CHICAGO – Honda Motor Co. Ltd. is looking to sell about 50,000 units annually of its Fit model in the U.S., Dan Bonawitz, vice president-auto operations, American Honda Motor Co. Inc., tells Ward’s. The B-segment vehicle, which is set for a spring 2006 launch, will slot in under Honda’s stalwart Civic C-segment car in the auto maker’s U.S. lineup and should appeal to a wide array of buyers, young and old. (See related story: Honda Fit Coming Next Spring) Honda Fit “(The Fit) is ...

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