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|Car classification||Kei car|
|Car body style||5-door Hatchback|
|Automobile layout||FF layout|
|Internal combustion engine||656 cc Inline-3 Dohc 38 kW|
656 cc Inline-3 Turbocharger Dohc 47 kW
|Transmission (mechanics)||3-speed Automatic transmission|
|Wheelbase||2360 mm (92.9 in)|
|Length||3395 mm (133.7 in)|
|Width||1475 mm (58.1 in)|
|Height||1620 mm (63.8 in)|
|Curb weight||820 kg (1808 lb)-920 kg (2028 lb)|
|Fuel capacity||31 litres (Convert/usgal impgal)|
The Honda That's is a Kei car manufactured since 2002 by Honda for the Japan market only. The vehicle has a 5-door "tall wagon" Hatchback body, with considerable height given its limited length and width, limited by kei car regulations limits. That's is based on the third-generation Honda Life kei car platform, and comes in both Front-wheel drive and All-wheel drive versions, and it shares the Life's E07Z Straight-3, 656 cc engine, available in either naturally-aspirated (38 kW) or Turbocharger (47 kW) versions (the latter was dropped in 2006 with the arrival of the turbocharged Honda Zest). All versions only come with a 3-speed Automatic transmission.
The That's went on sale in Japan on February 8, 2002 with prices starting at Japanese yen 1,034,000. On October 15, 2004, Honda released a special version, slashing the price to ¥ 900,000, which resulted in 200% increase in sales. A minor Facelift (product) took place in 2006, with the facelifted That's debuting on March 22 - at the same time, the turbocharged version was dropped.