History/OverviewThe entry-level end of Honda's lineup is where you'll find the Fit, a subcompact hatchback well into its third generation since the model was introduced to Canada in 2007. Honda redesigned the Fit in 2015 and made notable updates in 2018 and 2019; there are no changes for 2020. Rumours are circulating that the next-gen model may not come to North America; nothing is for sure as we write this, but 2020 or 2021 could be the Fit's last year here.Available TrimsHonda builds the Fit in DX, LX, Sport, EX and EX-L Navi trims. All use a 1.5L four-cylinder engine. DX and LX get a six-speed manual transmission; LX is optional with a continuously variable automatic (CVT) that is standard elsewhere in the range.Standard FeaturesHonda Fit DX comes equipped with a four-speaker stereo with a 5.0-inch touchscreen, electric door locks/windows/heated side mirrors, Bluetooth, tilt-and-telescopic steering, 15-inch steel wheels with covers, LED brake lights, and keyless entry.LX trim adds a cargo cover, heated front seats, air conditioning, a display audio system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a rear spoiler, and the HondaLink emergency response system.LX trim with the CVT adds the Honda Sensing safety suite, comprising forward collision warning with automatic braking, lane departure warning with lane keeping assist, and adaptive cruise control.Sport trim adds transmission paddle shifters, leather-trimmed steering wheel and shifter, a six-speaker stereo, 16-inch alloy wheels and tires, and a body kit.EX trim brings passive keyless entry, push-button engine start, a sunroof, auto on/off headlights, and the LaneWatch blind spot display.Finally, the EX-L Navi package gains automatic climate control, navigation, leather upholstery, satellite radio, and side mirror turn signal repeaters.Fuel EconomyHonda's fuel consumption estimates for the Fit are 8.1/6.6 L/100 km (city/highway) with the manual transmission; 7.0/5.9 L/100 km for LX Honda Sensing; and 7.6/6.5 L/100 km for Sport, EX and EX-L Navi trims.CompetitionThe Fit competes for buyers with an ever-diminishing range of subcompact cars. There are the Hyundai Accent, Kia's Rio, the Toyota Yaris and Mitsubishi's Mirage.
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