Posted on: Oct 24, 2012 | 7,702 reads

Honda Debuts Fit Twist in Brazil

The tiny SUV festival continues in Sao Paulo, as Honda serves up a new model variant exclusively for Brazil.
It's compact crossover time in Brazil this week, and following Volkswagen, Hyundai and Renault's mini-ute reveals at the Sao Paulo Motor Show, Honda has joined the party with its crossover subcompact, the all-new Fit Twist, developed exclusively for the Brazilian market. A more robust variant of the Fit (also known as the Jazz in some markets), the Twist boasts plastic cladding on its bumpers, wheel arches and side sills, and sports a matte aluminum finish on the protective guards, mirror caps and taller roof bars.
Honda Debuts Fit Twist in Brazil
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It also gets 16-inch alloys, a restyled front grille, clear taillight fixtures and darkened headlamps. A largely unchanged interior includes new upholstery, waterproof carpeting in the boot, and chrome touches on the dash, handbrake and air vents. Power comes from a 1.5-liter flex-fuel engine producing 116 horsepower on ethanol and 115 hp on gasoline, mated to a choice of transmissions driving the front wheels. The Fit Twist will hit Brazilian showrooms at the end of the month with prices starting at R$57,900 (or about $28k in USD.)
Honda Debuts Fit Twist in Brazil
Honda Debuts Fit Twist in Brazil
Honda Debuts Fit Twist in Brazil
Honda Debuts Fit Twist in Brazil
Honda Debuts Fit Twist in Brazil
Honda Debuts Fit Twist in Brazil
Honda Debuts Fit Twist in Brazil



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Honda Debuts Fit Twist in Brazil
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