2017 Honda Fit LXIf you’re on the lookout for a fun, functional hatchback that is loaded with prime amenities, you have likely been comparing various candidates currently available in the automotive marketplace in your search for “the one.”

In contrasting the latest hatchback contenders, you may wonder how the 2016 Kia Rio LX standard features compare with those of a popular vehicle like the 2017 Honda Fit LX CVT. Which one of these rival hatchbacks delivers more of the amenities drivers want? Keep reading to find out—then come in and see us for a test drive!

Features Comparison

Drivers will quickly discover that the 2017 Honda Fit LX CVT provides a variety of standard features that do not come standard onboard the Kia Rio LX—they are either not available at all or are only offered as optional, extra-cost upgrades in the Rio.

Among these amenities, the Fit LX CVT features the following:

  • Power windows (only an optional upgrade in the Rio LX)
  • Power door locks (only an optional upgrade in the Rio LX)
  • Remote keyless access system (only an optional upgrade in the Rio LX)
  • Cruise control (not available at all in the Rio LX)
  • Telescopic steering column (not available at all in the Rio LX)
  • Delayed power retention (only an optional upgrade in the Rio LX)
  • Under-seat storage (not available at all in the Rio LX)
  • Map lights (not available at all in the Rio LX)

The Fit also brings superior safety offerings in comparison to the Rio, providing standard safety and security features like a multi-angle rearview camera (only an optional upgrade in the Rio LX) and an anti-theft stereo (not available in any of the Kia Rio models).

Come in and See for Yourself

If you’re ready to get an up-close look at the exceptional 2017 Honda Fit, the team members at any Hampton Roads Honda dealership are here to help. Stop by any of our affiliated locations or contact us today to take the Fit for an unforgettable test drive!