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Honda Fit

Honda Fit

About Honda Fit

Improved with a retuned suspension, a quieter interior and new safety and in-cabin technology -- including available Apple CarPlay and Android Auto -- the 2018 Honda Fit is a fun, fuel-efficient and affordable subcompact with class-leading versatility. Honda calls it the 5-door car with attitude. We call it the yardstick against which all other subcompacts are measured, including the Toyota Yaris, Hyundai Accent, Ford Fiesta, Nissan Versa and Chevy Sonic. Four trim levels are offered, LX, Sport, EX and EX-L. Each is equipped with the Fit’s famous so-called Magic Seat, which maximized cargo space but allows for a generous rear seat. All Fits are powered by a high-revving 130-horsepower 4-cylinder engine. A 6-speed manual transmission and a CVT automatic transmission with paddle shifters are available.

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LATEST MODEL
2018 Honda Fit
What's new for 2018?
2018 Honda Fit

New for 2018 are a retuned suspension for improved handling, more insulation for a quieter interior and a full suite of active safety technology including Adaptive Cruise Control, Forward Collision Warning and Lane Keep Assist. The new Sport trim adds more aggressive styling, black 16-inch wheels and a chrome exhaust tip.

  • Expert Rating: 9.3
  • Consumers Rating: 8.6
  • MPG 29|36
2017 Honda Fit
What's new for 2017?
2017 Honda Fit

Honda smartly refuses to mess with a good thing, and the 2017 Fit is virtually unchanged from last year, which was virtually unchanged from its predecessor as well. The lone change is a new shade of silver paint.

2016 Honda Fit
What's new for 2016?
2016 Honda Fit

The Honda Fit subcompact hatchback was all-new last year, so there are virtually no changes this year.

2015 Honda Fit
What's new for 2015?
2015 Honda Fit

The Honda Fit is all-new for 2015. Perhaps the biggest change for the 5-door hatchback is a 4.8-inch increase in backseat legroom thanks to both a longer wheelbase and the repositioning of the rear 60/40 split folding seat.

2013 Honda Fit
What's new for 2013?
2013 Honda Fit

Joining the lineup for 2013, the new battery-electric Fit EV represents Honda’s first attempt at a modern electric car in the U.S. market. Given its $37,000-plus sticker price (final cost after the 36-month lease, incentives included), only 1,100 copies will be produced over the next three years, with availability limited to all but a handful of states.

2012 Honda Fit
What's new for 2012?
2012 Honda Fit

For 2012, Honda's Fit subcompact receives a number of improvements. The Fit Sport model gets a front-end facelift, while the base Fit 5-door gains color-key exterior mirrors. Inside, minor updates are made to the Sport and base car's accents, while both trims receive more soundproofing to help quiet the cabin.

2011 Honda Fit
What's new for 2011?
2011 Honda Fit

For 2011, Honda's Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA) is included in the Fit's standard equipment, as are cruise control, remote keyless entry and a USB audio interface. The Fit Sport gains carpeted floor mats and four new colors are added to the car's color palate.

2010 Honda Fit
What's new for 2010?
2010 Honda Fit

Fresh from its makeover last year, the Fit sees no changes for the 2010 model year.

2009 Honda Fit
What's new for 2009?
2009 Honda Fit

The all-new 2009 Honda Fit has a smoother aerodynamic look, a more powerful engine and a new interior design. The base and Sport trims return but come standard with larger wheels and are available in new colors. The Sport trim is now offered with satellite navigation and Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA).

2008 Honda Fit
What's new for 2008?
2008 Honda Fit

For 2008, the Fit receives a standard tire-pressure monitoring system.

2007 Honda Fit
What's new for 2007?
2007 Honda Fit

The Honda Fit plugs the gap at the entry-level end of the Honda lineup, a spot vacated by the Civic as it crept upstream. While new to the U.S. market, the Fit itself isn't new. The car has already sold over one million units in over 70 counties, where it's known as the Jazz.

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Consumer Reviews

Updated Review

By on Thursday, June 1, 2017

I own this car - My approximate mileage is 2,500

10 7.0
overall rating 7 of 10rating details

Reviewer Ratings

Overall Rating
7/10
Value
7/10
Reliability
Not Rated
Quality
5/10
Performance
7/10
Styling
7/10
Comfort
7/10

Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 4

"Now that Ive owned this car for 2 months my opinion has changed for the worse. I have discovered a leak, water soaking the floorboards after a few days of heavy rain. Door panels misaligned which I didnt notice before. Watch out for the made in Mexico ones. Lots of quality control issues reported by owners in the forums. Check the VIN. Made in Mexico VIN starts with 3. My advice is dont buy a Mexican made Honda Fit. The made in Japan ones have a VIN that starts with J. Be very careful about this. The dealerships know about the issues. You can negotiate a much better price for the problem plagued Mexican made ones. You will pay more for the Japanese ones. Please take this advice."

34 people out of 34 found this review helpful

Loving my little Fit

By on Tuesday, June 21, 2016

I own this car - My approximate mileage is 46,000

10 9.0
overall rating 9 of 10rating details

Reviewer Ratings

Overall Rating
9/10
Value
10/10
Reliability
10/10
Quality
8/10
Performance
10/10
Styling
8/10
Comfort
9/10

Pros: "Fun to drive, surprising power, responsive"

Cons: "under body skid plate, console armrest is too low"

Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 10

"So, I have been driving my Fit for almost 11 months. I have put 46,000 miles plus on it so far. I am about to replace my factory Firestone tires. I think I am ready to give this car a review. First the cons. The biggest one is the 35,000 mile, bumper to bumper, factory warranty! Really Honda? Yes, I bought the Fit anyway. But here is my complaint; your products are well made and have a history of excellent reliability. So with that said, why not be competitive with your rivals; Ford, Toyota, Hyundai, Kia and do better on the factory warranty? Why not match them and offer at least 50,000 miles bumper to bumper? Your lower priced competitors cover their products for that long and some warranty their cars for 100,000 miles. The next con is the center armrest, it is about 7 inches too low to rest your elbow on while driving. The other big issue is the flimsy undercarriage shield that protects the oil filter and oil pan. The car sits very low, there is very little clearance and this plastic panel, held on with plastic clips partially detached and was dragging on the pavement after I hit a puddle of water! A belly flop on a puddle detached this shield. I wish this panel was made of something a little less flexible and held in place with steel bolts, attached to something a little more sturdy? It can't protect much under there if a puddle can detach it! The left outside mirror has this little black vertical line at the far end and it is supposed to be for blind spot assistance? I still don't see what assistance it is supposed to give the driver? The access to the dash power adapter to plug in a charger is a bit too low, and it is kind of in the way of the console's left cup holder and storage. The cabin noise is there, it is not excessive but it is noticeable when driving at highway speeds. I had one warranty replacement; a bum left front strut. One recall to change out the attachment bolts for all 4 door handles. Both of those repairs went well without a hitch. Here's another thing, more of a pet peeve for some, but for me it is important. I do not depend on the service oil life reminder to tell me when to change the oil and filter. Supposedly the oil life reminder monitors the health of the engine oil and it tells you when your oil has 15% life left and that is when Honda says it is time to change the oil and filter. So based on how I drive, if I let the oil life get to 15%, that would mean an oil change every 11,000 miles!! Sorry Honda, but that is just too many miles between oil and filter changes! I am old school and change it based on miles. The Pros, I love to drive my Fit, and I drive it a lot. I am used to a powerful, full size, crew cab pick up. I am used to power, cargo space and good visibility. This was going to be a big change for me and I was consigned to accepting disappointment as part of the deal. I am so surprised at how much pep the Fit has and how much I can haul inside the rear cargo area and the back seat. I have plenty of power to merge onto the freeways and I can pass and leave the 18 wheelers behind me in the dust with ease. The visibility is great, for being so low to the ground. The lane watch camera is one of my favorite EX extras! The back up camera is very nice to have as well when backing out of cramped parking situations. I love the magic back seat, and the headroom in the cabin. My 6 foot tall, long legged teenage Son can sit comfortably in the back seat, with room between his knees and the back of the front seat to spare. The spacious back seat is one of the main reasons I chose the Fit. The fuel economy you get in this car is awesome. Especially when you are used to feeding a pick up truck! I get on average 37 to 41 mpg per tank combined city and highway and 42 to 45 mpg per tank highway. I usually drive my Fit in eco mode and let the CVT do its magic. This car loves to run between 60 mph and 66 mph. This is the sweet spot for maximum fuel economy like I am getting. I love using the Bluetooth to live stream music and hands free calling. It even reads my texts to me and can give a brief reply, which is convenient. I really enjoy the moon roof, what a nice little extra touch. The steering wheel controls are a great plus too! The Fit's handling is positive and responsive. The brakes are solid. This little car can come to a very abrupt stop from highway speeds to zero and the ABS keeps you in your lane and in control. I have had to make several evasive moves to avoid collisions with deer and crazy drivers at highway speeds and never once did this little car handle unpredictably or body roll when swerving. The Fit feels "weighty" for its small size and it has a low, wide and stealthy stance. The Fit handles adverse weather conditions well and it is very maneuverable in tight spaces. I got value for the money spent and I do not regret my purchase."

123 people out of 128 found this review helpful

It's an economy hatchback, best in class

By on Friday, May 27, 2016

I own this car - My approximate mileage is 15,000

10 9.0
overall rating 9 of 10rating details

Reviewer Ratings

Overall Rating
9/10
Value
10/10
Reliability
10/10
Quality
10/10
Performance
6/10
Styling
7/10
Comfort
7/10

Pros: "economical, practical"

Cons: "economical, practical performance"

Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 8

"I drove both the Honda Fit ad the Ford Fiesta. The Fit has a much better "fit" and finish than the standard fiesta. It's great on gas (I can average about 35-37 depending on how I drive). And an actual adult can sit in the back seats without hitting their knees on the front seat. It drives like an economy car which is why i reated the driving dynamics lower. There's power when you need it, but it's best described as reasonable. There is a permanent traction controll apparently because there's not enough weight on the front wheels. If you turn it off and try to start from a stop sign you'll spin the tires a good bit. Would totally buy it again. I like the older body styles better, the 2015 redisign is kinda generic and people think i have a prius."

14 people out of 15 found this review helpful

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