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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. We took our translators out and surfed a number of Japanese websites and forums and discovered the same three photos in higher resolution along with three more additional screenshots.
The photos come from a scan of what is apparently press photography for the new Fit, sold as the Jazz in other markets. It may look different than the car we get here in North America, as Japanese-spec cars usually get their own style.
Though at first glance these photos look like a next-generation Insight from the front, the dimensions are more fitting for the Fit, while the rear photo is a dead giveaway with the Fit emblem intact. According to the leaked source, the third-generation Honda Fit will debut in Japan in the final quarter of this calendar year, so a Tokyo Motor Show debut is likely.
2014 Honda Fit Price :
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2014 Honda Fit Interior :
The all new 2014 Honda Fit would have a 2,4 inch longer wheelbase and hence, will have an even roomier cabin than the current model. However, the increased wheelbase won’t really affect the overall length and the new Jazz won’t be longer than 14 feet.
The new car will come with a taillight cluster that would be shaped like a diamond and the boot, at 15 cft, will offer 1 cubic feet of more space. The new car will also get triangular reflectors incorporated into its bumpers. The car will borrow many design cues from the Urban SUV concept that was showcased at the North American International Auto Show 2013.
2014 Honda Fit Exterior :
The first generation Fit had been sold overseas as early as 2001, gaining awards and praise for its excellent reliability, low running costs, and good resale value, before it landed on our shores for 2007. It also won hearts because both the first and second generations of Honda Fits were just more fun to drive than their competitors though the Ford Fiesta and Chevy Sonic in particular have substantially closed that gap.
The first Fit’s 109 horsepower, 1.5-liter VTEC four-cylinder engine, paired with a five-speed manual or five-speed automatic transmission, and front-wheel drive, gave the Fit good performance, along with steering and suspension that felt slightly more on the sporty side than its rivals at the time. The model lineup for each model year includes Fit and Fit Sport models, with the Sport in recent years adding alloy wheels, fog lamps, and a rear stabilizer bar, plus cruise control, keyless entry, and steering-wheel controls.
2014 Honda Fit Engine :
It’s important to note that these images are said to be that of the new Japanese-market Jazz, but there has historically been very little difference between the appearances of the NA Fit and the JDM model. We might see more differentiation in powertrain, however – IndianAutosBlog, which first posted the images, says that the Jazz will receive 1.2- and 1.4-liter four-cylinder, and reports that a three-cylinder model is also possible. On the diesel front, Honda’s new Earth Dreams 1.6-liter i-DTEC four is expected to make an appearance, but we certainly wouldn’t expect that powertrain in our market, even if it’s clean enough to run without aftertreatment.
As for the engine, there will be a 1.5-liter 4-cylinder engine with 117 horsepower, and 3-cylinder petrol engine that is expected to spend a gallon of petrol on 80 miles. The Japanese carmaker also has an intention to produce the 2014 Honda Fit hybrid version in order to meet the request for reduction in consumption and emission. The 2014 Honda Fit can be ordered both with five-speed automatic transmission and with standard five-speed manual gearbox.