The Honda Fit is a fantastic vehicle that we at Lee’s Summit Honda are proud to sell. However, rumor has it that the 2019 Honda Fit will become even better. There may be a turbocharged engine option and a hybrid option!
The possible 2019 Honda Fit was shown in a Japanese publication where it was drawn with styling elements found in the newer Honda models. 2019 will bring about the fourth generation of the popular vehicle which could create some new engine options.
There may be a 1.0-liter turbocharged three-cylinder engine, which will be similar to the engine of the European Civic. Another option may be a hybrid variant, which will have a 1.5-liter i-VTEC four-cylinder engine.
In addition to the possibility of new engine options, the Japanese publication believes that the new Honda Fit will have a “Solid Wing Face” and have sharper LED headlights. The vehicle may also be lighter in weight and have some minor changes to the front bumper.
Although these are all just rumors, we must admit that we are excited to see what the future holds for the Honda Fit!
We at Lee’s Summit Honda are proud to be part of a company that cares about their drivers. Honda is currently running a social media campaign titled PhoneDownEyesUp. This campaign supports Distracted Driving Awareness month (which was April) and promotes safer driving habits.
Most people in American society try to multitask every moment of the day. Distracted driving is usually caused by multitasking, which is dangerous and difficult. Honda’s new video series features people attempting to text and complete an easy task. If someone cannot successfully garden and text, then they should not text and drive. As a disclaimer, even if you think that you can text and garden, you still should not text and drive!
The “Distracted Texting” videos are going to be shared through multiple social networks to remind people of the dangers of texting while driving. This campaign is easy to understand and is designed to be relatable, to reach millennials and all individuals tempted to text and drive.
Honda is committed to keeping all drivers safe on the road, so be sure to watch the videos found at honda.us/PhoneDownEyesUp.