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Honda Fit

Price $15,190 – $23,990
Fuel consumption 5.9 – 8.1 L/100km
The Car Guide rating 79%(view ratings)
The Fit gets styling revisions for 2018, and a new Sport trim level has been added to the lineup, which features a more dynamic exterior and black 16-inch alloy wheels. Its 1.5-litre four-cylinder engine produces 130 horsepower, allowing for a combined city/highway fuel economy rating as low as 6.5 L/100 km. When the automatic transmission is chosen, the Fit also includes adaptive cruise control, autonomous emergency braking and lane keep assist.

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Previews2019 Honda Fit Preview
The subcompact-car segment has been struggling over the past few years, as compact-sized models benefit from more interesting finance and lease incentives, and small crossovers are taking over in the hearts of North-American consumers. Still, and more than ever, subcompact cars are affordable, spacious and versatile. In the case of …
Test Drives2015 Honda Fit: Swiss Army Knife
In the subcompact car segment, some models offer a more engaging driving experience at the expense of interior space, while others put the emphasis on versatility. Between the two, like the automotive equivalent of a Swiss army knife, is the Honda Fit. Obviously, this type of knife doesn’t have the …
Comparative TestsFeatherweight Battle: Honda Fit Vs. Hyundai Accent
The subcompact category is one of our market’s most popular, and this fact has not been lost on manufacturers. They are offering very competitive vehicles in the segment that are constantly being updated. That’s why I decided to compare two of our market’s most popular little cars. Let’s meet the …
Blog2014’s Top 10 Game-Changing Cars
In 2014, we saw one new model after another. So many, in fact, that it’s hard to do justice to the topic in just one article. To keep it simple, I’ve selected one game-changing vehicle per category. These are not necessarily the best-in-class winners, but they’re the vehicles that set …
First Drives2015 Honda Fit: A Master Class in Packaging
The new third-generation Honda Fit, also known as the Jazz in Asia and Europe, will hit the Canadian market in September 2014 as the 2015 model, nine months after its unveiling at the Detroit Auto Show in January. This marks the beginning of a new era for the Fit since …
Test DrivesThe 2010 Honda Fit(s Like a Glove)
Vancouver is a terrible place to put a city. Sandwiched between the Coastal Mountain Ranges and Pacific Ocean, it may have proven an oceanfront paradise in decades past, but has become a city under compression in recent years. Inviting Canadians from the frozen east and new immigrants from points west, …
Test Drives2009 Honda Fit Sport: Finally, a Fit that Fits!
Last year, when I spent a week aboard the previous generation Honda Fit, I vowed never to set foot in such a vehicle again. Sure, it looked pretty nifty, and the interior was easily the most adaptable I’d encountered, but the reality of the situation was that I was about …

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NewsA Sport Trim for the 2018 Honda Fit Coming this Summer
It’s arriving just in time for the sunny season with refreshed and slightly more aggressive styling, a new Sport grade and the availability of the Honda Sensing safety system. The 2018 Honda Fit arrives with a younger look and new features that preserve its status as one of the best …
ElectricContenders For The 2015 Green Car Of The Year Award
Each year, Green Car Journal gives out their Green Car Of The Year award. For 2015, they selected 5 finalists that use different types of fuel: The Audi A3 TDI, powered by a 2 litre diesel engine The BMW i3, which can be recharged by a wall outlet and has …
SEMASix Honda Fits At SEMA 2014
For the next edition of SEMA, the biggest aftermarket and tuner show, Honda decided to present their little Fit's tuning potential by choosing six tuners and allowing them to work their magic on the sub-compact car. These tuners are all prominent figures in their local scenes: Kontrabands, MAD Industries, Tjin …
Detroit2015 Honda Fit Debuts in Detroit
Honda has debuted the 2015 in Detroit during the North American International Auto Show. The new Fit gets an all-new platform and saved 25 kilograms in the process. It sees a bump in power to 130 horsepower (up from 117hp) and retains a 1.5-litre four-cylinder engine but matted to a …
RecallsHonda Canada recalls 2,000 Fit Sport vehicles
TORONTO - Honda Canada is recalling about 2,000 Fit Sport vehicles from the 2012-2013 model year. It's part of a larger Honda recall of nearly 46,000 Fit Sport small cars in the U.S. and Canada. The company says the recall is to update the Vehicle Stability Assist system software, which …
NewsHonda, Mazda Create New Subcompact Racing Series
Here’s a recipe for motorsports success: take some of the most popular cars on the planet, and here’s the crucial part: turn them into race cars. An idea as old as motor racing itself, it’s an idea that’s led to the popularity of everything from Trans Am to NASCAR (in …
TorontoHonda Fit Wins AJAC's 2009 Best New Design Award
The Honda Fit won the "Best New Design" award for 2009 as presented by the Automobile Journalists Association of Canada (AJAC). The award was handed out as part of the 2009 Canadian Car of the Year (CCOTY) awards that opened the Canadian International Auto Show in Toronto. "We thank the …

Videos

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Test Drive: 2015 Honda Fit
Despite added competition in recent years, the Honda Fit remains one of the roomiest, most practical subcompact cars on the road. With its spacious cabin and—gasp!—commendable continuously variable transmission, the Fit looks to get ahead of the pack in its third generation. This segment originally appeared on Episode 9 of …
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Review: 2015 Honda Fit
Honda is betting the redesigned 2015 Fit, the third generation of the tiny wagon, will be enough to propel it to the front of the compact pack. How will it do? Check out Brad Diamond's review for more. This segment originally appeared on Episode 2 of Motoring 2015.
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2015 Honda Fit
On the road, Honda's sub-compact feels more tame: less sporty and more comfortable, it still remains fun to drive. The CVT transmission is also interesting; it doesn't compromise acceleration too much, and is more fuel-efficient than the manual. More on http://www.guideautoweb.com/en/makes/honda/fit/ …