Honda offers few options -- either standalone or in packages -- so the trim level you choose determines how your car is equipped.
At around $16,000, the base LX includes features such as a tilt and telescoping steering wheel, power amenities, air conditioning, remote keyless entry, 5-inch touchscreen radio, Bluetooth, a multi-angle backup camera, USB input, 15-inch wheels and a four-speaker audio system.
EX cars add 16-inch alloy wheels, Honda's LaneWatch side mirror camera, keyless entry and push-button start, SMS text capability, a 7-inch touchscreen radio with Pandora capability, six-speaker audio system, a more sophisticated rearview camera, fog lights and a power moonroof Opting for the CVT also gets you paddle shifters and a sport mode.
The new EX-L gets leather upholstery, heated front seats, heated side mirrors with turn indicators and the CVT transmission with shift paddles. Also available for the EX-L is a navigation system, with voice recognition, HD radio and traffic, satellite radio and illuminated steering wheel controls.
Opting for a top-trim EX-L with navigation at less than $22,000 seems like a great value for a small car -- that kind of money usually buys a modestly equipped compact sedan or hatchback. But an even better value is the EX manual at around $18,000. Features like a backup camera and a blind spot monitor system are rare in cars at that price, especially those with the space of the Fit.
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