Priced at $16,190 MSRP* with the standard equipped 6-speed manual transmission, the Fit may not be the cheapest model in its segment. Still, when one considers its standard features, it’s not hard to see that it’s an incredible value. Even here, in the Fit’s baseline trim, the Honda Sensing package is available as an upgrade.
6-Speed Manual Transmission: Making the most of your travel time is easy in the Honda Fit. This subcompact’s 6-Speed manual transmission helps to foster a strong connection between car and driver, and even without the available CVT upgrade, you’ll still enjoy superior fuel economy of 29 mpg city and 36 mpg highway**.
Second-Row Magic Seat: Every 2019 Fit comes standard with a 60/40 Split Second-Row Magic Seat. With both portions of this seat in their upright positions, you’ll be able to carry up to five passengers while storing up to 16.6 cu. ft. of cargo. Each section can be laid flat with one swift motion, so you’ll be able to access up to 52.7 cu. ft. when you need it.
Multi-Angle Rearview Camera: The Fit’s standard Multi-Angle Rearview Camera offers wide angle, normal, and top down viewing modes. The camera’s live feed will be displayed on an easy-to-see screen whenever you shift into reverse.
Drivers can make every drive more enjoyable by upgrading their Fit Sport with optional Paddle Shifters.
7-Inch Display Audio Touch-Screen: Drivers who upgrade to the Fit’s Sport trim will receive even more standard features, but it’s easy to manage all your favorite settings using this subcompact’s 7-Inch Display Audio Touch-Screen. The system features customizable, touch-responsive button tiles as well as functional analog knobs.
Underbody Spoilers: The Fit’s Sport trim offers unique exterior features like Front and Side Underbody Spoilers, a Rear Diffuser with Orange Accents, and a Chrome Exhaust Finisher.
16-Inch Black Alloy Wheels: Unlike the other Fit trims, Sport models are offered with 16-Inch Black Alloy Wheels, which improve performance while helping to give this trim an unmistakable look. Both the EX and the EX-L come equipped with 16-Inch Machine-Finished Alloy Wheels with Black Inserts.
The Fit EX offers top-tier entertainment and safety features, and it’s priced at $18,160 MSRP* with the standard equipped 6-speed manual transmission. Drivers with families won’t want to miss out on this Fit’s simple one-touch conveniences and Honda sensing safety features.
Honda Sensing: The Honda Sensing package includes a Forward Collision Warning (FCW), a Collision Mitigation Braking System (CMBS), Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC), a Lane Departure Warning (LDW), a Lane Keeping Assist System (LKAS), and a Road Departure Mitigation (RDM) system. Automatic High-Beam Headlights also come standard on all models equipped with Honda Sensing.
Ease-Of-Access: Starting in its EX trim, the Fit comes equipped with Smart Entry, Walk-Away Auto Lock, Push Button Start, and—to top it off—a One-Touch Power Moonroof. Each of the first three features listed here will recognize the presence of your key fob and help you get on the road in a hurry.
Apple CarPlay and Android Auto: Here, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto Integration join the Fit’s already extensive list of entertainment and connectivity technologies. With these features, you’ll be able to access and control the entirety of your smartphone’s audio library using nothing but the buttons on your Fit’s Display Audio.
The high-end Fit EX-L is priced at $20,520 MSRP*, and its array of comfort and convenience features is sure to impress. Honda’s Satellite-Linked Navigation System has been made available as an upgrade.
Leather-Trimmed Interior: Even the Fit’s baseline LX trim level sports a Leather-Wrapped Steering Wheel and Shift Knob. On the high-end EX-L trim level, these upscale amenities are accompanied by a fully leather-trimmed interior, which offers more comfortable seating to both front and rear-seated passengers.
Heated Front Seats: When New England’s winters roll around, there’s no substitute for a warm and cozy cabin. Both the driver and co-pilot will be able to take advantage of Heated Front Seats when the going gets tough.
CVT with Paddle Shifters: A Continuously Variable Transmission and Paddle Shifters—optional upgrades in other trims—both come standard here. Together, they’ll give you more control over your vehicle and improve your city fuel economy.