Japanese car firm Honda unveiled the 2015 version of its Fit hatchback at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, USA. The car, known better as the Honda Jazz in India, has undergone a lot of redesigning and is poised to hit the US showrooms in spring.
The front of the car has been remodelled to lend it a more aggressive and sporty look along with a new grille and a new set of headlights. The rear of the car has also been worked on, getting LED tail lamp clusters and a hatch garnished in chrome. There is also a rear diffuser and sporty 16 inch, 5 spoke alloys.
The new Honda Fit gets a 1.5 litre, i-VTEC petrol engine that delivers 128 bhp, which in turn is connected to either a 6 speed manual or a CVT automatic gearbox. The suspension has been reworked and the chassis has been stiffened to heighten the driving experience. On the subject of features, the Fit gets toys like a multi angle rear view camera, Bluetooth connectivity, push button engine ignition, audio system with a 7” touchscreen and smartphone connectivity, a moon roof, leather upholstery, heated front seats, heated rear view mirrors and Honda’s LaneWatch system.