Thursday, July 27, 2017

The 2018 Honda Fit is Almost Here

The 2017 Honda Fit has been a hit among drivers here at Keyes Honda. Whether they’re in the market for something eye-catching, versatile, or fuel-efficient, they’ve found what they’re looking for in this well-engineered Honda vehicle. The 2018 Honda Fit hasn’t arrived at our dealership near San Fernando, CA yet, but it’s on its way, and it looks likely to continue the trend of wowing drivers.

 The 2018 Honda Fit will hit the road with a 1.5L DOHC direct-injected 4-cylinder i-VTEC™ engine with Variable Cam Timing (VTC). Drivers will get to make the most of that engine thanks to retuned suspension dampers, a more rigid steering system, and additional body reinforcements.

While the engineers at Honda have certainly revved up the driving dynamics of the Honda Fit, they’ve matched their efforts with an equal focus on comfort. The new 2018 Honda Fit has a quieter cabin than ever before thanks to improved transmission and steering system mounting hardware, and the addition of acoustic-laminated glass and added insulation.

Those aren’t the only additions to the Honda Fit on the way with the 2018 model. In fact, there’s a whole new Honda Fit preparing to make its debut: The 2018 Honda Fit Sport. This new model has its own unique sense of style thanks to an aggressive aero-form front spoiler and rear diffuser, bright orange pin-striping, 16-inch aluminum alloy wheels with gloss-black finish, chrome exhaust-pipe finisher, and side sill garnishes. A black interior with orange contrast stitching is waiting when you open the door and climb behind the wheel.

The 2017 Honda Fit already boasts great passenger space, immpressive fuel efficiency, sophistication, practicality, and affordability. The 2018 Honda Fit will build on that platform to continue sweeping drivers off their feet and into the driver’s seat. You’ll be able to test drive one soon here at our dealership when it joins our lineup of new Honda vehicles. 

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