2008 Honda Fit Values

Select a 2008 Honda Fit trim level

2008 model year changes

Changes are few for the 2008 Honda Fit, which made its U.S. debut last year. Despite the marginal yearly price increase, the Fit is still a phenomenal value.

Competitive comparison

Reliability and value; carry-it-all capability, without sacrificing precious fuel economy; lengthy list of standard equipment for the money.

Special features for 2008

The 2008 Honda Fit continues is a well-thought-out, functional vehicle not devoid of style or fun. It is Honda's smallest car, but it smartly utilizes every cubic inch of space to create a functionality that belies its size. A long list of standard equipment makes picking out the perfect Fit as easy as picking a manual or automatic transmission. Like most Hondas, reliability and resale value are strong points for the Fit.


Introduced just last year, the 2008 Honda Fit receives only minor updates for its sophomore season. This five-door five-passenger economy Hatchback comes in two trims – a Base and a Sport model – with all boasting a zippy 109 horsepower 1.5-liter inline 4-cylinder, with your choice of manual or automatic transmission. If it’s luxury amenities you’re after, the Honda Fit comes decently equipped with air conditioning, keyless entry, power controls, AM/FM/CD audio and intermittent wipers. Safety features include front/side-body/side-head airbags, ABS brakes and child locks.