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Fit Automatic

Fit Automatic (United States of America, 2008)

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Introduced in the market in 2008, the Honda Fit Automatic (US) is the 2nd generation of the subcompact model. Under the hood, the model variant is powered by a straight 4 1497cc engine which delivers maximum output of 111 hp at 5800 rpm and a maximum torque of 143 nm. The Fit Automatic (US) features the biggest engine offered. This front wheel drive version has an automatic transmission with a 5-speed gearbox. In terms of efficiency, the vehicle's combined fuel consumption is fixed at 7.59 l/100km. This hatchback has room for 5 people. The 5-door Honda Fit Automatic (US) has 3998 mm in length with a wheelbase of 2451 mm, it is 1524 mm tall and 1681 mm wide. The Honda 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.

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