HONDA FiT

The 2013 production version of the Honda FiT, also known as the Honda Jazz, was unveiled at the Los Angeles Auto Show in November 2011. In sport mode, the Fit EV imitates the acceleration of a small car with a 2.0-liter gasoline engine. Honda discontinued the Fit in June 2014, effective April 2015.

2013 | 2014 | 2015

HONDA Fit 2015

20kWh lithium–titanate battery, which can be recharged up to 80% in 15 minutes

Battery Manufacturer – Toshiba

e Range 82mp / 131km

Top Speed 90mph /144kmh

Combined Fuel Economy – 118MPGe / 2 liter per 100km

City Fuel Economy – 132 MPGe / 1.8 L/100 km

Highway Fuel Economy – 105 MPGe / 2.2 L/100 km)

Energy consumption is 29 kW·h per 100 miles

Level 1 and 2 Charge – 120V and 240V

92kW Electric Motor – AC synchronous, permanent magnet coaxial traction motor

MRSP base price $36,625

2014

HONDA Fit 2014

20kWh lithium–titanate battery, which can be recharged up to 80% in 15 minutes

Battery Manufacturer – Toshiba

e Range 82mp / 131km

Top Speed 90mph /144kmh

Combined Fuel Economy – 118MPGe / 2 liter per 100km

City Fuel Economy – 132 MPGe / 1.8 L/100 km

Highway Fuel Economy – 105 MPGe / 2.2 L/100 km)

Energy consumption is 29 kW·h per 100 miles

Level 1 and 2 Charge – 120V and 240V

92kW Electric Motor – AC synchronous, permanent magnet coaxial traction motor

MRSP base price $36,625

2013

HONDA Fit 2013

20kWh lithium–titanate battery, which can be recharged up to 80% in 15 minutes

Battery Manufacturer – Toshiba

e Range 82mp / 131km

Top Speed 90mph /144kmh

Combined Fuel Economy – 118MPGe / 2 liter per 100km

City Fuel Economy – 132 MPGe / 1.8 L/100 km

Highway Fuel Economy – 105 MPGe / 2.2 L/100 km)

Energy consumption is 29 kW·h per 100 miles

Level 1 and 2 Charge – 120V and 240V

92kW Electric Motor – AC synchronous, permanent magnet coaxial traction motor

MRSP base price $36,625

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