2015 Honda Fit Values

Select a 2015 Honda Fit trim level

2015 model year changes

The Honda Fit has been given a total redesign for 2015. The new Fit gets not just a new exterior and interior, but also a new engine and new transmission options as well.

Competitive comparison

Roomy interior; compact exterior; great fuel economy; economical price; Honda reliability; high levels of standard equipment

Special features for 2015

The Honda Fit competes with other subcompacts such as the Ford Fiesta, the Fiat 500 and the Toyota Yaris. It's an extremely competitive class of vehicle, but Honda has successfully been building excellent subcompacts longer than just about any other manufacturer in the United States. The big selling point for the 2015 Fit, is how much space it crams into a relatively small footprint. It offers nearly five more cubic feet of interior volume than last year's model; at the same time, the 2015 Fit is actually shorter in length than that one. Pricing starts at $15,525 which is slightly more than a couple of its competitors, but the Fit's price reflects the high level of standard features that come with the car.
Comfort, nimbleness, fuel economy, reliability and affordability all easily describe the Honda Fit. While not the prettiest-looking hatchback out there, this car was really designed to safely transport you to and from work while saving you money on gas and repairs. With the base model you’ll get 15” wheels, auto-headlights, power accessories, backup camera, Bluetooth connectivity, 5” touchscreen display and a four-speaker surround sound system with an iPod/USB connection port. Upgrade to three different trim levels (LX, EX and EX-L) for more amenities like larger wheels, a 7” touchscreen, upgraded leather upholstery, sunroof and remote start as well as premium audio system with six speakers. You won’t be blazing off the line with the teeny 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine that only makes a meager 130 horsepower at 114 pound-feet of torque, but you will save a grip of cash on fuel with the EPA estimated combined 36 mpg and Honda’s trademark reliability rating.