2014 Honda Fit Crossover

May 16th, 2013 | 0 Comments | Honda

2014 Honda Fit Crossover – Think about the 2014 Honda Fit Crossover lifted as a Honda Fit with no four-wheel drive and something that will never come to the U.S.. It debuted at the 2012 Sao Paulo Auto Show, and is built specifically for this market. Yep, it’s a revamped Honda Fit that South America gets to play without any plans for distribution … and I think it’s a shame.

Honda has very little presence in the Rocky Mountains and I am constantly saddened by the car manufacturer. They still build incredible running gear and, despite the fact that some mediocre designs of late, has the potential to surprise. Living in the Rocky Mountains, I know clearly what the benefits of a bit of ground clearance. Even front-wheel drive cars are more snow-worthy with a bit of height, the 2013 Honda Fit Twist Crossover has an excellent opportunity and rugged body additions that would kick ass. From what we know, there are no mechanical differences between the 2014 Honda Fit Crossover and regular fit.

2014 Honda Fit Crossover Redesign

2014 Honda Fit Crossover Redesign

2014 Honda Fit Crossover Redesign

What I do know is that the regular Honda Fit is one of the best cars in its class. It reminds me how well the company can be and how exciting their products may as well be. Do not believe me? Testing of any small car in this class and add two big dogs of the equation as I did. The versatility of the 2014 Honda Fit Crossover will be just as good as the regular Fit internally while external versatility of a proper roof rack to start.

2014 Honda Fit Crossover Release Date

2014 Honda Fit Crossover Release Date

2014 Honda Fit Crossover Release Date

We recently Honda Element that was at a time, one of the most utilitarian four-cylinder vehicles. Rumor has it that Honda is working on a 2014 Honda Fit Crossover to replace the Honda Element in our market … Oh, and unicorns are real. Sorry, but it’s hard to take Honda at their word these days.

2014 Honda Fit Crossover Concept

2014 Honda Fit Crossover Concept

They still build top-notch, but they are out of step with many consumers. Their design language and packaging is slightly out of step, and they tend to shy away from their youthful, sporty past. The 2014 Honda Fit Crossover looks like a good idea, it’s a shame we’ll probably never a row. The 2014 Honda Fit Crossover will go on sale in Brazil either at the end of 2013 or begging of 2014.

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