Honda Fit Features –
- Second-Row Magic Seats allows up to 52.7 cubic feet of cargo space
- Available Honda LaneWatch
- 2015 Top Safety Pick from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS)
- 130-hp (SAE Net) 4-Cylinder Engine with Direct Injection
- Standard multi-angle rearview camera
Small on the outside, roomy on the inside and fierce under the hood. That’s the 2016 Fit. It’s got space for practically everyone and anything, thanks to four different interior configurations. And it’s packed with technology you’ll love. See why the Fit is a great fit for you.
Of course the Fit is fun to drive. It has a nimble chassis, a wide stance and ingenious EarthDreams Technology to give you plenty of zip and help you go longer between fill-ups.
What are critics saying about the Honda Fit?
Car names often consist of seemingly random words or alphanumeric jumbles, but the 2016 Honda Fit proves that literalism has its place. If there’s one thing this Honda is known for, after all, it’s the incredible amount of stuff you can fit inside its pint-sized hatchback body. Today’s Fit also has more rear legroom than ever, and it’s got a respectable roster of standard and optional technology, too. Throw in excellent fuel economy and you’ve got a uniquely talented vehicle that offers great value in this segment. Read More >>
Car and Driver –
The Fit proves that a small car needn’t be punishment for spending less, successfully mixing economy, versatility and even a little mischief. Its 1.5-liter four-cylinder makes 130 hp; a slick-shifting six-speed manual is standard, while a CVT is optional. The chassis is willing to play when you are, but the brakes are merely average. Rear-seat legroom is ample, and thanks to rear seats that fold flat, cargo capacity at 53 cubic feet is impressive, too. Read More >>
Motor Trend –
Flexibility remains one of the Fit’s hallmarks, with three different configurations thanks to the standard rear Magic Seats, which allow the seatbacks and bottom cushions to split and fold. Behind the second row, there’s 16.6 cubic feet of cargo space that can be expanded to a whopping 52.7 cubic feet with seatbacks folded. Read More >>