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Fit (United States of America, 2008)

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Debuted in 2008, this Honda Fit (US) belongs to the 2nd generation of the Fit model. With a price of $15.100, it is the lowest priced in the range at launch. The version is powered by a front-mounted petrol 1497cc engine with a power output of 111 hp at 5800 rpm and a maximum torque of 143 nm. The Fit (US) features the biggest engine offered. For the Fit (US) with front wheel drive configuration, power is transmitted to the wheels by a 5-speed manual transmission. In terms of efficiency, this vehicle's combined fuel consumption is fixed at 8.11 l/100km. As for the seating arrangement, it offers space for up to 5 persons. The version of the Fit comes with disc brakes at the front and drum brakes at the rear . It has macpherson strut suspension at the front and torsion-beam axle at the rear.

Note: This car profile refers to vehicles available in USA.


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Fit is a supermini 5-door hatchback launched in 2001. The model was launched under the name “Jazz” for Europe, Australia and some countries in Asia and Middle East. The model was very well received in United States of America, which determined its introduction in Europe. Fit replaced Civic that grew in size and changed class, from subcompact to compact.   more
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