Posted on July 27, 2015
The 2015 Honda Fit redesign was a phenomenal hit, so unsurprisingly the 2016 Honda Fit is not a huge deviation from the 2015 model in terms of engine, capability, and overall design. Instead this year’s release focuses on working out the kinks and improving quality. In keeping with the mild changes, the manufacturer suggested retail price for the base LX 2016 Honda Fit with 6-speed manual transmission has only increased $160 to $15,790[ 1 ], and gets 29[ 7 ] city miles per gallon and 37[ 7 ] highway miles per gallon making this sedan accessible at any budget. The Fit LX with continuously variable transmission starts at $16,590[ 1 ] and gets an amazing 33[ 7 ] city miles per gallon and 41 highway miles per gallon. The Fit EX with 6-speed manual transmission starts at $17,700[ 1 ] and, like the LX 6-speed, is rated for 29[ 7 ] city miles per gallon and 37 highway miles per gallon. The Fit-EX equipped with a continuously variable transmission gets an impressive 32[ 7 ] city miles per gallon and 38 highway miles per gallon. Finally, the Fit EX-L starts at $20,065[ 1 ] and the Fit EX-L NAVI starts $21065[ 1 ]. Both are equipped with a continuously variable transmission and rated for 32[ 7 ] city miles per gallon and 38[ 7 ] highway miles per gallon.
The Honda Fit is packed with the creature comforts we’ve come to expect from a Honda. Every model of the Honda Fit comes standard with a multi-angle rearview camera with guidelines, vehicle stability assist with traction control, security system with remote entry,cruise control, rear window defroster, illuminated steering wheel-mounted controls to manage cruise control, audio and phone, bluetooth and MP3 capabilities, USB support, and Color LCD Screen. Available upgrades include, 7 inch color LCD screen with electrostatic touch-screen, Honda satellite-linked navigation system, SMS text message functionality, heated front seats, leather trimmed seats, power moonroof, push button start, and lane watch.
Again, the 2016 Honda Fit doesn’t have the groundbreaking changes that the 2015 model introduced. This model focuses on minor tweaks based on the feedback from the 2015 model and maintaining the excellence in the subcompact class that has driven the sales momentum of the 2015 Honda Fit. If you’re interested in seeing the 2016 Honda Fit in action call us to schedule a test drive, [dealerphone-sales]. Our friendly sales staff can show you both the 2015 and the 2016 models, as well as all the fine vehicles that Honda has to offer, and help you decide which option is better for your needs.
*Prices shown are manufacturer suggested retail prices and include the vehicles destination charge of $820 for car and do not include taxes, license, or $199 administrative fee. Dealer prices may vary. 29[ 7 ] city/37[ 7 ] highway/32[ 7 ] combined mpg rating for LX and EX 6MT models. 33[ 7 ] city/41[ 7 ] highway/36[ 7 ] combined mpg rating for LX CVT model. 32[ 7 ] city/38[ 7 ] highway/35[ 7 ] combined mpg rating for EX and EX-L CVT models. Based on 2016 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions and other factors.