Does Honda Fit have AEB?

1 Answer:
  • Allan Gan
    Advanced safety features such as adaptive cruise control, active lane control, and automatic emergency braking are standard on EX models and higher.
  • Is the Honda Fit 2020 a hybrid?

    With a new hybrid powertrain option marketed as the e:HEV, the new Honda Fit uses Honda's dual-motor i-MMD hybrid system. The system combines a 1.5-litre DOHC i-VTEC four-cylinder petrol engine that on its own makes 97 hp from 5,600-6400 rpm and 127 Nm from 4,500-5,000 rpm.
  • What is the average cost of a Honda Fit?

    A base-level 2020 Honda Fit LX with the 6-speed manual transmission carries a Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of $17,120, which includes the $930 destination charge. Add $800 for the CVT. Moving up in price, the Fit Sport has an MSRP of $18,530; the EX lists for $19,990; and the EX-L costs $21,550.
  • Can we put airbags in an old car?

    Can you put airbags in classic cars? It's not possible to install airbags in a classic car. It would be impractical and dangerous to retrofit the sensors, control modules, and other essential components in a car that wasn't designed to accommodate an airbag.
  • What's the difference between Honda Fit LX and Sport?

    The LX provides aspects like a four-speaker audio system, 5-inch LCD color screen and daytime running lights. When you select the Sport trim, you upgrade to a six-speaker audio system, a 7-inch color touchscreen, and fog lights.
  • When should you replace brake booster?

    Normally, a vacuum booster will last from 150,000 miles to the lifetime of the vehicle. In especially dry climates, dry rot may cause deterioration of the internal diaphragm, and require replacement. Brake pedal is difficult to engage.10 Jan 2020

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