single overhead camshaft and wet sump lubrication. It also had a drive-by-wire throttle.

Special edition versions

During the mid-1990s, the Honda Beat was one of the most popular Kei cars in Japan. The Beat was designed to appeal to drivers who wanted fun, affordable city driving. The Beat was created in a partnership between Honda and Pininfarina.

The Beat was based on a steel monocoque with a 2280mm wheelbase. The roof was manually operated and did not fold completely out of view when retracted. The Beat also had a small trunk behind the engine. The interior was made from a mix of hard plastics and fabric upholstery. The steering wheel had a large rev counter and a smaller speedometer. It also featured a zebra print pattern on the centre console pad.

The Beat was available in two mainstream models. The first, the Version C, was built with white alloy wheels and special paint. The second, the Version Z, was built with a special chassis and mud flaps. It also had black gauge faces, a rear spoiler with a high level brake light, and stainless steel exhaust tip.


Designed to be fun and economical, the Honda Beat is an engaging two-passenger mid-engine roadster. It’s available in a variety of colours and variants, including Street, Fashion Sport, and Premium. These models are available at authorized Honda dealers.

The Honda Beat engine has a six-gallon fuel tank. It provides a fuel efficiency of up to 63 km/liter. The vehicle is also equipped with low oil pressure, low voltage, and auxiliary lighting. The engine also features Honda Enhanced Smart Power technology, which maximizes fuel combustion. Among its other features, the Honda Beat also has a high beam, low battery voltage, and an idling stop system that shuts off the engine when the car is not in use for three seconds.

The Honda Beat has a sporty look with sharp body panels and a headlight that resembles an airplane. The interior is also very modern, with a display screen, an analog speedometer, and a magnetic key system with an integrated anti-theft feature.