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Honda Fit

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The Honda Fit is available as a hatchback. The 2018 Fit starts at $16,190 (MSRP), with a destination charge of $890. It gets EPA-estimated 31-33 MPG combined. The Honda Fit competes against models like the Chevrolet Spark, Ford Focus, and Kia Soul.

The Fit is a good fit for
eco-friendly shoppers

Eco-Friendly vehicles have a minimum EPA-estimated mileage of 35 mpg combined and include hybrids, diesels and even a few fuel-sipping gas-only cars. May require specific trim level and/or optional features.

and
commuters

Commuter vehicles have a minimum EPA-estimated mileage of 30 mpg combined. May require specific trim level and/or optional features.

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2007–Present Generation Generation, 2018 Honda Fit model shown Showing the 2018 Honda Fit
  • Consumer rating (4.9) 27 reviews
  • MSRP $16,190–$20,520
  • Combined MPG 31-33
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  • Combined MPG 32-34
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  • Inventory Prices $5,046–$12,570
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  • Inventory Prices $2,841–$9,245
  • Combined MPG 35

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