Honda Motor Co. Ltd. launches its second-generation Fit in Japan Oct. 26. The small car was first introduced in Japan in June 2001. It now is sold in some 115 countries, with cumulative deliveries of more than 2 million. The new Fit is based on Honda’s innovative center tank layout, with a longer wheelbase and wider track for enhanced interior space and practicality. Honda says the front pillar has been moved forward to create a spacious interior that is equivalent to a midsize sedan. ...

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