2017 Honda Fit

Pros: Outstanding interior cargo space and versatility in a small package; agile, fun-to-drive character; availability of upscale features

Cons: Engine is noisy during acceleration; touchscreen system absorbs virtually all audio functions and complicates many of them; ride is rather stiff

CG Says: Honda Fit is unchanged for 2017. The lone engine on all Fits is a 1.5-liter 4-cylinder with 130 horsepower, up 13 from the previous-generation engine. A continuously variable transmission (CVT) is available on all Fits, and a six-speed manual is offered on entry-level LX and midlevel EX models. The Fit is most space-efficient, cargo-versatile vehicle in its class. Fit’s compact size, responsive steering, and sporty suspension tuning make it very nimble, but the ride is a bit stiff. Still,  Fit remains one of the most compelling vehicles in the subcompact class.

The Facts
Class Subcompact
Body Style(s) 4-door hatchback
Passenger Count 5
Drive Wheels Front
Manufacturer Honda
Nation of Manufacture Mexico
Base Prices LX, manual: $15,990
LX, CVT: $16,790
EX, manual: $17,900
EX, CVT: $18,700
EX-L, CVT: $20,265
EX-L w/ Navi, CVT: $21,265

Base Engine
1.5-liter 4-cyl
Horsepower
130
Std. Transmission
6-speed manual
Avail. Transmission
CVT
EPA City Range (mpg)
29-33
EPA Hwy Range (mpg)
36-40

2015 Honda Fit
2017 Honda Fit