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Honda Fit

Peerless interior packaging, multi-way folding rear seats, excellent fuel economy.

Honda's Fit is aptly named: You can fit much more stuff inside it than in any other subcompact thanks to its boxy shape and multi-way folding rear seats. It also is a strong value, with class-competitive refinement and build quality and a low base price. Driver-assistance features such as adaptive cruise control, lane-keeping assist, and automated emergency braking are optional or standard equipment on every trim level, further distancing the Fit from its humble competitors. What the Fit doesn't fit into its mix of capabilities is fun. Although you can get it with a manual gearbox, it is at best pleasant to drive—which is a bit of a disappointment considering that the previous-generation model was more engaging while being equally practical. But if impressive interior space and versatility in a tiny package are what you seek, the Fit is still a car we highly recommend.

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What's New for 2019?
Not a lot. Models equipped with the Honda Sensing suite of driver-assistance features will find automatic high-beam headlamps have been added to the roster and a new color—Platinum Pearl—replaces White Orchid Pearl—on the options sheet.

Honda Fit Pricing and Which One to Buy
LX: $17,085
Sport: $18,395
EX: $19,055
EX-L: $21,415
Honda's Fit is basic transportation, plain and simple, so we see no reason to opt for anything beyond the lower trim levels. Besides, the highly sought-after driver-assistance features are optional on every model—although on every version save for the EX, they're paired with a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT). We'd skip the fancy safety gear and nab the Fit Sport. One rung up the Fit ladder from the base LX, it adds a 7.0-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, 16-inch aluminum wheels, a snazzy body kit, and a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob.

Honda Fit

Peerless interior packaging, multi-way folding rear seats, excellent fuel economy.

Honda's Fit is aptly named: You can fit much more stuff inside it than in any other subcompact thanks to its boxy shape and multi-way folding rear seats. It also is a strong value, with class-competitive refinement and build quality and a low base price. Driver-assistance features such as adaptive cruise control, lane-keeping assist, and automated emergency braking are optional or standard equipment on every trim level, further distancing the Fit from its humble competitors. What the Fit doesn't fit into its mix of capabilities is fun. Although you can get it with a manual gearbox, it is at best pleasant to drive—which is a bit of a disappointment considering that the previous-generation model was more engaging while being equally practical. But if impressive interior space and versatility in a tiny package are what you seek, the Fit is still a car we highly recommend.

2018-honda-fit-fd-201.jpg
2018-honda-fit-fd-217.jpg

What's New for 2019?
Not a lot. Models equipped with the Honda Sensing suite of driver-assistance features will find automatic high-beam headlamps have been added to the roster and a new color—Platinum Pearl—replaces White Orchid Pearl—on the options sheet.

Honda Fit Pricing and Which One to Buy
LX: $17,085
Sport: $18,395
EX: $19,055
EX-L: $21,415
Honda's Fit is basic transportation, plain and simple, so we see no reason to opt for anything beyond the lower trim levels. Besides, the highly sought-after driver-assistance features are optional on every model—although on every version save for the EX, they're paired with a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT). We'd skip the fancy safety gear and nab the Fit Sport. One rung up the Fit ladder from the base LX, it adds a 7.0-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, 16-inch aluminum wheels, a snazzy body kit, and a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob.

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Melvin Wedgle

720-443-5381

Schomp Honda

1003 Plum Valley Ln,
Highlands Ranch, CO 80129

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