2015 Honda Fit Review
The 2015 Honda Fit is considered one of the most affordable new cars on the market along with being reliable and safe. It’s economical and well worth the money spent. It comes in three trims: LX, EX, and EX-L. They all have a level 3 rating for carbon emissions and have 130 horsepower at 6,600 rpm.
There are many similarities among the three trims, with few added luxuries from the least expensive to the most expensive. Nevertheless, you still pay less than most other vehicles when considering what this car has to offer for the price.
All three trims have three-point seatbelts in all seating positions along with dual-stage front airbags. There’s a one-touch turn indicator along with LED brake lights and heated side mirrors to assist visibility in bad or cold weather. The driver can get an expanded view of the mirror to enable more viewing along with using a lane watch that allows the driver to see four times more of what’s behind the vehicle in comparison to looking out the passenger window.
Other safety features that the Honda Fit comes with is the security system with a remote entry and childproof rear door locks.
The Honda Fit comes with an anti-locking braking system along with power-assisted ventilated front disc and rear drum brakes. This allows you to stop quickly instead of sliding on slippery pavement.
The LX trim comes with 15-inch wheels, while the EX and EX-L trims come with 16-inch trims. They’re all-season tires that last for several years, allowing you to drive easily in rainy to snowy weather.
With its tire pressure monitoring system, you have the opportunity to reduce being stuck with a flat tire. A light will come on to let you know that the tires are running low in air pressure or a sudden change in air pressure.
- Daytime running lights
- Moonroof power with one touch
- Cruise control
- Power locks and windows
- Push button start
- Rear wiper
- Two-speed windshield wipers
- Halogen headlights with an automatic on and off capability
With its six-speed transmission and a steering ratio of 13.06, the 2015 Honda Fit reaches safety measures and comfort with heated front seats, height adjustments, and adjustable head restraints as you’re able to enjoy the ultimate in economy driving. You get a turning radius of 35.1 and a 5-inch LCD color screen on the dashboard. There’s a 160 to 180 watt AM/FM radio and CD audio system that includes a four- or six-speaker system, depending on the trim you choose.