The new 2015 Honda Fit is afordable and easy to handle Honda hatchback. It continues Fits tradition to be one of the most wanted popular subcompact hatchbacks in America. It comes with powerful 1.5-liter 4-cylinder engine with 130hp and $15.525 base price.
2015 Honda Fit design
In remaking the Fit, Honda paid specific focus on the interior, making higher use of soft touch materials accentuated by silver trim. The front bucket seats are well boosted and supportive and the instruments easy to see with blue-themed lighting. Significant controls are well within reach and instinctive in operation. A 5-inch audio display screen for the audio system comes requirement on LX designs. The screen has an electrostatic-touch function and sharp graphics thanks to its high-definition fluid crystal display. As on the previous design, there are an abundance of cup holders and storage bins, consisting of a center-console box to accommodate loose items.
With clean lines and a large glass location, the 2015 Honda Fit combines a more muscular shape, thanks to the wider body and even more pronounced character lines, while maintaining the energy of its high-roof hatchback design. The big rear hatch has a low liftover providing sufficient access to the cavernous freight location. The rear of the car sports a roof spoiler and below-bumper diffuser which not only improves the automobile’s stylish appearances, but likewise enhances aerodynamics. EX and EX-L models sport aluminum-alloy wheels, extra chrome trim on the grille and rear liftgate, and fog lights.
Just about everything is new under the hood. The four-cylinder engine is still 1.5 liters in size, but numerous revisions, consisting of the addition of direct injection innovation, help it produce a bit even more power and much better fuel efficiency than in the past. It produces 130 horsepower and 114 pound-feet of torque. A brand-new six-speed manual transmission (the previous Fit only had five forward gears) and a new constantly variable automatic transmission CVT (replacing a conventional five-speed automatic) are also part of the deal. 2015 Honda Fit EX-L with Navi flew zero to 60 miles per hour in 8.8 seconds; that’s rather fast for the subcompact section.
Equipped with the manual transmission, the Fit returns an EPA-estimated 32 mpg combined (29 city/37 freeway). CVT-equipped models provide 35 mpg incorporated (32 city/38 freeway), except for the entry-level LX. At 36 mpg integrated (33 city/41 freeway), it yields the very best fuel economy of the lineup.
The LX design with a 6-speed manual transmission starts at $15,525– a boost of only $100 over the previous base design. CVT-equipped designs are $800 even more. The EX begins at $17,435 for the manual and $18,235 for the CVT version. The EX-L comes just with the CVT and starts at $19,800. The Fit EX-L with navigation expenses $1,000 more.