The Honda Fit/Jazz has been completely redesigned for 2020. We put the third and fourth generations side by side to see just how much everything’s changed.
The 2020 Honda Fit (Jazz in Europe) has been revealed, and it has an all new, but very familiar body with more refined styling inside and outside.
The 2020 Honda Fit has an all new body with more refined styling, a much more luxurious interior with a large touchscreen and fully digital instruments.
The backup camera fitted to the 2015 Honda Fit has three different fields of view: a standard fish eye view, a corrected view, and one looking down the rear bumper.
The 2012 Fit Sport has a 1.5-liter with 117hp (87kW) and 106 lb-ft (144Nm), a 5-speed manual or automatic, alloy wheels, and rear Magic Seats.
The 2018 model year Honda Fit has a mild facelift with a new grille, front and rear bumpers, and taillamp design, as well as upgraded safety technology.
The 2018 Honda Fit facelift has a new grille, bumpers, and taillamps. It gains a Sport model, colors (including orange), and Honda Sensing safety tech.
The 2017 Honda Fit Hybrid facelift has a new grille, bumpers, headlamps and taillamps, and an upgraded interior. On sale from June 2017 in Japan.
The third generation Honda Fit (Jazz in Europe) has an all new platform, and body, but retains the flexible rear Magic Seats.
The Honda Fit is one of those cars that’s not sexy nor particularly desirable, but when it comes to space, price and versatility, it’s pretty hard to beat.