2020 Honda Fit Takes the Stage at Tokyo Motor Show

2020 Honda Fit revealed at Tokyo Motor Show

Honda recently unveiled the 2020 Honda Fit during the Tokyo Motor Show, showcasing the fourth-generation model’s impressive features. Even as a compact car, the Fit has plenty of space for your family to enjoy the drive.

For the 2020 model year, the Honda Fit offers five trim levels: Luxe, Crosstar, Ness, Home and Basic. Each trim level boasts better visibility as a result of the more concealed windshield wipers, thinner front pillars and a lower instrument panel.

The 2020 Fit also comes with an array of standard Honda Sensing® driver-assistive technologies, including eight sonar sensors and a front wide-view camera. Other updates consist of added in-cabin storage, wireless Apple CarPlay® smartphone integration and a new LDC touch-screen interface

The Fit will continue to have the same Magic Seat® it had previously, but with more padding and flexibility so you can be more comfortable on road trips.

On the Home trim, you will find high-quality materials and coordinated colors as well as a leather-wrapped steering wheel. The Ness trim has an athletic look and comes with water-repellent seats. For the Crosstar trim, there’s roof rails and 16-inch wheels. In addition, the Luxe trim offers exterior chrome accents and leather seating for a luxurious appearance.

Learn more about the new features and other upgrades to the 2020 Honda Fit when you visit us at Russell Honda.

Honda NeuV Concept Heading to CES 2017

We thought we’d seen it all at last year’s Consumer Electronics Show, but Honda is out to prove us wrong. The Japanese automaker is bringing a new concept to CES 2017 and it could change how we look at and interact with cars. The Honda NeuV Concept will feature an “emotion engine,” something that hasn’t been seen outside of movies.

On top of having an “emotion engine,” the concept car will also be an all-electric vehicle. A single, seamless glass pane covers the majority of the car. The two-seater model boasts an electric motor and autonomous driving technology as well. Wide doors stretch wheel-to-wheel to add even more style to the concept.

The new “emotion engine,” which is what really makes the car so interesting will be a part of Honda’s Cooperative Mobility System. The automaker will have more details about what that is exactly at the show.

The artificial intelligence technology will allow the car to create its own emotions to better understand those of the driver and passengers. While the car won’t really be able to think for itself, it will allow for a new way for owners to connect with their cars.

Here at Russell Honda, we’re interested to see what this new concept is all about.