Honda is just about to launch a fresh new redesign of everyone’s favorite subcompact car, and drivers in the Milwaukee area are taking notice! Folks loved the 2017 Honda Fit for its exceptional fuel economy and interior volume, and in next year’s model, those who choose the Fit will have even more reasons to get excited about their selection. The new 2018 Honda Fit looks even bolder and more aggressive than before, and it’s also been made available with a host of new technology and safety features, as well as a new Sport trim. Read on to get a better sense of what the 2018 Fit will be able to offer.
New Elements in the 2018 Honda Fit
Getting all the amenities you could want in a small car has never been easier. This year, the entire Honda Sensing driver-assistance suite comes standard on EX models and above, and what’s more, the new Fit has also been upgraded with a more responsive touchscreen display that now includes technologies like Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Honda has also suggested that the new Fit will ride smoother and handle even better than before, thanks to the inclusion of extra reinforcements and shock absorbers. Although the 2018 Fit is equipped with the same 1.5L 4-cylinder engine that can be found in its 2017 design, its exterior has been reimagined with a number of striking tweaks that recall the more aggressive stylings of larger crossovers and compact SUVs.
The Fit’s interior design features are no less impressive. A leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob come standard, and of course, every Fit contains an easy fold-down rear Magic Seat that you can use to expand your cargo bay in seconds.
Take the Honda Fit for a Test Drive!
Metro Milwaukee drivers can be among the first to test drive the 2018 Honda Fit when they schedule a test drive at their local Metro Milwaukee Honda Dealer. There’s no need to wait! Take advantage of our current offers and financing options by getting in touch with one of our experts today. Once you’ve had the chance to get behind the wheel of the Fit, you’ll know that there’s almost nothing it can’t do.