It seems like Japanese car maker Honda hasn’t yet given up on the existing Fit (aka Jazz). While the next generation Honda Fit has already been revealed and sales are expected to commence in some time, the Brazilian car market has received a new entry level variant of the current generation. Dubbed as the Honda Fit CX, the new entry level model, in all probability, have been launched to clear the stocks of the current gen model.
The Honda Fit CX has been launched at a starting price of 49,900 Reals ( approx INR 13.9 lakhs). The automatic variant has a sticker price of 53,900 Reals (approx INR 15 lakhs).
The cut price model misses out on alloy wheels and has a pair of blackened out headlights, along with a set of translucent tail lights.
On the inside, the car comes with an all black interior and misses out on audio system. However, the car does come equipped with dual front airbags, height adjust for steering column and parking sensors. In Brazil, the car is being sold with a 1.4-liter i-VTEC petrol engine that has a max power of 101hp on ethanol mixed petrol and 100hp on only petrol.