2014 Honda Fit / Jazz leaks out again

2014 Honda Fit / Jazz leaked photo 05.07.2013
2014 Honda Fit / Jazz leaked photo 05.07.2013 / caranddriverbrasil.uol.com.br

To be revealed in November

Additional images allegedly depicting the 2014 Honda Fit / Jazz have been posted by Car and Driver Brasil. These seem to be taken from the same Japanese brochure.

The wheelbase of the new model has been extended by 8 cm (3.1 inches) and the car has an overall length of 3.96 meters (155.9 inches). As a result of the increased wheelbase, the new model offers an extra 65mm of rear legroom.

Honda plans on selling a Fit RS version in Japan which will be powered by a 1.5-liter i-VTEC engine, while the outdated five-speed automatic gearbox will be replaced by a CVT. There is also going to be a hybrid version but details are not available at this moment.

The all-new Honda Fit / Jazz will be revealed in November at the Tokyo Motor Show. Pricing should remain just about the same.

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Sacto8780 Sacto8780
It will be VERY interesting to see if the new Fit won't change its overall body length for the US market model. My guess is that the new Fit for the US market will be: 1) only 1.0 to 1.5 inches longer than the current model, 2) will be very roomy front and back (possibly almost Accord-like rear legroom!) and 3) will switch over to a new 1.5-liter "Earth Dreams Technology" engine rated at 126 bhp with a much improved CVT automatic that will result in 31 city, 39 mpg highway EPA rating.
Jul 6th, 2013 8:47pm
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cargogh cargogh
Wow. That is an inch shorter than the first gen. Glad it isn't getting huge.
Jul 5th, 2013 9:59pm
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9TNine 9TNine
The US/Canada models were always a little longer than the non-US models by 6 inches (first gen) and 4.5 inches (second gen)... Thus the first gen (non-US version) was 152 inches in length.
Jul 5th, 2013 10:49pm
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AlexHoh AlexHoh
From the front, It kinda looks OK to me. Frpm the back, That needs to be burnt.
Jul 5th, 2013 9:35pm
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