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The years available stretch from 2013 through to 2014 and by clicking a link you can view the different battery types for each trim.
Production of the Honda Fit started in the year 2000 and now the car is in its fourth-generation, released in 2020.
Sales have peaked and dipped over the years since its launch with peaks seen in 2002 and 2011, interestingly shortly after recessions.
Many other small Honda models share the same chassis to cut down on development costs, including the City, Airwave and Freed.
Engine choices for the Fit have always been on the smaller side of the scale as the car appeals to those looking for a low-cost car.
Buyers haven't been able to buy an engine larger than 1.5 litres in displacement and from the second-generation, a series of turbo-diesel engines were added to the car's order sheet.
A CVT option has been available on every generation of the car and now with the introduction of the fourth-generation, it is the only option of transmission.
Honda is now pushing the electricity-driven powertrains hard in the recent version of the Honda Fit using their e:HEV technology as the big selling point.
The Japanese automobile manufacturer claims that the Fit e:HEV is capable of over 75mpg on highway journeys.