2018 Honda Fit Wows For Its New Trim And Host Of New Enhancements!

Jun 14, 2017 01:00 AM EDT | Paul Urban

The 2018 Honda Fit (Jazz in other parts of the world) is considered small yet incredible subcompact. It is Honda's smallest but don't let the small size fool. It does make up in enhancements making it one of the biggest, in terms of safety that is.

The 2018 Honda Fit has beefed up its safety features even more. Many have this notion that small cars tend to also be small in its safety offerings, but not the Fit. It does have Honda Sensing package of active-safety and driver-assistance technology. This is by far the best enhancement this small wonder received.

There is also a host of other additions such as automated emergency braking and lane-departure warning. To add to this is the inclusion of lane-keeping assist as all these come standard on the EX trim level and above. It has collision mitigation braking and road departure mitigation as well.

The exterior design has received significant enhancements too. All 2018 Fit models are a recast front fascia, which incorporates a new dual-element chrome/piano-black grille design with a more prominent "H." It does have restyled headlamps featuring a more integrated look. The rear fascia has received some enhancements too for having character lines and new taillight treatment.

The 2018 Honda Fit also introduces a new Sport variant, which comfortably lies between LX and EX models. The Fit truly is a sight to behold and a wonder to experience the moment it gets officially released.

Interestingly enough, even its colors are even made more attractive and exciting. Honda has added two new colors in the form of Orange Fury and Helios Yellow Pearl. This ensures that the 2018 Honda Fit definitely fits the preference and personality of its future owners. Honda definitely has yet again produced another genius in the form of the upcoming Fit.

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