The Fit lineup consists of three trim levels. The LX starts from $16,965 (all prices listed here include the $875 destination charge). Its standard equipment list includes Bluetooth connectivity and a rearview camera. The EX stickers at $18,875, and that increase pays for a number of features and upgrades such as:
- Honda's LaneWatch blind-spot mitigation system
- Touchscreen control for the infotainment system, which now includes Pandora compatibility
- 16-inch alloy wheels
- A moonroof
- Keyless ignition
The EX-L weighs in at a $21,240 and adds heated side mirrors and heated leather front seats, while the steering wheel and shift knob are also wrapped in cowhide. The EX-L is also available with an expanded infotainment system that adds voice-operated navigation and SiriusXM and HD radio receivers. Options on any Fit are limited to dealer-installed accessories
All Fits use a 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine. A six-speed manual or a continuously-variable transmission sends power to the front wheels. The CVT is standard on the EX-L and optional on the LX and EX. Save for the wheels (15-inch steel wheels with covers on the LX, 16-inch alloys on the EX and EX-L) mechanical specifications are identical among the three trim levels. Manual-transmission Fits earn EPA mileage estimates of 29 mpg city, 36 highway, and 32 combined. Opting for the CVT boosts estimates to 33/40/36 mpg.