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Versatile 2015 Honda Fit expected to arrive in Dayton Ohio this spring

The subcompact car will be available at dealerships such as Matt Castrucci Honda

DAYTON, Ohio, March 12, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Out of all the 2015 Honda models expected to arrive this year, arguably none are as highly anticipated as the subcompact 2015 Honda Fit, which is expected to arrive at dealerships such as Matt Castrucci Honda later this spring. The Fit, one of the smallest vehicles in the Honda lineup, has been completely redesigned for the 2015 model year, and will provide a wide variety of features that will help to make the subcompact car the most efficient and versatile it has been since its initial release in 2001.

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One of the features that will be returning for the 2015 Honda Fit model is the 1.5-liter Honda i-VTEC engine which will be equipped with Honda's Earth Dreams technology to assist the subcompact car in conserving even more fuel than it was capable of conserving in the past. Official EPA-estimates have not been released yet, but it's expected that the fuel economy ratings will be higher than the 27 mpg city and 33 mpg highway ratings of the current model.

As the 2015 Honda Fit has been completely redesigned, both the interior and exterior have received some major changes. On the outside, the styling cues that have become synonymous with the Honda Fit are still present, but they have been modified to give the subcompact more of an aerodynamic look. The body will be constructed of high-tensile steel which is expected to provide the Honda Fit with some of the highest safety ratings in its class.

On the inside, leather-trimmed seats will be made available, and consumers are sure to appreciate that not just the seats, but also the newly-expanded passenger volume, will allow passengers to sit more comfortably. The addition of a class-exclusive Honda Magic Seat® allows the rear seat to slide back and forth to deliver rear passengers with more legroom, or to allow for 52.7 cubic feet of cargo space. For a subcompact car, the 2015 Honda Fit is extremely spacious.

Consumers interested in learning more about all that the 2015 Honda Fit will offer are encouraged to get in touch with the experts at Matt Castrucci Honda. Although the efficient subcompact car won't be arriving at the Dayton, Ohio dealership until spring, the experts are able to answer any questions pertaining to the 2015 Honda Fit. Questions should be directed to the Matt Castrucci Honda sales staff, which can be reached by phone at 855-899-5359, or through the dealership's website at www.mattcastruccihonda.com.

Media Contact: Todd Williams, Matt Castrucci Honda, 937-434-4723, [email protected]

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