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What you must know before buying the Honda Fit
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  • 2015 Fit finally reaches dealer lots
  • 2013 models are gone
  • Low APR on the all-new Fit
  • Two sub-$200-per-month lease deals available

The 2015 Fit is here and 2013s are finally gone:

Delays in production pushed back the release of the all-new Fit, but it is finally here. There were some 2013 models hanging around dealers, but these are all gone as of September 2014.

Shortages continue, resulting in higher prices:

The delays in getting the new Fit to market created shortages that continue into September 2014. This means that you will likely still have a tough time finding one, and when you do, you can expect to pay a premium for it. Unless you really need the new Fit now, it is best to wait until production catches up with demand.

Special financing:

To help keep interest in the Fit, despite its short supply, Honda is continuing to offer special financing. For 24- to 36-month leases, Honda Financial Services is offering 0.9-percent APR. For 37- to 60-month loans, HFS is offering 1.9-percent APR.

Low-price lease offers:

Honda continues to offer a pair of affordable lease options for the 2015 Fit. The first is on the Fit LX with the continuously variable transmission, and it requires $1,999 at signing and 36 monthly payments of just $149. You can also opt for a $0-due-at-signing lease on the Fit LX CVT that runs just $190 per month. These deals are good through October 2, 2014.

Grads and active military:

Recent or soon-to-be graduates and active-duty U.S. Military or Coast Guard members and their spouses get $500 toward a 2015 Fit. This program requires financing through Honda Financial Services, and down payment and income minimums to qualify.

The 2015 Fit is here and 2013s are finally gone:

Delays in production pushed back the release of the all-new Fit, but it is finally here. There were some 2013 models hanging around dealers, but these are all gone as of September 2014.

Shortages continue, resulting in higher prices:

The delays in getting the new Fit to market created shortages that continue into September 2014. This means that you will likely still have a tough time finding one, and when you do, you can expect to pay a premium for it. Unless you really need the new Fit now, it is best to wait until production catches up with demand.

Special financing:

To help keep interest in the Fit, despite its short supply, Honda is continuing to offer special financing. For 24- to 36-month leases, Honda Financial Services is offering 0.9-percent APR. For 37- to 60-month loans, HFS is offering 1.9-percent APR.

Low-price lease offers:

Honda continues to offer a pair of affordable lease options for the 2015 Fit. The first is on the Fit LX with the continuously variable transmission, and it requires $1,999 at signing and 36 monthly payments of just $149. You can also opt for a $0-due-at-signing lease on the Fit LX CVT that runs just $190 per month. These deals are good through October 2, 2014.

Grads and active military:

Recent or soon-to-be graduates and active-duty U.S. Military or Coast Guard members and their spouses get $500 toward a 2015 Fit. This program requires financing through Honda Financial Services, and down payment and income minimums to qualify.

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