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Used Honda Beat for sale (25 Results)

PhotoModelYear Km Engine GradeCar Price Delivery Price
20
New
Honda Beat 1993
1993
Apr
107,801
km
660
cc
Grade
R
US$3,993
10Honda Beat 1991
1991
122,000
km
660
cc
Grade
R
US$3,529
11Honda Beat 1991
1991
77,000
km
660
cc
Grade
R
US$1,940
18
-25%
Honda Beat 1991
1991
Jan
53,500
km
660
cc
US$5,795US$4,346
20
-25%
Honda Beat 1992
1992
144,000
km
660
cc
Grade
R
US$6,050US$4,537
6
New
Honda Beat 1991
1991
66,000
km
660
cc
Grade
R
US$3,706
23Honda Beat 1993
1993
Jan
68,000
km
660
cc
Grade
R
US$6,096
6
New
Honda Beat 1991
1991
72,000
km
660
cc
Grade
3
US$3,015
28
-25%
Honda Beat 1991
1991
97,000
km
660
cc
Grade
4
US$6,030US$4,523
PhotoModelYear Km Engine GradeCar Price Delivery Price
29
-25%
Honda Beat 1992
1992
103,000
km
660
cc
Grade
R
US$6,422US$4,817
22
-5%
Honda Beat 1991
1991
64,000
km
660
cc
Grade
R
US$8,120US$7,693
22
-25%
Honda Beat 1991
1991
83,000
km
660
cc
Grade
R
US$6,305US$4,729
9
-25%
Honda Beat 1991
1991
Jan
62,000
km
660
cc
Grade
R
US$6,050US$4,537
39Honda Beat 1992
1992
Jan
74,000
km
660
cc
Grade
R
US$6,628
11Honda Beat 1992
1992
151,000
km
660
cc
Grade
3.5
US$3,550

Buying Guide

If you are looking for an awesome classic Kei car, a Honda Beat will be a perfect option in your list. In fact there are many car enthusiasts hunting for a Honda Beat for sale nowadays. So you may want to know what reasons are behind this, right? To find out the answer, let’s check the Honda Beat review from auto experts and car lovers below:

Seeking For A Honda Beat For Sale? Read The Complete Rundown

General Information

Produced between May 1991 and February 1996, the Honda Beat is a rear-wheel-drive, mid-engined two-seat Kei car manufactured by the famous Japanese automaker Honda. The car was the last car that Soichiro Honda, the founder of Honda Motor Company, approved before he died in the year 1991. Over the 5-year period, there were around 33,600 units produced. Two-thirds of this number occurred in 1991, and then the sales and production decreased significantly in the later years. The design of the car was bought from Pininfarina, an Italian car firm. And as this car belongs to Kei-car class, it has many features to take benefit of Japanese tax regulations.

The main competitors of the Honda Beat are Mazda AZ-1 and Suzuki Cappuccino, both of them are Kei-cars too.

The Beat are available in 2 mainstream models (the PP1-100 and the PP1-110) and some limited edition versions. There were just cosmetic upgrades given to variations on the first model. Only the second model received any real mechanical differences. A driver’s side airbag was offered in all Honda Beat cars. And the car was made only for Japanese Domestic Market.

The engine of the Beat did not use a supercharger or turbocharger. The 656cc (40.0 cu in) engine was adjusted with the Multi Throttle Responsive Engine Control (MTREC) system, with separate throttle bodies for each of the 3 cylinders, to make 64 PS (63 bhp) at 8100 rpm with an electronically limited top speed of 135km/h (84 mph). The car was only available with manual transmission.

Versions

Standard equipments: steel wheels, soft top, halogen head-lamps, side-toughened glass, front laminated glass, front stabilizer, sun visor, 3-point seat belt, power windows and air conditioning

1992.02: The Beat Version F has the alloys wheel and Aztec Green Pearl color

1992.05: The Beat Version C has the white alloy wheels and Captiva Blue Pearl color

1993.05: The Beat Version Z has the alloy wheels, exhaust pipe finisher, a rear spoiler, mud guards, 3 black gauges, Evergrade Green Metallic or Blade Silver Metallic color.

Tips For Buying A Honda Beat For Sale Directly From Japan

In recent years, some people tend to import used cars directly from Japan rather than buying cars from their local showrooms. This is a pretty smart idea as it can help you to save some bucks but still get your ideal car in good condition. So if you are planning to buy a used Honda Beat for sale by this way, here is a buying process you might need to know.

1. Search and pick the vehicle you want from some Japanese used car platforms such as CarfromJapan.com. Send Inquiry for condition, price, history and further information of the Honda Beat. The Japanese car sales executives will make a response to you directly via Email or Phone Call.
Be aware of fake-emails as there are many scams which may con you for money.

2. After that, the next thing to do is negotiating with the Japanese car sales executives for a good price which fits your budget.

At present the Honda Beat price varies from $6,000 to $11,000 depending on the model year, condition and other factors of the car so you can base on this range to find your car.

3. Next, send a request for a proforma invoice, place your order and make payment that may be either through VISA or bank wire. The sales executives will notify you about the following things such as Payment Confirmation, Shipping date, Copy of Bill of Lading, Original papers and then you get the order in this case of the car.

Final Words

Honda Beat is such a great example of what can be achieved within the Kei-car specifications and is surely a car to purchase if you love to handle over pure acceleration/speed. If you are planning to buy one, check it carefully for engine and rust problems.

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