One of the best hybrid vehicles out in the market is definitely Honda Fit. Now, it is coming into 2018, as a part of third generation, with many improvements and changes. Interior is getting new part and accessories, driving system is improved with engine, braking and handling works, and safety is now at even higher level. Trademark of 2018 Honda Fit compact car is its hybrid engine and magnificent fuel economy. Performance is not breathtaking, but it is going to be satisfied for upcoming vehicle.
2018 Honda Fit drivetrain
Source of power located under the hood of the 2018 Fit is a 1.5-l 4-cylinder Atkinson engine. Incredible mileage is prepared for this time as it was for predecessors. But, for 2018 year model, couple of miles are going to be added. Engine is mated to a 7-speed double transmission box, which sends 130 hp to front wheels. Torque of the new Fit is around 115 lb-ft. Other possibility is 6-speed CVT transmission with similar outputs. Less torque could come from 1.3-l petrol engine. This drivetrain delivers 100 lb-ft and 130 horsepower. New body parts are giving a boost to handling and cornering.
2018 Honda Fit safety
At first place, designers paid a lot of attention to interior of the 2018 Honda Fit. Third-generation of the vehicle is getting more airbags, many assist features, such as start/stop, hill start and ESS. Safety is additionally secured with city break active system. Comfort is also at high level, with leather-wrapped seats and revisited air-conditioning system.
2018 Honda Fit infotainment
Designers put a lot of effort in improving all systems in the 2018 Honda Fit. Connectivity as USB, Bluetooth, and touch-screen will make the ride with new Fit more enjoyable. Dashboard holds big LCD display where you can find all details about your car. Audio system is now even better than before, with new speakers added to the car. Door panels are also revisited and refreshed.
2018 Honda Fit release date
Late in 2017 we can expect first models of the 2018 Honda Fit to appear on the street. Buyers will be able to get one highly economical vehicle for themselves for around $18,000, while higher trims are valued up to $25,000.