2016 Honda Fit ratings and reviews

The 2016 Honda Fit five-door subcompact continues to be a viable option for drivers seeking fuel economy and a good value. Under the hood is a 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine that's a member of the "Earth Dreams" lineup of fuel-efficient engines produced by Honda. The engine has i-VTEC and Variable Timing Control on the valve train, as well as fuel injection, to help it reduce fuel use. A six-speed manual transmission or an available CVT help to ensure that fuel economy is as much as 41 mpg/highway. The Fit might be a subcompact, but it's not subpar when it comes to standard features. The base model, the Honda Fit LX, includes a rearview camera, cruise control, keyless, remote entry, power locks and windows, and automatic headlights. Included safety features are stability and traction control as well as side-curtain airbags. Optional equipment includes a push-button ignition, fog lights, and a seven-inch touchscreen audio system.

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The 2016 Honda Fit five-door subcompact continues to be a viable option for drivers seeking fuel economy and a good value. Under the hood is a 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine that's a member of the "Earth Dreams" lineup of fuel-efficient engines produced by Honda. The engine has i-VTEC and Variable Timing Control on the valve train, as well as fuel injection, to help it reduce fuel use. A six-speed manual transmission or an available CVT help to ensure that fuel economy is as much as 41 mpg/highway. The Fit might be a subcompact, but it's not subpar when it comes to standard features. The base model, the Honda Fit LX, includes a rearview camera, cruise control, keyless, remote entry, power locks and windows, and automatic headlights. Included safety features are stability and traction control as well as side-curtain airbags. Optional equipment includes a push-button ignition, fog lights, and a seven-inch touchscreen audio system.




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