The entry-level Fit starts off the model lineup with a robust list of comfort and convenience features not available on comparably priced models. The LX is priced at $16,190* and includes equipment such as:
The LX also includes ways to stay entertained when on the road, whether you’re embarking on a long journey or just dashing around the corner. And with Bluetooth technology, you can access your devices and stream music without taking your hands off the wheel.
The Honda Fit takes safety as one of its top priorities with a long list of active safety features that ensure the Fit is performing at its best, even in inclement weather. These features allow drivers to see more and do more while driving more safely.
Honda Sensing is a suite of driver-assistive technology that helps drivers stay safe. The package is available on the LX and Sport models when equipped with the CVT transmission. The EX and EX-L feature Honda Sensing as standard equipment.
The Sport model is the next trim in the lineup and offers drivers more performance-enhancing features, such as underbody spoilers that are exclusive to the Sport model. The Sport also upgrades the audio system in the LX and adds more connectivity options including smartphone integration. The Sport is priced at $17,500*.
The EX model picks up where the Sport leaves off in terms of comfort, convenience, and technology features and adds even more. It’s a great option for drivers who want more luxurious features inside the cabin at an affordable price of $18,160*.
At the top-of-the-line is the EX-L model. Priced at $20,520*, it’s the Honda Fit with the most comfort, technology, and luxurious features, including a leather-trimmed interior.