2015 Honda Fit Review Specifications
2015 Honda Fit offers a spacious cabin with room for rear passengers thanks in part to a gas tank cleverly located beneath the front seats. The driver faces a three-spoke multi-function steering wheel and three-pod instrument cluster consisting of two analog gauges and LCD display that provides information about the car and its surroundings.
Honda Fit features patented Magic chairs, setup that gives the driver four different ways to configure the interior. In the utility mode, the rear seats are folded flat to clean maximum 52.7 cubic feet of cargo space. In high Mode, the rear seat bottoms fold up to reveal a large storage compartment at the back of the front seat designed to make stuff bring high wind. In long mode, the front passenger seat back reclines above the rear bench folded, making it possible to carry extra long goods. Finally, Refresh Mode turns the interior fits into a lounge two.
All models except the entry-level LX trim came standard with a touch-screen tablet-like seven-inch running Honda Audio screen infotainment system. Using technology that is collected from all over the world of smartphones, Audio screen allows its passengers to navigate the menu by swiping and touching the screen.
Platform-based application called Hond aLink provides access to online content such as Aha radio and Honda navigation app.
Under the hood
Power comes from an all-new direct injected 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine that produced 130 horsepower and 114 lb-ft of torque. The power delivered to the front wheels through either a continuously variable transmission (CVT) that can be ordered with shift paddles or a six-speed manual transmission.
Equipped with the CVT, fit back 33 mpg in the city and 41 mpg on the highway. 2015 Honda Fit The economy drops to 37 city/29 highway when equipped with the six-speed manual.
Trim level details
Honda offers fit in four trim levels: LX, EX, EX-L and EX-L Navi.
LX fits generously equipped with automatic headlights, LED tail lights, Bluetooth connectivity, power Mirrors, power locks, power window, one touch turn signals, A/C, rear view mirror camera, five-inch LCD screen in the center console and a 160-watt four-speaker stereo system. 2015 Honda Fit LX models feature a six-speed manual transmission, although the CVT available extra charge.
Select the EX model adds a moon roof, Smart entry system for Honda, fog lamps, push-button ignition, programmable automatic door locking, HDMI port, 180-watt six-speaker stereo, a seven-inch touch screen that is mounted on the center console, Pandora compatibility, tie-down anchors in trunk and floor mats. FORMER models can be ordered with a six-speed manual or a CVT transmission.
In addition, the former model is equipped with a Honda Lane Watch system, a function that uses a small camera mounted in the bottom of the passenger side mirror to display an image of what is in the blind spot.
EX-L model brings heated door mirrors, heated front seats and leather on the seats, steering wheel and shift knob.
Finally, the EX-L Navi model with added HD Radio, Sirius XM Radio and a navigation system with voice recognition and Honda HD Digital traffic. Both EX-L Models equipped exclusively with CVT.
2015 Honda Fit All models regardless of trim level come standard with Honda’s vehicle stability assist function, traction control and rollover sensors. Front, side and side airbags are also standard.
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