The cheapest Honda Fit of the range makes minimal compromises for the sake of affordability but does do without fog lights, alloy wheels, and smartphone integration on the five-inch infotainment system. But, it still gets six airbags, Bluetooth and USB inputs, a multi-view rearview camera, and of course the second-row Magic Seat ensuring huge practicality. Though the manual offers more power, we’d opt for the $800 CVT transmission as it adds the Honda Sensing suite of features including lane keeping assist, adaptive cruise control, and a collision mitigation braking system. Affordability needn’t come at the price of safety.
Wheel Locks, Cargo Tray, All Season Floor Mats (DIO)
Cargo Tray, Splash Guard Set, All Season Floor Mats (DIO)
Wheels: 16" Black Alloy w/Orange Graphic, Side Underbody Spoiler, Tailgate Spoiler (DIO)
Wheels: 16" Black Alloy w/Orange Graphic, Tailgate Spoiler (DIO)
Wheel Locks, High Wall All Season Floor Mats, Cargo Tray (DIO)
High Wall All Season Floor Mats, Cargo Tray, Splash Guard Set (DIO)
Wheel Locks, Cargo Tray, Splash Guard Set (DIO)