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It’s not a good week for getting your hands on innovative Japanese cars. Following the news that Mitsubishi has delayed its plug-in Outlander yet further, Honda Fit customers will now have to wait until June to get their cars–following an original April 14 release date. There’s no solid reason why, according to Consumer Reports–though Honda dealers are putting it down to a national shipping delay. Honda has released a statement, which explains that its new plant “features some of Honda’s latest and most advanced manufacturing technologies”, and that the company is “taking a measured approach to the production ramp up” which means shipments have been slower than expected.

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