At a starting price of $17,085, a bare-bones Fit is a tempting value on its own. It gets all the important features: Honda’s second-row “Magic” seats (which are surprisingly practical), an available continuously variable transmission (CVT), and the Honda Sensing suite of safety tech as an option.
To get Honda Sensing requires a price bump of $1,800, which means you may as well opt for the $19,055 Fit EX. In addition to including all the safety technology of Honda Sensing as standard, the EX gets a power moonroof, push-button start, a larger seven-inch infotainment screen, automatic high beams, and smartphone compatibility. That’s good value.
Trim aside, there aren’t many options to choose from on the Fit. We’d leave ours at that:
- Model: 2019 Honda Fit EX
- Engine: 1.5-liter inline four-cylinder
- Output: 130 hp / 114 lb-ft
- Transmission: Six-speed manual
- Drivetrain: Front-wheel drive
- MPG: 31 City / 36 Hwy
- Options: None
- Base Price: $19,055 (including an $895 destination charge)
- Best Value Price: $19,055