Honda launches special edition cars to commemorate 1 million cars sold in Mexico

Honda Mexico reached the milestone of one million vehicles in Mexico, and to commemorate, the Japanese automaker released limited editions of the two vehicles it manufactures in the country, the HR-V crossover and Fit subcompact hatchback, which will be available at Honda dealerships on February 1. Both versions will have a plaque on the board that says “1 Million Edition” that will be numbered.

The HR-V, of which 360 units will be produced, will be available in trim levels Prime and Touring and will include additional equipment such as sports fenders, electric side mirrors, grille and side spoilers, all of them in black.

Of the Honda Fit, 210 units will be produced, all of them on top trim level, which features Honda LaneWatchTM lane change assistant, leather-wrapped steering wheel and lever, keyless access system and start button.



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