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"RS Revival & Abolition of NESS" and other Honda Fit minor facelift information!

table of contents
●Fit small facelift information
●The most eye-catching is indeed the resurrection of "RS"
●Released in October, starting to accept orders in August

Fit small facelift information

Honda current Fit Modulo X

Honda's main small car product "Fit" is expected to undergo a minor facelift in the second half of this year.
The current Fit will complete a major facelift in 2020. Last year, a small facelift added a special car to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the Fit’s launch.
This small facelift will set new grades and original factory options. The following is a brief introduction to the currently known changes.

The most eye-catching is indeed the resurrection of "RS"

Previous-generation Fit RS (2017)

The main focus of this minor facelift should be the addition of a sports-style car model "RS".

The previous-generation Fit also has an RS level, and the high-end level is equipped with a 1.5L direct-injection DOHC i-VTEC engine and has exclusive interior and exterior colors.

Fit RS development car image courtesy: @nekotecR

It has also received information about a suspected new Fit RS development car before.

Since the front bumper, side skirts, some side panels, and around the windows are covered with camouflage models, it is inferred that these areas have changed the design.

Repeal NESS in alternation with RS

Current Fit NESS

The addition of RS was replaced by the abolition of the "NESS" rating.

NESS is one of the five levels currently set, and it is aimed at a lively customer group, and is equipped with comfort equipment and navigation peripheral kits. In addition, there are bright two-color colors similar to those on sportswear as an embellishment color for the interior and exterior.

Rich original options

In addition to the level, there will also be new factory options, but there is no further news.

It is guessed that there should be "blind spot detection system" and "360-degree surround view assist system".

Released in October, starting to accept orders in August

Japan is expected to release and sell the redesigned Fit around October 2022, and Japanese sales stores plan to open pre-orders in early August.

Original source:Honda Fit minor change information! "RS revival & NESS abolition" etc.
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