2015 Honda Fit (Jazz) Review

2014 Honda Fit front side

According to our recent findings 2015 Honda Fit (in some markets has the name Jazz) will come with a big change. Unofficially redesign of the car will be reflected in the new exterior and a new engine. Honda plans to pay more attention to this car and we expect that the new 2015 Honda Fit attract big interest.

2015 Honda Fit side view

The current version of the Honda Fit (Jazz) is not among the highly fuel economical cars. If EPA numbers is very important for you when you buying a car, then 2013 Honda Fit (Jazz) certainly will not be your first choice. The current Fit’s fuel economy of 28 mpg in city and 35 highway with the five-speed automatic transmission, or 27/33 mpg with the five-speed manual gearbox, are not exactly at the top of the class. With a major redesign, which is expected to be implemented in 2015 Honda Fit, this little hatchback will maybe get a sedan and a crossover version. Concept version of the Honda Fit SUV model is already presented. We also expect that this model gets all-new direct-injection powertrains and CVT transmissions. And that’s in addition to the possibility of the next-generation i-DCD small-car hybrid system.

2015 Honda Fit rear side

Unofficially most Honda Fit models which will be on the market in mid-2014 will come with a 1.5-liter direct-injection four-cylinder engine and continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT), when we expect the next generation of 2015 Honda Fit. This model will be built at Honda’s plant in Mexico. The new engine makes at least 125 horsepower and 112 pound-feet of torque (at minimum a six-percent boost from the existing engine, Honda says), and it arrives under the ‘Earth Dreams’ initiative to boost fuel economy in Honda’s next-generation powertrains,  To complete the package, it’s mated to the middle of Honda’s three new-generation CVTs.

2015 Honda Fit interior

The Honda has great expectations of the new Fit generation. Pairing these two new components of the engine, it is expected that 2015 Honda Fit will be a 10% more fuel efficient and acceleration of this car will be increased by 15%. This engine is a fast, reliable and smooth, with no harsh transitions, and the CVT worked well with it, with far less of the rubber-band effect and delay for quick bursts of acceleration.

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