The first in the lineup is the LX trim. The LX provides a great starting point for this year’s lineup by giving drivers an affordable vehicle that doesn’t miss out on some of the Fit’s greatest features. This trim is priced at $16,190 MSRP for 6MT models*—an amazing price for all that the LX has in store. Contrary to popular belief, just because the price is low doesn’t necessarily mean that the vehicle is lacking in any way at all. No, the Fit is fully equipped with a powerful 1.5L I4 engine with the power to deliver 130 hp and 114 lb-ft of torque when working with the 6-speed manual transmission. When running with the optional CVT, power only takes a very slight drop at 128 hp and 113 lb-ft of torque. A few more of the features that make the LX so incredible include second-row Magic Seats, available Honda Sensing, and a multi-angle rearview camera.
The second trim level in the Fit lineup is the Sport trim, a new addition to the Fit family. Milwaukee drivers searching for a practical, affordable, yet extremely sporty compact car need look no further than the Sport trim. This trim offers everything available on the LX, as well as interior upgrades like a 7-inch Display Audio touchscreen and more. At $17,500 MSRP for 6MT models,* this trim continues the trend of keeping prices affordable while providing a wonderful spread of performance and style throughout. The Sport trim carries the same 6-speed manual engine configuration with optional CVT as the LX, but it receives some sporty new additions such as front, side, and underbody spoilers, optional paddle shifters, and 16-inch black alloy wheels.
Next in line is the EX, which takes the LX trim level and upgrades it with incredibly innovative technology to make it exactly what any tech lover is looking for. These luxurious upgrades come at yet another affordable price point of $18,160 MSRP for 6MT models.* Accomplishing this only proves that Honda is capable of continually providing top-of-the-line vehicles for low prices. Of course, everything available on the LX is carried over, but upgrades and additions include Honda Sensing, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and a one-touch power moonroof. The engine configuration for this vehicle is the same as the LX model, with 6-speed manual transmission or optional CVT.
Finally, we reach the last of the lineup—the EX-L. Priced at $20,520 MSRP,* this upgraded version of the EX trim level has a lot to offer, making it the ideal vehicle for luxury lovers on a budget. While the engine for this model is the same as the previous ones, it no longer offers the 6-speed manual transmission and comes standard with a CVT and paddle shifters. In addition to receiving all of the great features from the EX, the EX-L adds a few extra features of its own such as Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation, a leather-trimmed interior, and heated front seats.