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  • Tim Charlet
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    2019 Honda Fit OVERVIEW

    Good things come in small packages, and the 2019 Honda Fit is living proof. Starting at $17,085 (all prices include the $895 destination charge) the Honda Fit is offered in four trim levels, has loads of cargo space for the segment, and a fair amount of technology and safety features. Powered by a fuel-efficient 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine, the 2019 Honda Fit is best suited for singles or commuters, but can be configured to "fit" almost any taste.

    What's new for 2019

    The Honda Fit received a much-needed makeover in 2018 and arrives at dealers mainly unchanged. There's a new Platinum Pearl White exterior color which replaces White Orchid Pearl, while automatic high beams were added to models with Honda Sensing.

    Honda Fit

    Choosing Your Honda Fit

    The 2019 Honda Fit is a four-door subcompact offered in four trims: LX, Sport, EX, and EX-L. Each Fit receives power by way of a 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine that produces 130 horsepower and 114 pound-feet of torque. This engine is paired with a standard six-speed manual transmission which returns an EPA-estimated 29 miles per gallon city, 36 mpg highway, and 31 combined. Consumers can opt for a continuously variable transmission (CVT) in the LX, Sport, and EX trims for an additional $800, with fuel economy increasing to 33 mpg city, 40 highway, and 36 combined. The CVT is standard with the range-topping EX-L.


    The base Honda Fit is the LX, which starts at $17,085. The LX is rather bare-bones. It rides on 15-inch wheels and is equipped with 60/40-split second-row seating, air conditioning, power doors and windows, cruise control, and a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob. A five-inch touchscreen displays a rearview camera, comes with Bluetooth connectivity, and powers a five-speaker sound system. Honda Sensing, the automaker's suite of advanced safety technology, can be added for an extra $1,000. Honda Sensing adds adaptive cruise control, lane keeping assist, automatic emergency braking, forward collision warning and pedestrian detection, lane departure warning and mitigation, and automatic high beams.


    The Sport is the next trim offered with the 2019 Honda Fit and starts at $18,395. Consumers choosing this trim gain front, side, and rear underbody spoilers, 16-inch alloy wheels, and fog lights. On the inside, the Sport brings an improved seven-inch infotainment touchscreen with USB integration, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto, and paddle shifters. There are eight exterior colors to choose from and a single black cloth interior. Like the LX, the Honda Sensing package can be added to the Sport. The Honda Factory Performance Package ($2,699) adds 16-inch black wheels, HFP badging, a tailgate spoiler, a sport-tuned suspension, sport pedals, and a titanium shift knob.


    The Fit EX starts at $19,055. This trim receives the Honda Sensing suite of driver-assistive safety features at no additional cost. Additional enhancements include automatic high-beam headlights, a power moonroof, a smart key with push-button start, floor mats, and SiriusXM Radio. The EX can also be enhanced with the Honda Factory Performance Package, but it costs $2,999 here because it also adds side underbody spoilers.


    Starting at $21,415, the EX-L is the top-of-the-line Honda Fit for 2019. The CVT – previously available as an $800 upgrade in other trims – is standard fare. Picking up where the EX leaves off, the EX-L adds black leather seating, dual-mode paddle shifters, heated side-view mirrors with integrated turn signal indicators, heated front seats, and a leather-wrapped steering wheel. The Honda Sensing package is included at no additional charge, Honda's navigation system can be added for $1,000, and the $2,999 Honda Factory Performance Package returns.

    CarsDirect Tip

    While small in stature, the 2019 Honda Fit stands tall amongst the competition in the subcompact segment. Coming in just shy of the magic $20,000 mark, the EX is arguably the best value on the board. Consumers living in cold weather climates should consider the range-topping EX-L, as it’s the only one offered with heated seats.

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