2010 Honda Airwave Review

Honda Airwave being a sub-compact vehicle from this huge company has something unique to offer. Its production started from 2005 to 2010, though even today it is greatly demanded as a used vehicle. The vehicle comes with state of art features and economical price.


The van is commonly known for multiple parts, Honda Airwave brings with it luxury seating with spaciousness inside. The outside body is a station wagon having five doors and is derived from City, Fit Aria, Fit and Jazz. It is basically built on a small car platform giving it an edge on many.

The station wagon is a 4 door option, with unibody chassis. The collision does not destroy vehicle as the car is divided into front and back part separated well. Therefore if back gets damaged the front part remain fully intact and functional.

Mesmerizing Specificationshonda airwave

The Honda Airwave specs make it a mesmerizing experience. The exterior has Alloy Wheels for durable on road experience, the Roof Rail for additional luggage carriage and stylish lights for illuminating vehicle to the premium level. The Alloy Wheels not only add design to the tire rims, rather stronger tires are fixed for durability and class simultaneously. The Fog lights along with front and rear bumper lights have refined over the generation, giving the road safety level a new height.


The interior has dark and light color scheme providing choice to customer at the time of purchase. Hence interior that soothes one can be identified and bought. The Honda Airwave specs inside are the power options in Power Window for smooth up and down movement with low force exertion with Power Steering for smooth right and left movement, leading to efficient maneuvering in minimal force requirement.

The safety specs included Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) and Traction Control for lock brake prevention and traction optimal distribution. The Air bags further facilitate the process.