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2009 Honda Fit Prices Start $600 Higher Than 2008

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The all-new 2009 Honda Fit goes on sale in the next few weeks, and we have a full price breakdown below. The base Fit with a five-speed manual will start at $14,550, excluding a $670 destination charge. The outgoing 2008 started at $13,950. While $600 might not sound like a lot of money, that’s 4% higher than the 2008 figure. The average price increase for a model year with no changes is typically between 1% and 3%, while redesigned models recently have added more content and kept the increase to around 5%. We’ve also, however, seen redesigned vehicles with more content, especially from Nissan, start for less than the outgoing model.

The Fit Sport is $790 more for 2009, a 5% increase. See the full pricing below, including a new navigation system being offered for the first time on the Fit. If you want to check out more news on the 2009 Honda Fit go here.

Fit Transmission MSRP** City/Hwy./Combined*
5-Speed Manual $14,550 27/33/29
5-Speed Automatic $15,350 28/35/31
Fit Sport Transmission MSRP** City/Hwy./Combined*
5-Speed Manual $16,060 27/33/29
5-Speed Automatic $16,910 27/33/30
Fit Sport
with Navigation
Transmission MSRP** City/Hwy./Combined*
5-Speed Manual $17,910 27/33/29
5-Speed Automatic $18,760 27/33/30
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