The new Honda Fit will return to its previous designDecember 15, 2019
The Honda Fit (Jazz in some markets) was one of the most talked about cars at the Tokyo Motor Show-2019 due to its unusual and unexpectedly different style, demonstrating a definitive departure from the design of its world-famous predecessor.
For those who did not like the new design, but the plans are to purchase this compact hatchback, Honda has prepared good news. Fit 2020 model year will retain its current style, that is, the design of a sports hatchback, existing since 2014.
Despite preserving the outdated design (respectively, not getting the new one that was introduced in Tokyo), Honda equipped the new Fit with a proprietary set of auxiliary functions for the driver – Honda Sensing.
Honda Sensing is available as standard, complemented by the high-tech features of the top versions of EX and EX-L. So, the complex includes automatic high-beam headlights, a system for preventing a front collision with automatic braking when pedestrians are detected, adaptive cruise control, as well as a system for assisting with lane keeping and assisting on the road with a warning about leaving a lane. The Mexican Fit will also get Apple CarPlay and Android Auto support from Sport Trims and higher.
For the performance of the Honda Fit 2020 model year, the gasoline 1.5-liter i-VTEC engine will be responsible, in combination with a 6-speed manual transmission or CVT. The cost of new items will vary from 17,120 to 21,550 US dollars
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