Honda Fit Sedan Gets Light Aftermarket Treatment

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This story will take you in the world of Japanese car tuning, presenting you a gently touched incarnation of the Honda Fit sedan.

All of us probably like special rims on our vehicles, as the addition of lightweight aftermarket wheels serves both form and function, with this type of rims reducing unsprung mass and increasing the “wow factor” of any ride. However, it seems like the owner of this vehicle, which is featured on stancenation, has fallen in love with rims.

But let’s get to the point and see what he chose to gift his vehicle with. The car rides on Lorinser RSK-2 rims, which come in a 18x9-inch size for the front axle and in a 18x10-inch size for the rear one. The front axle uses Toyo T1R 215/35 tires, while the rear one gets Accelera Sigma 215/35 rubber. The owner chose to go further with the job of modifying the vehicle’s connection to the road, as he also played with the suspension, installing a set of DTM coilovers.

The exterior of the Fit has also enter the tuning world, but the car only comes with discreet touched, which can remained unnoticed for some. The car comes with an aftermarket sunroof, a Remus Future Design muffler, as well as with Provision H.I.D. 8000K lights (headlamp and foglamp).

The vehicle has lost its factory stock coat, now wearing a Jet Black paint. Before ending the story, we have to mention that the engine compartment was also invited to the aftermarket party, receiving a K&N Open Air Filter.
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About the author: Andrei Tutu
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In his quest to bring you the most impressive automotive creations, Andrei relies on learning as a superpower. There's quite a bit of room in the garage that is this aficionado's heart, so factory-condition classics and widebody contraptions with turbos poking through the hood can peacefully coexist.
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