Honda Acty

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The Honda Acty is a series of microvans and kei trucks by Japanese automaker Honda, designed for the Japanese domestic market. "Acty" is short for "Activity".

The Acty competes with the Subaru Sambar, Suzuki Carry, Daihatsu Hijet, and the Mitsubishi Minicab.


The first Acty trucks were introduced July 27, 1977, and replaced several Kei trucks Honda had previously offered, such as the () and the Honda T360. September 1, 1975, the Japanese Government revised the rules on Road Trucking Vehicle Law that regulated the dimensions and engine size of vehicles in this class. As a result, the first Acty trucks and vans were available with a 545 cc 2 cylinder SOHC water cooled engine, known as the EH engine, which produced at 5,500 rpm and at 4,000 rpm. The van was introduced November 1979. They are designed to be economical, agile work vehicles, and generally lack luxury options, although air conditioning and power steering are available along with various trim, decoration, and customization options. The first generation was produced from 1977-1988 (model series TA,TB,TC,VD,VH) , the second generation's years were 1988-1999 (model series HA1, HA2, HH1, HH2 with the EN05A engine; HA3, HA4, HA5, HH3, HH4 with the EN07A engine) and the third generation's years were 1999-2009(model series HA6, HA7, HH5, HH6 with EN07Z engine) appeared May 28, 1999 and the van is still in production. The fourth generation was introduced at the 41st...
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