2018 Honda Fit Review

For its first update since the launch of the third-generation in 2015, the 2018 Honda Fit model promises subtle aesthetic enhancements and an impressive list of driver assistance features.

Inside, the generous accommodation and cargo space of the 2018 Honda Fit t are its greatest assets. It’s a spacious little car with a clever design at the rear Honda calls the magical seat. Split 60/40, the Fit’s rear seat does not just fold flat, you can also raise the bottom of the seat to carry large items, such as a mountain bike. The new Fit five seats and there is room at the back for adults. The soft touch materials and the accented silver trim certainly make it more expensive than its price. The front bucket seats are comfortable and there is a myriad of storage compartments and cupholders.

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The 2018 Honda Fit has lost its chunky slab-like style and small van looking for a thinner, thinner design with a more muscular and chiseled shape. At the front, its striated headlights and relaxed windshield look modern and aerodynamic, while its spoiler on the roof and its complex rear lights give it a certain sportiness. The Fit EX and EX-L models feature fog lamps, aluminum alloy wheels and extra chrome on the grille and tailgate, while the new Sport model adds a sporty touch to the black rims, a front spoiler more aggressive, orange stripe and a chrome exhaust tip.

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The 2018 Honda Fit is powered by a 1.5-liter I-4 developing 130 hp and 114 lb-ft of torque when equipped with the standard six-speed manual transmission or 128 hp and 113 lb-ft with the optional CVT. The EX-L models come exclusively with the CVT. The EPA fuel economy ratings are 29/36 mpg city / highway with manual, 31/36 mpg with CVTs in Sport, EX and EX-L, and 33/40 mpg with CVT in the category Basic LX. Loading space with the rear seats fold-down is 16.6 cubic feet and 52.7 cubic feet with the folded.

A basic 2018 Honda Fit LX with the 6-speed manual transmission starts with a Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of approximately $ 17,000, including $ 875 destination charge.

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