2018 Honda Fit is granted a fresh Sport trim
Honda is currently updating its tiny and gorgeous Fit for next year, providing the vehicle with a strikingly new sport trim as well as added technology.
The sport trim sparks a bit more aggression in the car’s styling, though it shouldn’t be confused with the Civic Type R. Here we see a fresh rear and front fascia in addition to an aero kit. The aero styling enhancements involve a low front splitter, featuring orange highlights and a tiny diffuser out back. The 2018 Honda Fit also comes with a chrome-tipped exhaust as well as integrated fog lights and glossy black 16-inch wheels.
Some eye-catching yellow and orange paint – that’s what you can get 2018 Honda Fit with. When looking inside, there’s a mind-blowing kingdom of orange, covering literary everything, including the steering wheel, armrest, shift knob and stitching on the seats.
The entire suite of driver assist options on any trim level is available to potential purchasers. For instance, customers can count on lane-keeping assist, collision mitigation, adaptive and warning cruise control. The vehicle’s 7-inch touchscreen turns to be Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatible.
That’s the entire list of cosmetic updates to the fresh and fun-to-drive steel beast from the reputable Japanese car maker, but to conclude with we should also mention its four-cylinder 1.5-liter turbo powertrain. No one knows yet its real performance.