What we know about 2020 Honda Fit 2 and its 2nd generation competitor

As the 2020 Honda fit 2 and Fit 2 Plus are rolled out for pre-orders in the US, the competition has started to heat up, with Fit 2 2s and Fit Plus launching today.

The Fit 2 is a slightly smaller version of the Fit 2 that also packs a 2.5-litre EcoBoost engine and a 4.2-litres turbocharged four-cylinder engine.

It’s also got a range of new options.

The new Fit 2 will offer a range-topping range of fuel-saving options, including a range 1.2 litre petrol engine with an automatic throttle response, the ability to drive at up to 110km/h and a range 50km on a single charge.

It also has the ability of running on a range 2 battery pack, which is good for around 90km on the same charge.

While we don’t know how much range it will offer, the fuel economy has been reported to be around the same as the Fit 1.

Both models will be offered in two colours, with black and silver.

They will also come with the latest safety technology, including lane departure warning, collision avoidance and collision warning technology.

The 2019 Honda Fit Fit 2 comes with a base price of $21,350 while the 2019 Honda fit2 Plus comes with an MSRP of $23,550.

Both are expected to be available from November 2019.

Both vehicles will also feature a 10-year/100,000-km (62,000km on average) warranty.

Pricing has not been confirmed yet, but the 2018 Fit 2 has a starting price of US$26,900 while the 2020 Fit 2 plus comes with US$34,600.

The 2019 Honda fitting2 Plus has a base pricing of US $31,900, while the 2018 Honda fit is $36,500.

Both have a 10,000 kilometre range and a 100,000 kilometres on average.

The 2018 Fit was released in September and is the successor to the Fit2, which was launched in October 2018.

The 2018 Honda Fit and Fit2 Plus will be available on October 3, 2019 in the United States.