TOKYO — Honda Motor Co. Ltd. introduces its new “Fit” subcompact car in Japan. The Fit is the first entry in the automaker's new “Small Max” vehicle lineup, which incorporates Honda's global small platform with its new i-series engines. The Fit is powered by a new 1.3L i-DSI (dual and sequential ignition) engine and sports a roomy interior with flexible seating arrangements. It also makes fuel efficiency a high priority, boasting the ability to 4.6 L/100km (52 mpg), outdoing the Vitz, ...
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