The 2012 Honda Fit is a car based on the proven strengths in sporty style that has been refurbished with upgraded interior on all models, as well as the addition of standard features. The Honda Fit comes with a compact size and tight diameter (34.4 feet) of this car makes it easy to navigate space is limited, especially in urban areas and a small parking lot. Compared to any other vehicle in the subcompact class, the five-passenger Fit provides the lowest, flattest cargo floor and the most cargo volume of 57.3 cu-ft. Pls the rear seats are down. Its four distinct seat configurations are designed to accommodate large objects ranging from mountain bikes to surfboards to tall houseplants.
Honda Fit Sport exterior updates for 2012 are new designs for the front grille and bumper, black headlight bezels and a dark “free image” of the finished alloy wheels (replacing a painted look). The reference model Fit retains its exclusive front design for 2012 and gives the body-color mirrors (previously black) and updated hubcaps.
The Honda Fit Sport interior is enriched with dark metal dashboard components to a uniform color scheme (replacing the previous black and gray theme). Honda Fit Sport gets additional chrome accents around instruments displayed. All models get redesigned center console mounted cup holders along with the ambient lighting console, which is easier access and more stability. All models have extra sound insulation measures in the floor, front wings and the A-pillars, plus thicker front corner window glass, to help create a quieter, more refined cabin environment. Two new colors are available: Blue Raspberry and Orange Metallic Metallic Burst, same colors of the previous model years to replace.
The 1.5-liter, i-VTEC® 4-cylinder engine is tuned to deliver an engaging combination of power and fuel economy. A five-speed manual transmission is standard and a five-speed automatic transmission is available. Steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters on Honda Fit Sport models equipped with the available automatic transmission allow for manual gear selection.
All models are powered by a four-cylinder engine that produces 117 horsepower at 6,600 rpm and 106 lb-ft. of torque at 4,800 rpm. When equipped with the available automatic transmission, the Fit has an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) city/highway/combined fuel economy rating of 28/35/31 miles per gallon. The Honda Fit Sport with the available automatic transmission has an EPA city/highway/combined fuel economy rating of 27/33/30 miles per gallon. All manual transmission-equipped models have an EPA city/highway/combined fuel economy rating of 27/33/29 miles per gallon.
A sporty, refined and dynamic driving experience is provided by the front MacPherson strut suspension and torsion beam rear suspension. Fifteen- and 16-inch wheels (Fit and Fit Sport, respectively) feature 175/65 R15 84S (Fit) and 185/55 R16 83H (Fit Sport) tires. The standard anti-lock braking system (ABS) with Electronic Brake Distribution (EBD) uses 10.3-inch ventilated discs in the front and 7.9-inch drums in the rear.
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