The Honda Stream is a vehicle that was manufactured by Honda in 2000. It has an exterior design that is a mix between a compact MPV and SUV. Due to its height, it has been hard to classify the automobile as one or the other. The top speed of the Honda Stream is 127 miles per hour. A second generation of the car was eventually presented in 2006. Honda Stream has been most popular in Japan and Singapore. The car was never made available in North America.
The first generation of the Honda Stream was made available in 2000 in Japan. The car resembled the Civic due to having many of the same features. The first generation of the car contained a 4-speed automatic transmission, as well as a 5-speed automatic transmission. In 2003, the car was redesigned with a new engine that improved fuel efficiency. A main feature of the first generation of this car is that it used an ultra-lean gasoline engine. This engine used direct injection technology. It was the only car that offered this type of technology available in Japan. No other vehicles were made with this technology until the production of Earth Dream engines. This type of engine was marketed in the United States in 2011 when they were first produced.
The second generation of the Honda Stream began in 2006 and ended in 2014. This generation was made available internationally in two different specification levels. In 2014, Honda made the decision to stop producing the vehicle for the markets in Japan and Singapore. The vehicle is still available in Malaysia.
There are two variants of the Honda Stream. The Stream has two rows of seats, making a total of five seats. The wheels of the vehicle reduce weight, as well as improve acceleration and handling.