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>> The Honda Fit gearing up for Generation 2 here in the US revised as a 2009. You'll see it has a little more cab-forward shape that allowed Honda to make it more spacious inside and the front end from the outside is a little different but still resembles the original car. Now we're glad to hear it's going to get a tech upgrade in the form of an available navigation system and the standard USB audio interface that will talk to both late model iPods and USB thumbdrives. Expect the familiar 1.5-liter iVTEC four-cylinder motor with a few more horsepower but still pushing well up into the mid 30's to maybe 40-ish mile per gallon range in the real world. Hit showrooms fall of '08.
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