The refreshed Fit subcompact by the Japanese automaker reportedly goes on sale this hot week in the U.S. What’s the scoop? First of all, it features tons of smart-tech updates, a manifold set of trims, and updated paint palette including two all-bright exterior colors, Helios Yellow and Orange Fury, and dropping Purple on the flip side of the coin. The Fit newcomer is priced from $17,065; meanwhile, it mainly depends on the trim. Opting for a CVT, customers will drop $18,085; for the EX trim with six-speed manual, buyers will have at least $19,035 to be paid.
Along with the base LX, EX, EX-L trim, Honda has added the brand-new Sport trim for the current model year. Finished in gloss black and orange hues, the Sport trim is notable for its distinctive chrome exterior add-ons, fury-orange pin-striping, a badass front spoiler and rear diffuser. In terms of the interior, it follows the same paint scheme, the main deep black with contrast orange stitching. Honda Sensing tech set is available for all Honda Fit trims and provides such safety options like road departure warning, adaptive cruise control and lane keeping assist.