Honda Fit EX-L Navi
Honda Fit EX-L Navi
Honda Fit

2019 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

2019 Honda Fit

CG Says: The 2019 Honda Fit is unchanged after last year’s refresh. Fit is a subcompact four-door hatchback. The lone engine for all Fit trim levels is a 1.5-liter 4-cylinder rared at 130 horsepower. A continuously variable transmission (CVT) is available on all Fits, while a six-speed manual transmission is offered only on entry-level LX, Sport, and midlevel EX models. Available driver-assistance features include autonomous emergency braking, lane-departure warning and mitigation, road-departure mitigation, adaptive cruise control, blind-spot alert, and cross-traffic alert. The Fit is the most space-efficient, cargo-versatile vehicle in its class. Fit’s compact size, responsive steering, and sporty suspension tuning make it very nimble–and fun to drive–but ride quality may be an issue for some new-car shoppers, as it’s on the firm side. Still, Fit remains one of the most compelling vehicles in the subcompact class, and well worth a spot on your test-drive list.

2019 Honda Fit
The Facts
Class Subcompact Car
Body Style(s) 4-door hatchback
Passenger Count 5
Drive Wheels front-wheel drive
Manufacturer Honda
Nation of Manufacture Mexico
Base Prices LX: $17,085
LX w/Honda Sensing: $18,885
Sport: $18,395
Sport w/Honda Sensing: $20,195
EX: $19,055
EX-L: $21,415
EX-L w/Navi: $22,415

Base Engine
1.5-liter 4-cylinder
Std. Transmission
6-speed manual
Avail. Transmission
EPA City Range (mpg)
EPA Hwy Range (mpg)

Honda Fit Sport
2019 Honda Fit Sport
NHTSA Ratings
Overall - 5

(5 is the highest rating)

Front Crash - 5
Side Crash - 5
Rollover - 4

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