The Honda Accord Manual Transmission, Honda Fit and Civic 2 door are all discontinued.

Calgary, Alberta, July 27,2020 : Honda has recently announced immediate changes to the current vehicle lineup with affects taking place immediately for 3 of the companies’ popular models.

The Honda Fit will be discontinued, despite the release of a new model, but it won’t be available in Canada. Honda will increase production of the related HR-V subcompact crossover as a result, and anyone looking for an entry-level Honda once Fit supply runs out, you’ll have to look towards the Civic

The Honda Accord will no longer be available with 6 speed manual transmission. Previously available as a package on the sport trim level, the production of this feature is now discontinued due to lack of interest. An updated Accord is coming for the 2021 model year, with new styling and features. Honda will share more info in a few months.

The Honda Civic Coupe will no longer be in production with the 2020 year model being the last available. A new-generation Civic will arrive for 2022, debuting in the spring of next year.  Slow sales are the reason for dropping this body style: while the current, tenth-generation Civic coupe made up around 16 percent of sales when it debuted in 2016, it now represents just 6 percent of the mix, and it is now time to change things up to be able to provide the designs and styles currently in demand by consumers