Honda has released a slightly spruced up version of the Fit Shuttle. The latter is still based on the previous Fit/Jazz in spite of the new model being released last month.
The new and compact multipurpose vehicle features new particularities such as a front bumper and grille. Furthermore, the new model presents exciting new choices of hubcaps and alloys. Regarding the interior, Honda presents a `Smart Selection` grade for the hybrid version in cause; this comes with heated front seats and interior partially covered in leather. Attention to aesthetic details is again present existent, featuring orange stithching on the gear lever, seats and on the steering wheel.
Like previously, the base model is powered by a 4 cylinder, 1.5 liter i-VTEC gasoline engine delivering 120 break horsepower (89 kW). The hybrid falls back on a 1.3 liter gasoline mill and a 13 bhp (10 kW) electric motor.
The new model is already available for purchase in Japan; the prices for the 2014 Honda Fit Shuttle range from 1.64M yen (app. 16.600 USD) up to 1.99M yen (22.200 USD).
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