The Honda Fit is a subcompact hatchback that is perfect for driving in the city or anywhere you don’t want to have to worry about fitting into that tight parking space or down that narrow side street. The Fit may be a subcompact, but its interior is surprisingly spacious, with excellent visibility and a design that makes it feel open and airy. The Fit not only has room for five people, but the rear seat is a Magic Seat. This 60/40 split and folding seat lets you fold the seatbacks down or fold the seats themselves upright to adjust the cargo space with ease and make the most of the Fit’s versatility.
The Honda Fit has entry-level pricing that puts it within reach of the average driver. At the same time, it is available with an incredible range of features that will make you forget how little you paid. Enjoy heated front seats or leather trimming on the seats, steering wheel, and shift knob. As a subcompact, the Fit is also highly efficient.
The Honda Fit has long been a standout member of the subcompact car segment, and it continues to excel in its 2019 incarnation. It hasn’t changed much for the new model year beyond such minor tweaks as a new exterior paint color and the newly available automatic high beams on models equipped with Honda Sensing. Still, when a car is as well-rounded and supremely functional as the Fit, it doesn’t need to change much in order to thrill its loyal fanbase.
The Honda-exclusive Magic Seat is one of the most impressive aspects of the 2019 Fit, allowing for a variety of interior configurations so you can quickly and easily adjust the interior space as needed in order to accommodate cargo and passengers. And despite the Fit’s amazingly affordable price tag, there is a remarkable list of standard and available features among its four trims. Make your way up the trim ladder – LX, Sport, EX, EX-L – and you can find such premium features and amenities as leather upholstery, a 7-inch touchscreen, and Honda’s suite of advanced safety systems called Honda Sensing.
Taken together, all of the 2019 Fit’s attributes make it what it is: easily one of the best subcompact cars in existence, and certainly one that you need to see for yourself at Garden State Honda.
Since the 2017 Honda Fit is nearly identical to other recent model years, you need to take a look further back to get a better feel for how this model has evolved over the years. The first Fit arrived in America in 2007 after it had already been sold in Japan for several years to resounding success. The original Fit was offered in a Base or Sport trim and came with the Magic Seat with its ability to fold multiple ways right from the start. The original 109-horsepower 1.5-liter 4-cylinder engine was more than powerful enough for this subcompact and could work with a 5-speed manual or a 5-speed automatic. The Sport trim even got paddle shifters and all models came with a CD player and air conditioning. Even this first Fit offered leather on the steering wheel, keyless entry, cruise control, and an auxiliary audio jack.
For 2008, the Honda Fit got a tire pressure monitor and several new colors while the Sport became even sportier in styling. Honda brought the Fit into its second generation for the 2009 model year. This generation included a growth of 2 inches in width and 4 inches in length, gaining 15-inch wheels and getting 117 horsepower. The Magic Seat also saw adjustments that let the Fit hold 57 cubic feet of cargo. For this generation, The Fit came standard with a CD player, auxiliary audio jack, tilt-and-telescoping steering column, keyless entry, full power accessories, air conditioning, and antilock brakes. New options included touchscreen navigation, USB connectivity, and an antiskid system. The current third generation made its debut in the form of the 2015 Honda Fit, including a new drivetrain, body, and cabin, becoming more modern and angular in appearance.
The Honda Fit provides drivers with a compact vehicle that has a roomy interior. It has surprising visibility for being small and has may driver-friendly features. You can experience many different new and used models by coming out to Garden State Honda in Clifton, NJ. To help keep the process simple, we can provide competitive financing right here at the dealership. Visit our garage where our certified mechanics can help you set up a routine maintenance schedule, as well as help with anything else. To learn more, visit our dealership today.