The facelifted version of the Honda Fit Shuttle has been officially unveiled by the Japanese based automaker.
The Honda Fit Shuttle has recently received some mild upgrades, which should make the model more interesting to its future customers. The Fit Shuttle facelift is still based on the previous generation of the Fit / Jazz even if the new model has been officially unveiled just a few weeks ago. The “new” Honda Fit Shuttle is coming with a new front grille, a new front bumper, new choices for the hubcaps and alloy wheels and some other tweaks.
The facelifted version of the car has also gained the so-called “Smart Selection” grade on the hybrid version which is adding the partial leather interior with orange stitching on the seats, steering wheel and gearshift lever and the heated front seats. Power to the Honda Fit Shuttle facelift is being provided by a 1.5 liter i-VTEC four-cylinder gasoline engine, which is producing a total output of 120 HP (89 kW). The hybrid version is using a 1.3 liter gasoline unit, mated to a 13 HP (10 kW) electric motor and a CVT. Prices for the model have been set from 1.64M Yen in Japan.