When Honda announces 2018 lineup, what will you be looking at?
In September 2018, Honda Motor Co., the Japanese auto giant’s parent company, said that it would unveil the 2019 Honda Fit, a compact sedan that will be the company’s most expensive car ever.
But in November 2018, the automaker revealed that it was delaying the Fit announcement until 2019, when it would begin manufacturing the Fit SE, which will be its flagship sedan.
By then, Honda expects to have made some major changes to the Fit.
For one, it plans to launch the 2019 Fit SE with a 1.6-liter turbocharged engine, a move that Honda has said is designed to improve fuel economy.
The automaker also plans to introduce a new version of the Fit, which it calls the Fit LE, in 2019.
That vehicle will come with a smaller, 1.5-liter engine and the redesigned interior, but the changes to 2019 will be smaller than in the previous model, the Fit Classic, which was introduced in 2014.
According to Honda, the 2019 model will be powered by a 1,700-horsepower 2.0-liter inline-six that will come equipped with a five-speed automatic transmission and a 6-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission.
The 2019 Fit will be priced at $27,200.
For 2019, Honda also said it will make some changes to its lineup, including introducing the Fit X, a sporty crossover.
The new crossover will be sold in three different models: the Fit E, the Sport X, and the Sport XL.
The Sport X will offer buyers an eight-passenger version, while the Sport E and Sport XL will offer eight- and nine-passengers respectively.
According in the press release, the 2018 Fit will feature a base price of $27.00, with the optional Active Brake Package, which adds a 1-kilowatt-hour electric motor to the rear axle.
A new $1,500 optional Power Package adds a new powertrain with a six-speed manual transmission, a rear-mounted lithium-ion battery, and a four-wheel disc brake caliper.
The optional EcoBoost Technology package adds electric assist, adaptive cruise control, and lane departure warning.
In the 2019 models, the driver will also get the option of an optional 18-inch touchscreen, which Honda says is designed for driving in traffic, or an 18-in.
touchscreen with an 8-inch display, which the automakers says is intended for “business and leisure applications.”
Honda says the 2019 range will be “the most competitive” of its models, and it will offer a price point of $29,200, which is lower than the $34,500 price tag of the previous generation.
The 2018 Fit SE will come out in late 2019.
If the 2019 version of Honda’s lineup is any indication, the company will continue to invest in the 2018 model.
The Fit SE has been in production since 2014, and Honda said in March 2018 that it had sold approximately 1.2 million units.
The car is also expected to be offered in a handful of different colors.
The company will debut the 2019 versions of the models in the United States, China, and Mexico.
In 2019, the 2017 model will arrive with a 6.2-liter Turbocharged, turbocharged four-cylinder engine, which, according to the automatics, will make 250 horsepower.
The 2016 model will come standard with a 3.6.5L V6 engine, and there will also be a new EcoBoost technology package for the 2018 models.
The 2015 model will have a 6L engine with a turbocharged output of 305 horsepower.
Other changes to 2018 models are expected to include: New interior features: The 2018 models will feature an updated design, with a new front fascia and a redesigned rear fascia that feature a new curved, curved roofline.
The dashboard will feature new leather-wrapped controls and an electric infotainment system that can be controlled by the driver.
New rear seats: The new 2018 models have new rear seats that feature new soft-touch fabric that has been designed to reduce the impact of seat belts.
The seats will be made of a special fabric that will make the seats feel better, while still offering the driver comfort.
A full-width headrest is also now standard on the 2018 car.
The seatbelts on the 2017 models have been improved.
The 2017 model also has an active rearview mirror.
Honda has also said that the 2018 Civic will be offered with a revised front fascium and a revised rear fascium, which have been designed for improved crash resistance.
The changes to 2017 models include: The 2017 models will be available in two trim levels: the standard Sport, which comes with a choice of either a base engine or a 1GHz turbocharged turbocharged three-cyliner engine; and the Premium Sport, a 3GHz turbocharger with an optional electric motor.
The standard model will start at $29.90, and