2018 Honda Fit Changes, Redesign and Release Date
Designed as one of best hybrid cars, the new 2018 Honda Fit will be ready to enter the market as the third generation with a lot of changes and improvements. The best part of the car is the new cabin with the improved engine, braking and handling. The Main highlight is the safety factors. Its trademark is the hybrid engine with the excellent fuel economy. You will be amazed by its performance.
We have no solid information that can tell us about the possible changes on the bodywork of 2018 Honda Fit. We only expect to see minor redesigns around the details. We think the car may follow the current trends such as redesigned cosmetic details or lighter bodywork to provide. The most important are Honda should improve its stability and performance so that it is more than just to go with an excellent design to make it totally different from the previous model. For example, since they have a big concern on the braking and handling capability, it means that they should improve its body structure including the suspension.
The company involved many things to the interior of 2018 Honda Fit. This new generation will get more airbags and more assist features such as start/stop, ESS and hill start. The safety will be secured with the city break active system. It will get the advanced level of comfort with the leather-wrapped seats and revisited AC system. In addition, the company has many efforts to improve its systems such as USB, Bluetooth and touchscreen. The dashboard has large LCD and the audio is better than before since it has new speakers. For the door panels will be refreshed.
2018 Honda Fit probably will take 1.5 liter and four-cylinder Atkinson engine that is provided to give incredible mileage. It will be paired with seven-speed double transmission box to send about 130 hp to the front wheel. The torque power is 115 lb-ft of torque. It is also possible to get six-speed CVT transmission with one output. The less torque can be found from the 1.3-liter petrol engine to deliver 100 lb-ft and 130 hp. The body enhancements improve the handling and cornering capability.
2018 Honda Fit is expected to be ready to hit the market at the end of 2017 with the price for the base model about $18,000 and the higher trims around $25,000.