2015 Honda Fit
2015 Honda Fit is the third generation of Honda’s versatile 5-door subcompact hatchback. First introduced to the U.S. in 2006 as a 2007 model, the Fit was named a Car and Driver “10-Best” vehicle for seven straight years. This and the many other accolades earned by Fit speak to its practicality, fuel efficiency and affordability, but also its feature richness, high-quality interior and driving enjoyment. For the completely redesigned 2015 Honda Fit, the unique combination of these traits and the functionality, fun and refinement they provide have been further enhanced with even greater versatility, fresh styling, a more dynamic and refined driving experience.
2015 Honda Fit Exterior
The Fit remains one of Honda’s most attractive yet most pragmatic vehicles by design. This one, to Honda’s credit, looks less like a scaled-down minivan than either of the two previous generations. It’s always had a wedge shape, but the new 2015 Honda Fit model has a slightly more aggressive stance, with a pronounced side crease underscoring the rising beltline. With a steeply raked windshield at virtually the same angle as the short, stubby hood, the crease adds motion and a horizontal appearance to a tall, almost “one-box” shape riding on fairly small wheels and tires. The new shape tapers both in height and width past the rear doors, ending in larger rear taillight units that continue up the sides of the rear hatch in rear styling that’s quite Volvo-like—if only it weren’t for the big chrome bar across the tail.
2015 Honda Fit Interior
The all-new 2015 Honda Fit has been completely redesigned inside as well. And while it stays true to its ultra-efficient concept, it now boasts a number of standard “class-above” features and optional premium features that make it more comfortable, convenient, and keep the driver informed, connected and entertained. Primary changes, upgrades and new features include a significantly enlarged cabin, a new center console with armrest and tablet connectivity, an available leather trim package, and available premium features such as Smart Entry with Push Button Start and the 7-inch touchscreen Display Audio.
2015 Honda Fit Engine
2015 Honda Fit The latest Fit is powered by a direct-injected 1.5-liter engine that produces 130 horsepower and 114 lb-ft of torque. That’s a boost of 13 hp over the previous model. A six-speed manual gearbox is the standard transmission, but most Fits will arrive at dealerships with a continuously-variable transmission (CVT) that maximizes fuel efficiency, up to EPA ratings of 33 mpg city.