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Honda Racing to SEMA Show with Six New 2015 Fit Concepts

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Honda will stuff its SEMA Show booth in Las Vegas next month with six new 2015MY Fit project models.

Honda’s Lineup of Pre-Production Concepts Is Spearheaded by the Civic Type R

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Along the updated Civic lineup, Honda has brought to Paris quite a few pre-production prototypes: there’s the HR-V, CR-V, Jazz and the Civic Type R.

Honda's New Jazz Study is Fit for Europe

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These are the first images of Honda's new Jazz prototype that previews the European version of the latest Fit that's already available in other markets such as North America and Japan.

Something Tells Us This Lady is Accident Prone

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Sometimes, just sometimes, you can just get a feeling of a driver who is inexperienced, accident-prone or both just by looking at a screenshot

After Insight, the Fit EV is the Next Honda to Get the Axe

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When we first learnt that Honda was cancelling its Insight, we thought the next car to go was going to be the slow-selling CR-Z hybrid coupe, but it turns out we were wrong. The CR-Z will soldier on, but the Japanese automaker will be abolishing another model from its electrified range, the Fit EV.

Consumer Reports Finds Honda Fit is a City Car of Diverse Talents

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Since Consumer Reports thoroughly praised the new 2015 Honda Fit in their latest review of the car, we will start by mentioning the negative points they discovered. Firstly, the steering is reportedly noticeably less feelsome than on the old model, and the CVT gearbox that replaces the old five-speed is whiney and unpleasant.

Honda's First DIY Kit for the 2015 Fit Includes 180,000 Mechanical Parts

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One of the best April Fools’ Day jokes comes from Honda, which has announced it is offering a do-it-yourself (DIY) kit for the 2015 Fit, enabling handcrafters to build the car in their own home.

Honda Starts Building the 2015 Fit at its New Plant in Mexico

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Honda celebrated the production start of the redesigned 2015 Fit at its new plant in Celaya, Mexico. The event was attended by Enrique Pena Nieto, president of Mexico, and Takanobu Ito, president & CEO of Honda Motor Co.

Honda Issues Third Consecutive Recall Over DCT on New Fit and Vezel Hybrids

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It looks like Honda is having some persisting problems with the software program controlling the 7-speed dual clutch transmission (DCT) on the latest generation of the Fit Hybrid and the newly introduced Vezel Hybrid crossover, as the Japanese carmaker has announced the third consecutive recall related to the defect of the 7-speed DCT.

IIHS Finds Small Overlap Crash Test Proves Too Much for Most City Cars

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Out of the eleven subcompact cars that the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) recently tested, only one achieved an ‘acceptable’ rating in the difficult small overlap crash test. This has prompted them to call “these tiny vehicles the worst performing group of any evaluated so far.”

Consumer Reports Prods Around 2015 Honda Fit in Detroit

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The old Honda Fit/Jazz was one of ConsumerReports’ favorite city cars for its blend of interior space and reliability, but it was always let down by bland looks and a cut-rate scratchy interior. Now, they’ve had a look around the redesigned 2015 model-year Fit and their first report is a very positive one.

Honda Reveals New US-Spec 2015 Fit in Detroit, will be Made in Mexico

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Honda just pulled the veils off their all-new 2015 Fit, and not only did they fall with ease around its distinctly tapered flanks, but they revealed the exact same car we saw back in July of 2013 when the Jazz debuted in Japan. However, that car will be built much closer to its home market, whereas the Fit will roll off the brand new production line in Celaya, Mexico (at a planned rate of 200,000 per year).

Honda Lays Down Its Auto and Moto Goods for 2014 Tokyo Salon

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Just before the automotive world turns its attention to the Detroit Auto Show on January 13, Japan will host the annual Tokyo Auto Salon 2014, one of the top performance and styling events in the industry. Honda will attend the show with a diverse lineup of modified and special edition automobiles and motorcycles.

Honda Unnecessarily Teases US-Spec 2015 Honda Fit, Debuts in Detroit

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Even though the third-generation Honda Fit (known as Jazz in some markets) is no longer a secret, the Japanese carmaker has released a teaser photo of the North American version of the car, which will debut at next month's Detroit Auto Show as a 2015 model.

New Honda Fit and Fit Hybrid Receive Mugen's Stamp of Approval

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We had the opportunity to catch a fuzzy look at Mugen's goods for the new generation of the Honda Fit (called Jazz in Europe) through a leaked brochure shot last month, but now the real deal is out with the official release of the Japanese tuner's catalogue for both the regular and hybrid variants of the car.

Honda's official tuning partner has developed a bevy of styling and to a lesser extent, performance parts as well, most of which are common between the two Fit models.

Honda Applies a Minor Nip-n-Tuck to 2014 Fit Shuttle

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The world premiere of the third generation Honda Fit (called Jazz in other global markets) in Japan last month hasn't affected the production of the Fit Shuttle, which will continue in its current form for at least for another year, although with some minor updates that were presented today.

Leaked Catalogue Page Allegedly Reveals Mugen-Prepped Honda Fit

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While the Ford Fiesta ST, Renault Clio RS and Peugeot 208 GTi don't have anything to worry about a Mugen-prepped version of the newly-revealed Honda Fit as the company's offerings are mainly focused on the styling aspect of the tune, these purportedly official scans from the brand’s online catalogue show that the sub-compact model will soon be able to be upgraded with an assortment of goods.

This is the All-New 2014 Honda Fit – Jazz, Hybrid Version 35% More Fuel Efficient [63 Photos]

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The guessing game on whether last month's scans of the Honda Fit (also known as the Jazz) were real or not ended today as the Japanese carmaker came out with an official release and photos of its new subcompact model that will first go on sale in its home market this September, and then the rest of the world.

Whereas the new Fit retains its semi-tall hatchback stature, the third generation model's styling strays away from the looks of the first two iterations featuring more complex exterior lines combined with a sharper looking front end and a rear that will remind some of Volvo's crossovers.

The interior is also new and comes with more geometrical shapes and harder lines, along with fresh comfort and technology features such as the full-touchscreen controls on the center console.

Honda said that in Japan, the new Fit will launch in September in three flavors, a 1.3-liter unit delivering 100PS (99hp), a 1.5-liter engine producing 132PS (130hp) and a hybrid version fitted with a 1.5-liter Atkinson cycle (high expansion ratio cycle) engine.

Allegedly Real Photos of 2014 Honda Fit – Jazz Surface Online

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After the all-new Mazda3 came to life on the web before its official reveal, it's time for another Japanese carmaker to have one of its upcoming models pre-maturely released online – or so we believe, as we're not 100 percent sure yet.

Today, we were tipped off from Shrawan Raja of Indiasautoblog about three screenshots of the next generation Honda Fit sub-compact, which is also marketed as the Jazz in other markets around the world, including Europe, purportedly sourced from an official brochure.

Honda Slashes Fit EV's Monthly Lease Price by a Third, Down to $259

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The battery-powered Honda Fit EV has just become more affordable for American consumers as the Japanese carmaker has reduced the monthly lease price by more than 30 percent, from $389 to $259 a month for new as well as existing lessees beginning from June 1.

Honda's new three-year lease offer comes with no down payment and includes unlimited mileage, routine maintenance, collision coverage and a 240 volt EV home charging station equipment –albeit excluding installation- from Leviton.