The engine inside the Honda Fit is dynamic and full of vitality. When paired with the standard 6-speed manual transmission, it will get up to 130 hp and 114 lb-ft of torque. A CVT is available as an option for drivers who prefer it and will produce up to 128 hp and 113 lb-ft of torque. Whichever option you choose, you’ll still get one of the best fuel economy estimates of any vehicle on the road, and that means you can go for longer stretches on the highway with less frequent visits to the pump.
Priced at $16,190 MSRP for 6MT models,** the entry-level Honda Fit is not lean on equipment inside. You’ll find comfort and convenience features that many drivers might be surprised to see come at such an affordable price point.
The LX also has a long list of entertainment and technology features to keep everyone inside relaxed, with easy access to music and other audio content, and ways to drive safer.
For drivers who are impressed by everything the LX model offers but desire even more technology and an emphasis on performance with more driver-centric features, the Sport model is the one to consider. Priced at just $17,500 MSRP for 6MT models,** it’s a small price jump that brings in a lot more exciting features and upgrades such as:
The EX model is a great choice for drivers who want even more features that transform the Fit into a more luxurious and comfortable cabin experience. Priced at $18,160 MSRP for 6MT models,** it includes all the equipment on the LX and Sport models and adds:
The top-of-line EX-L model is the trim level to consider for drivers who want the Fit outfitted with the most in terms of comfort, technology, connectivity, and luxury. It’s priced at $20,520 MSRP** and includes a standard CVT and features such as: