The Honda Fit/Jazz is a popular small hatchback and is selling well worldwide. But it seems that there is a market for a stretched version of the Fit. These pictures you see here are scanned image of the car’s brochure and it was then leaked into the internet.
As you can see from these images, the stretched Honda Fit will be called the Honda Fit Shuttle and will have a longer and taller body and will feature a “shark-fin” C-pillar first introduced for the Citroen DS3. The Fit Shuttle will be powered by either a 1.3 liter i-VTEC engine with the IMA hybrid system from the Honda Insight hybrid or a more powerful 1.5 liter petrol engine.
Based on Japanese media, the Honda Fit Shuttle will go on sale in March at its home market. Not sure whether the car be available in the US or Europe as it does not have any true rivals over there. As for Asia and most developing countries, the Fit Shuttle will be a good alternative to the Toyota Avanza, Honda’s very own Freed, or the Nissan Grand Livina.