In 1969, the Honda Dax was introduced as a two-person alternative to the Monkey. Because of the somewhat longer, but still low, model, Honda derived its name from the Dachshund teckel. With its 10 inch wheels, small size and foldable handlebar, it was perfect for the small house owners in Tokyo, to be put on the rear of a camper van, and for use in the pit lane. The Dax was available as ST50 with 50cc, and ST70 with 70cc. In America, the Dax was available as CT70 Minitrail and as medium sized ST90.