TOKYO, Nov 21 (Reuters) - Honda Motor Co's redesigned Fit subcompact won Japan's Car of the Year award, beating finalists including Nissan Motor Co's Skyline and Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd's Subaru Impreza. The second-generation Fit, called the Jazz in some markets, garnered more than 20,000 orders in the first two weeks since it went on sale on Oct. 26. Japan's second-biggest automaker has said it aimed to sell an average 12,000 Fits a month at home. The coveted award, given annually by ...
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