The go power motors, wheels, and accessories are coming to the 2017 Honda Fit, and Honda is planning to make them available at dealerships.
Honda says the accessories will cost $199.99 for a set of pedals and $269.99 per pair.
The pedals are part of the company’s new Go Power Sports system, which allows drivers to control a vehicle using only their hands.
The pedals come in two flavors, one for the 2017 Fit and the other for the 2019 Fit.
They come with a 1-inch (25.5 mm) wide rubber footpad that allows the foot to be used on different surfaces, such as pavement and grass.
The footpad is also adjustable for different types of traction, such that a rider can be more comfortable while using the pedals in a dirt race.
As for the power sports system, Honda says the wheels are a combination of a 12v DC motor and a go power motor that produces 360 hp and 480 lb-ft (2,800 rpm) of torque.
The motors are rated for up to 500 miles (1,000 kilometers) on a single charge.
Honda also says that the power pedals are available in the Fit and 2019 Fit with an option to charge the motors for an additional $100.
The pedal set is available in two sizes: 1″ and 3″ in the 2019 models.
Honda says that 3″ pedals can handle up to 6 mph (9 km/h) of speed in urban environments.
The 1″ pedals are rated at up to 7 mph (13 km/g).
Both the 2017 and 2019 models also come with Honda’s new “Go Power Sport” system that lets drivers control the car by using their hands and feet on different types, such the grass or road.
The system uses an accelerometer sensor to determine how much power is being applied to the wheels.
The sensors are paired with a GPS unit that helps the driver keep track of the vehicle’s position and speed.
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The new model also comes with a 3-speed manual transmission.
The 2018 Fit comes with an automatic gearbox and a 6-speed dual clutch transmission.
The manual transmission, however, is limited to 3,200 rpm and the 6-speeds only can reach 5,400 rpm.
Both the 2018 and 2019 editions of the 2018 model are available with an optional battery-powered cruise control system that will help you control the speed of the car.