It is an exciting time ahead for Honda fans as the Japanese carmaker is preparing to launch a separate vehicle based on the Fit and it is called the Honda Crossover Fit. Today, the world can already learn on the Honda HRV Crossover Fit through viewing its concept model.
Without a doubt, the HRV Crossover Fit looks like a work of art. The mini-SUV is made to appear like a 2-door coupe but instead, it has 4 doors to offer. Honda has done a fine job in hiding the rear 2 doors to make the HRV Crossover Fit appear like a normal coupe.
To further complete the package, the hatch features a sloping roofline. Then again, such a feature sacrifices the rear passenger head room and also the shoulder room. The good news is that the leg room is of the same measurement with the original Honda Fit due to the shrunken car box.
While no details were shared on the sort of engine that will power the HRV Crossover Fit, Honda did reveal that the vehicle will be operated by a CVT transmission but there is an added 6-speed manual option for consumers.
The Honda HRV Crossover Fit weighs at about 2600lbs and it will be retailing from $16,000. Prices for this upcoming hatch will be capped at $21,000.