The 1.5-liter Honda L15B gasoline engine has been produced at factories in Japan since 2013 and is installed on a number of modern models of the concern, such as the Fit, City, Civic and Accord. The unit is offered in two versions: atmospheric with injector and turbo with direct injection.
The Honda Fit/Honda Jazz is a Japanese 5-door hatchback subcompact car manufactured by Honda Motor Co., Ltd since 2001. Since 2014, the 4th generation of the model has been produced, and in 2018 it is planned to carry out its restyling. The model is assembled in Japan, Thailand, Indonesia, China, Philippines, Brazil, Taiwan, Mexico. Fit is used for machines sold in Japan, America and China, while Jazz is used for Europe, Asia, Africa and Australia.
The 1.5-liter Honda L15A engine has been produced at the company’s plant in Japan since 2001 and is installed on such popular compact models of the concern as the Jazz, Fried or City. Three modifications of the L15A unit are offered: 8-valve i-DSI and 16-valve VTEC and iVTEC.
The 1.3-liter Honda L13B gasoline engine has been produced at the Japanese plant since 2011 and so far is only installed on the third generation of the popular Jazz model (Fit in some markets). This power unit belongs to the latest family of Honda Earth Dreams Engines.
The 1.3-liter Honda L13A gasoline engine has been produced at the concern’s factories since 2001 and is installed on many compact models of the company, such as the Fit, Brio, City and Civic. There are two different versions of the powertrain: 8-valve i-DSI and 16-valve i-VTEC.