Upcoming Honda Fit Now Comes With Driver Assistance Suite!

May 12, 2017 01:20 AM EDT | Paul Urban

The upcoming Honda Fit now comes with one of its latest developments. It is rumored to be come with an advanced technological update of its kind, which is interestingly benefiting the safety of its drivers and passengers alike.

The upcoming Honda Fit is leaked to come fully-equipped with driver assistance suite. This is definitely a step-up as this small vehicle is made even safer both for the passengers and drivers. It now comes with automatic braking technology, pedestrian collision mitigation, lane keeping assist, adaptive cruise control, and traffic sign recognition.

As safety is most important factor in considering a car purchase, Honda even gave the buying public more reason to consider its Fit. For those who are not too keen on driving larger vehicles and SUV, the upcoming Fit should "fit" their requirements as well.

On the other side of the world, however, the Honda Fit is known as Honda Jazz. It is almost entirely similar to Fit. The Honda Fit (which is known as Honda Jazz in Japan) has been recently unveiled in Honda's Japanese website before it goes on sale this June. Also, the leaked brochure, which made the rounds online last week proved that its images are legitimate.

An interesting development is that in Japan, the Fit or Jazz will have a hybrid variant. It also features more modern headlight internals with LED driving lights, which integrates to the revised grille. There is also new front bumper and revised taillight graphics.

The upcoming Honda Fit is expected to also come with configurable Magic Seats that may be folded to make room for more cargos. Its powertrain has yet to be confirmed but may still come with the same 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine, which is capable of producing 130-horsepower and 114 pound-feet of torque.

There is no definite news on the official release of the upcoming Honda Fit. However, some reports suggest that it may be out by summer of this year, maybe following the lead of Japan's counterpart, the Jazz. Prices are also yet to be announced. Any latest news relating to the exciting upcoming Honda Fit will immediately be reported.

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