Report: Honda working on Nissan Juke rival based on the Fit
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  • 2013 Honda Fit EV
  • 2013 Honda Fit EV
  • 2013 Honda Fit EV
  • 2013 Honda Fit EV

According to AutoCar Honda’s CEO Takanobu Ito has confirmed that the company is working on a compact SUV based on the next-generation Jazz (Fit) that will compete with the Nissan Juke.

The new compact SUV will hit markets in 2014 and will be pitched to the youth as a ‘younger brother to the new CR-V.’

Ito recently said that the Honda fit is very important ‘strategically’ to the brand and hopes to sell about 4 million to 7 million units by 2017.

– By: Omar Rana

Source: AutoCar


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  • desertwind

    Sorry Honda, the FIT should be renamed as the FAT. The current car has grown to heavy and large from the brilliant original. IN any case it would make a fine platform for a JUKE competitor. Are we beginning to see signs of MOJO life back at Honda? I really hope so.

  • Omar Rana, you’re a lazy fool. You’ve just basically scanned Autocar’s news item and tried to re-write it in half as many words. Honda doesn’t hope to sell “about 4 million to 7 million units by 2017”. Yeah, anywhere between 4 million and 7 million, eh? Sounds like an accurate business plan! Read it again.