Konnichiwa, Honda S660! I picked this guy up earlier today and will be living with it for a few days. At last, you’ll get a Jalopnik Review of Honda’s new micro-sports car. As this is a car Japan selfishly keeps to itself and does not export (officially), tell me what you want to know more about it.

This isn’t my first experience with the S660. I had a short drive in one back in 2015 after it was first launched. After seeing the concept car at that year’s Tokyo Auto Salon I knew I had to try one out. But I’m willing to take one for the team and try the S660 again to let you know more about it. You’re welcome, Americans.

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The car Honda Japan have very kindly lent me is the top spec Alpha trim painted in a lovely Premium Beach Blue Pearl color. It’s only available as a soft-top targa body style. It’s a six-speed manual.

You also get the choice of a CVT, but why would you?

The S660 is powered by a humble 660cc three-cylinder turbo unit. Power is rated at a thundering 64 horsepower and torque is an earth-shaking 77 lb-ft. It’s all part of the Kei-car regulations this car falls under, hence the yellow number plates.

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Prices start from ¥1,980,000, or about $17,780. So, what would you like to know more about Honda’s pint-sized sports car and what should I include in the review?