2020 Honda Fit Prices and Deals
The Fit's run is over:
There were reports the U.S. would get a redesigned 2021 Fit. Delays initially pushed back the plans. Honda swiftly reversed course and decided it would no longer sell the Fit in the U.S. after the 2020 models sold out. They have officially sold out this month, so the Fit is no longer available a new car in the U.S.
For now, the Honda Civic will retake its position as the brands entry-level vehicle, closely followed by the HR-V.
No lease offers:
There is no more 2020 Honda Fit stock, so there are no more promotional leases.
You can, however, pick up a 2021 Civic 2.0 LX Sedan starting from $169 per month for 36 months and $2,999 due at signing. Alternatively, you can grab the 2021 HR-V LX for $159 per month with $2,699 due at signing.
No financing offers:
With it officially sold out, there are no financing offers on the 2020 Fit.
Qualified buyers can finance the 2021 Civic from 1.9% APR for 60 months to 2.9% APR for 72 months. The 2021 HR-V has even better financing offers: 0% for 48 months, 0.9% for 60 months, and 1.9% for 72 months.
The Fit is discontinued, so there are no cash incentives on it. Buyers can pick up the 2021 Civic Sedan with up to $500 in unadvertised dealer incentives. This is an incentive the manufacturer passes to the dealer to do with as they please, including passing it to buyers for additional savings or even keeping it as profit.
Because the dealer doesn't have to pass this incentive to you -- the dealership gets it and chooses how to apply it -- we suggest shopping around for the best offers.
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