The Honda Fit builds on its established strengths with updated styling on Honda Fit Sport, interior upgrades on all models, and the addition of new standard and accessible features.
The Fit's compact size and tight turning diameter (34.4 feet, curb-to-curb) can conveniently navigate small urban areas and fit in small parking spaces. Yet a roomy and clever interior offers the comfort and cargo volume of a relatively larger vehicle. Compared to any other vehicle in the subcompact class, the five-passenger Fit provides the lowest, flattest cargo floor and the most cargo volume of 57.3 cu-ft. when the rear seats are down. Its four distinct seat configurations are intended to contain large objects ranging from mountain bikes to surfboards.
Honda Fit Sport outside overhauls new outlines for the front grille and guard, dark fog light bezels and a dull "machined surface" finish for the combination wheels (replaces a painted completion display). The section model Fit holds its selective front sash plan and gets body-shading outside mirrors (beforehand dark) and renewed wheel covers.