Reasons Why the Fit Could Be the Right Honda for You

November 2nd, 2015 by

The Honda Fit is a small car with a big personality. The
2016 model boasts a number of changes and upgrades as well as many familiar
features. While the compact hatchback is a top choice among urban drivers for
its convenient size and amount of space, the Fit is also an optimal choice for
other types of drivers as well. Stop by our Honda dealership in Salt Lake to
learn more and schedule a test drive. From a refreshed interior to innovative
technology, here’s a look at what the Honda Fit has to offer.

Exterior – all models come standard with LED brake lights,
multi-reflector halogen headlights with auto on/off, a roof-mounted antenna,
intermittent windshield wipers, and an intermittent rear window wiper and
washer. The EX and EX-L models also have a single-touch power moonroof with a
tilt feature, smart entry, and fog lights.Interior – all Fit models have seating for five with a
generous amount of cargo room. They also come with air conditioning with an air
filtration system, vanity mirrors for the driver and passenger, Bluetooth
streaming audio, speed-sensitive volume control, and a color LCD screen. The EX
and EX-L models also have a seven-inch display with customizable feature
settings, leather-trimmed seats and heated front seats.Technology – higher trim Fits may come with features such as
HondaLink technology that lets you swipe, pinch, and touch your way through
music, podcasts, and more. There’s also a seven-inch audio touch screen with
easy and fast access to music, podcasts, and more. All models come with a USB
audio interface and Bluetooth streaming audio.Performance – the Honda Fit is made with a four-cylinder
engine that produces 130 HP. Each model comes with an Eco Assist system for
enhanced driving and hill start assist. A six-speed manual transmission is
standard in the LX and EX while the EX-L is outfitted with a continuously
variable transmission with sport mode and dual mode paddle shifters.Efficiency – Fits with a six-speed manual transmission get
up to 29 city and 37 highway MPG. With a continuously variable transmission the
LX gets 33 city and 41 highway MPG while the EX and EX-L get 32 city and 38
highway.

Head to our Utah Honda dealership to schedule a test drive
of the Fit.

 
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