2015 Honda Fit Change Vehicle
Key Specs of the 2015 Honda Fit
Fit base trim shown
- Improved ride quality, acceleration
- Impressive maximum cargo room
- Affordable multimedia technology
- Responsive CVT automatic
- Generous standard features
- Backseat headroom for tall passengers
- Capacitive stereo controls in EX, EX-L models
- Wind noise
- No stripped-down version for bargain shoppers
- Less cargo room behind backseat than before
- Redesigned for 2015
- Five-seat hatchback
- Manual or automatic
- Standard Bluetooth phone/audio, backup camera
- Diverse seat-folding configurations
With the 2015 Fit, Honda concocted an elixir of most things small-car shoppers want, and the results are mighty desirable.
If you're shopping for an entry-level car, make sure to fit the Fit onto your list. Even the outgoing car deserved that distinction; it thumped six newer competitors in a seven-car subcompact comparison back in 2012 (click here to read it). The 2015 Honda Fit had big shoes to fill, but fill them it does. It's not the quietest, quickest or most refined car in its class, but it plays a respectable hand in most areas — all while combining impressive fuel and space efficiency.
Honda skipped the 2014 model year for the Fit. Trim levels for the 2015 include LX and EX, which can have manual or automatic transmissions, and the automatic-only EX-L. I drove a range of EX and EX-L cars.
Exterior & Styling
The bug-eyed styling that's characterized two generations of the Fit hatchback has finally buzzed away. The Fit's creased expression draws comparisons to the Civic, which has rocked squinting headlights since the middle of the past decade. The Fit's shielded black grille is distinctive, though some may think it looks too much like the faux-grille areas on many electric vehicles, including the prior-gen-based Fit EV. Body-colored mirrors and 15-inch steel wheels with plastic covers are standard; the EX and EX-L add 16-inch alloys, fog lights and a bit more chrome trim.
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Great roomy little car
I did a lot of research before I got this car and found that as far as reliability and resale value, your best bet is Honda and the Fit and Accord are at the top of the list. I am still happy with my... Read full review
Loved This Car
Bought this car becasue the back seats fold UP into the backrest. Made packing easy and accessible because the hatchback lacked much room. I prefer a stickshift and was able to get this model with 6 s... Read full review