We can understand why some people might want a CUV version of the Honda Fit. It would be a fun and practical little car not unlike the Nissan Juke, but we can't imagine why someone would want the Fit in a sedan format. Regardless, that's what people are going to be getting soon. The whole point of the Fit is that it's a ton of practicality due to the amazingly versatile rear seats that either fold completely flat, or up vertically to offer a few ways to carry one's junk. Putting a trunk on there would do away with all of that, but if it's what the market wants...

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[via Automotive News]