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Honda Launches Updated Grace Aka The Fit Sedan In Japan

The Honda Fit, sometimes known as the Jazz, is a hatchback. If you want one as a sedan, though, you can find it in some markets sold as the City. As if that's not enough to keep track of, though, Honda sells the little sedan back home in Japan as the Grace.

In fact it's just launched an updated version, complete with new equipment and revised styling for the Japanese Domestic Market.

New for the refreshed Grace is a revised grille design, flanked (on certain models) by LED headlights, and capped by new bumpers front and rear. Inside the seats have been reskinned, and the interior lighting replaced with LEDs. There are new smartphone connectivity features, and the latest enhancements to the Honda Sensing suite of safety systems.

Japanese buyers can choose between two powertrain options: a 1.5-liter inline-four mated to a CVT, or a hybrid version of the same with a seven-speed DCT. Either can be had in front- or all-wheel drive, and with prices ranging from 1,769,040 to 2,569,320 yen (~$15,600-22,600), the automaker anticipates selling about a thousand of them each month in its home market.

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