The Honda Fit Gets a Major Facelift
Since its introduction in 2006, the Honda Fit subcompact has developed a small but loyal fan base that appreciates its quirky styling, sharp handling, and value-based price point. For 2015, Honda has invested in a revamp of this tiny coupe that promises big changes in appearance and performance.
The current Honda Fit has a distinctive, recognizable style—the diminutive car boasts sweeping lines, bubbly curves, a steep windshield, and a curved hatchback. It certainly doesn’t look like anything else on the road, which is something that many Fit owners appreciate.A Honda lip kit can lower the Fit giving it a more streamlined appearance while protecting the bumpers from wear and tear and damage.
The new Fit retains much of the iconic styling of the current car. It also adds some character lines and a shoulder over the rear of the vehicle to give it a more squat stance. Inside the vehicle, Honda has updated the controls by adding control buttons to the steering wheel for volume and tuning. The cabin room has also been slightly increased, which drivers and passengers are sure to appreciate. The 2015 Fit has an extra 4.8 inches of legroom in the backseat.
Honda didn’t just focus on looks when upgrading the 2015 Fit. The new model also offers tight steering making it a pleasure to handle. The 1.6L, 130 horsepower four-cylinder engine provides just enough pep for the small, lightweight vehicle. Reviewers report that the new Fit is fun to drive and provides a well-tuned ride that feels expensive.
As with many of its models, Honda focused on fuel efficiency with the Fit. The new 2015 Fit boasts an economical 32 MPG city and 38 MPG highway. However, this efficiency is not without drawbacks—one potential negative reviewers mentioned is that the new Fit may not have a great deal of acceleration especially in situations like merging onto the highway.
One of the factors that attracted many drivers to the current Fit is its reasonable sticker price and low cost of ownership. The new model is no exception. Honda has managed to upgrade the features and styling of the Fit without sacrificing affordability—a combination that is sure to be a winner. The 2015 Honda Fit starts at just over $15,000 and can be very well equipped for around $20,000.
If you are interested in the new Honda Fit, All-Fit Automotive can help you enhance the look, performance, and value of your vehicle with a Honda lip kit. Adding a Honda lip kit to your car will protect the body from damage, improve aerodynamics and fuel efficiency, and add a stylish and lowered appearance to your car. All-Fit Automotive’s universal products are suitable to use as a Honda lip kit or on any other make and model. Check out our full selection of lip options here.