2009 Honda Fit Sport


We met with the 2009 Honda Fit in Los Angeles at the Getty Villa, this treasury of ancient Greece, Rome and the Etruscan state, located on the Pacific coast. This is a great place with convenient parking, but we did not understand why Honda chose to introduce its Villa Fit with a new design.

Inside the engine you'll find a lot of changes. The biggest of them - this is the introduction of i-VTEC, which masterly control valves. Previously, the engine just shut one of the suction valves for each cylinder, when the number of revolutions fall below 3400 per minute. Thus, the torque created and increased the vortex effect.

The maximum power of the engine - 117 horsepower at 6,600 rpm. For example, the old engine Fit «squeezed» 109 hp at 5800 on \ min. Meanwhile, the level of peak torque has not changed. Now you get a 106 lb \ ft at 4800 on \ min, and the first-generation engines - 105 lb \ ft at the same speed.
In the modified five-speed Fit Sport automatic transmission includes a controller on the steering wheel. It has two modes - standard and Sport.

The car has larger wheels - 38-cm. steel with 175/65R15 Dunlop SP31 tires on the base model Fit and 41 cm. wheels with tires 185/55R16 Bridgestone Turanza EL470 for improved 2009 Honda Fit Sport.


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