2016 Honda Fit EX (M6)
- 29 City
- 37 Hwy
- Horsepower130 hp
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2016 Honda Fit Buyer's Guide
Introduced as an all-new, next-gen subcompact hatch just last year, the 2016 Honda Fit stands pat for its sophomore selling season, relying on its extreme versatility and a relatively peppy powertrain to keep growing sales in the segment. There’s even a bit of magic involved, thanks to the Fit’s “Magic Seat” interior and efficient packaging. Consider: Even as Honda engineers shrunk the Fit by 1.6 inches in length, it can still handle up to 52.7 cubic feet of cargo—including items up to 4 feet tall or up to 7 feet, 9 inches, long—while boasting an extra 4.9 cubic feet of passenger volume and 4.8 inches of rear-seat legroom as compared to the previous-generation model. (Also, just to be clear, the Fit is sold solely as a five-door hatchback.)
What's the difference between trims?2016 Honda Fit EX
- 16-inch alloy wheels
- Touchscreen infotainment system
- LaneWatch blind spot monitoring system
- Leather-wrapped steering wheel
- Heated seats
- Leather upholstery
- Upgraded exterior trim
- 15-inch steel wheels
- Bluetooth connectivity
- Rearview camera
- LED brake lights
What makes it move?
Leveraging features like computer-controlled direct injection and the brand’s hallmark i-VTEC valve timing/lift technology, the standard engine for the 2016 Honda Fit is a 1.5-liter, four-cylinder “Earth Dreams” unit that returns 130 hp and 114 lb.-ft. of torque. Standard as well is a six-speed manual transmission, good for EPA marks of 29 mpg city/37 mpg highway/32 mpg combined, and a continuously variable transmission is available to raise those ratings to 33 mpg city/41 mpg highway/36 mpg combined.
Why buy the 2016 Honda Fit?
The 2016 Honda Fit is the subcompact for people who don’t think they can fit into a subcompact, along with those looking for high value in a small car. After all, much in the same way that the roomy interior of the vehicle belies its nimble exterior dimensions, the affordable starting price of the Fit includes upscale features like a multi-angle rearview camera (with guidelines), Bluetooth for hands-free calling and audio streaming, four-speaker audio with USB interface and LED brake lights. Further, the Fit serves up robust safety ratings, too, with a 5-Star Overall Safety Score from NHTSA and available Honda LaneWatch technology. And speaking of technology, customers can choose from plenty more, highlighted by both next-gen HondaLink smartphone connectivity and Satellite-Linked Navigation.