If you’re in the market for a superb hatchback that is rich with amenities, you may feel confused by the many options flooding the marketplace. Will you find the cutting-edge offerings you’re looking for among the 2017 Chevy Sonic’s standard features, for instance, or does a popular vehicle like the 2017 Honda Fit offer more for the money?
We’ve conducted a comparison between the base models of the Chevy Sonic and Honda Fit lineups to determine which one serves up more of the prime standard features drivers are looking for. Take a look at what we’ve found—then come in and see us for a test drive!
More for the Money
Between the Chevy Sonic and the Honda Fit, one of these two vehicles is not only less expensive than the other, it delivers various standard features that the other does not. That vehicle is the Honda Fit.
The Fit is priced at just $15,990 MSRP for LX 6MT models,* while pricing for the Chevy Sonic hatchback models starts at $17,580 MSRP.
Onboard the Fit, drivers will find a variety of standard amenities that do not come standard for the Sonic hatchback; they are either not available at all or are only offered as upgrades for a higher price.
Included among the features that come standard in the Honda Fit but not the Chevy Sonic, the Honda Fit provides:
- Active head restraints
- Reclining rear seats
- CD player
- MP3 player
- Console and under-seat storage
- Power windows
- Locking fuel door with remote release
- Power exterior mirrors
- Rear heat vents
Experience the Incredible Honda Fit!
Getting more for less is a bit of a no-brainer, so if you’re ready to discover just what you’ll get onboard the fantastic 2017 Honda Fit, head into any Hampton Roads Honda Dealers location today. A member of our team will be glad to walk you through the Fit’s various options and features, answer any questions you may have, and then get you behind the wheel and out on the road for a test drive.
Discover just what it means to pay less and receive more!
*MSRP excluding tax, license, registration, $835.00 destination charge, and options. Dealers set own prices.