2016 Honda Fit
Looking for a new car but don’t want to break doing it? You’ve probably found most cars are lacking of features or styling when it comes into this category. Well, the 2016 Honda Fit is nothing like what you have seen before. Rated as the top affordable subcompact car in the United States by U.S. News as well as the top hatchback in the country as well, you’ll be pleasantly surprised with what your money can buy. So, if smaller and affordable is what you’re aiming at, the 2016 Honda Fit might just be your target.
The LX Manual is the entry level trim model into the 2016 Honda Fit family. It is a manual, front wheel drive compact that uses an I-4 1.5 L/91 engine that produces 130 horsepower and 114 pound feet of torque. Now, all of the trim models come standard with the same engine, so if you decide to go with a higher tier trim model, the changes are within the features and not under the hood. The top of the line trim variation is the EX-L CVT with Navigation.
On the interior of this hatchback design you are going to receive an alarm, cruise control, fog lamps, keyless start, steering wheel control (on higher tier models), trip computer, power driver mirror, back-up camera, vehicle anti-theft system, auto-off headlights, adjustable steering wheel and keyless entry. In terms of your entertainment, the compact comes with an AM/FM stereo, CD player, AUX jack input for connecting all of your external audio devices (like a smartphone, tablet or MP3 player) and higher tier trim models feature an HD radio and access to satellite radio. Wireless cell phone hookup is found on all models while the navigation system is an upper-tier model.
All of the vehicles designed by Honda are regarded as some of the safest on the market. This is because of the safety features and overall body designs. On the Fit, you’ll receive driver, side head, side, passenger and rear head air bags, plus four-wheel ABS and front disc/rear drum brakes as standard. Plus, brake assist, traction control and electronic stability control.