Whats good about Honda Fit 2015?
Honda has redesigned their subcompact, the Fit, for 2015 in hopes of capturing more market share from their top competitors in not only the sub compact market, but other markets as well. The Fit is said to hold its resale value quite well, better, in fact, than many cars in its class. Sources say that even with the redesign, Honda is raising the price by only $100
Of course, technology has been built into every part of Honda’s small wonder. Every Fit comes standard with a rearview camera, and the dashboard and driver interaction area are also packed with features such a voice recognition system and Honda’s Satellite Linked Navigation SystemTM.
Safety was also a concern when redesigning the Fit, as is evidenced by the rear-facing camera. One of the features for which the car has been well known has stayed through the redesign. The large windows all around the car make for ease of parking, backing, lane changing, and other urban maneuvers many drivers face on a daily basis. The Fit also comes with Vehicle Stability Assist TM and active front head restraints.
Gas mileage is of utmost importance to many in today’s economy with gas prices exponentially higher than they were a few short years ago. The Fit boasts 40 mpg from its 130 horse 4-cylinder on the highway and 33 in the city, while having more interior room than in the previous model. There are almost 5 inches more leg room in the new Fit than the old, offering more creature comforts. With a rear folding seat as well as a rear seat cushion that folds up, the Fit can easily haul larger objects than many in the subcompact class.
For a person looking for a combination of style, safety, and great gas mileage, the Fit is definitely worth a test drive. This feature-packed smaller car is sure to be a staple on many college campuses, but its applications are much further reaching. It is a great car for commuters as well. It will make the trip day after day while keeping the driver safe and traveling in comfort and style.