2015 honda fit sneak preview

 Here is a 2015 honda fit sneak preview from the auto show

2015 honda fit review

 Here are some comments from around the web on the latest changes to the FIT.

“It’s still small, but Honda found ways to make more room inside its popular Fit while adding some pizzazz to the front and high-end amenities in a new model presented Monday.

One of the most anticipated introductions at the Detroit Auto Show, the new Fit was technically a tad shorter and wider, but the gains of inside legroom made it feel like a much more generous mid-sized saloon.” source

And yes, for the Fit fanatics there are still the Magic Seats to the rear that can fold up–or down flat. source

The 2015 Fit is wider and has a longer wheelbase which makes for more room inside even though the car is a bit shorter.

With the new Fit is the debut of a new direct-injected 1.5-liter engine that generates 130 horsepower – 11 horsepower more than the outgoing engine – and 114 pound-feet of torque. There are also two new transmissions: a 6-speed manual or a new continuously variable transmission, part of Honda’s switch to CVTs instead of conventional automatic transmissions. source

“The Honda Fit is a small car with big aspirations. Faster, more fuel-efficient and more fun, it’s a subcompact with larger-than-life-capabilities,” said John Mendel, executive vice president of automobile sales for American Honda Motor Co., Inc.

The all-new Fit unveiled at the Detroit Auto Show rides on a fresh subcompact platform motivated by a redesigned Earth Dreams powertrain. Naturally the rejiggered unibody comprises enough high-strength steel to bolster overall stiffness while trimming 57 pounds of weight, despite a wheelbase stretch of 1.2 inches. And as if it’s showing off on the packaging front, Honda admirably shrank the exterior by 1.6 inches in overall length (it is a scant 0.3 inch wider) while increasing rear legroom by 4.8 inches and overall passenger space by 4.9 cubic feet. That’s 10.8 percent more room for people in a half-percent smaller body. Seats-folded max cargo drops slightly from 57.3 to 52.7 cubic feet, but that’s still on par with crossovers like the Jeep Patriot, which is 22.7 percent larger outside. Source

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