2019 Honda Fit at Honda of Concord, serving Charlotte

The 2019 Honda Fit is a Lot More Than It Seems at First Glance

If you've taken a look at the new Honda Fit, it's time to look again--because this cute little compact hatchback has a lot to offer to drivers who want more out of a small car. Its interior is comfortable and can be configured for incredible available cargo space, and its peppy engine is surprisingly agile. Don't be fooled for its small size, and don't miss out on this versatile car. Trim levels for 2019 include the Honda Fit LX, Sport, EX and EX-L.




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Space on Space on Space

If there's anything that the Honda Fit hatchback is known for, it's massive interior cargo space. The 2019 model does not disappoint, with 16.6 cubic feet of storage behind the back seats and 52.7 cubic feet of maximum cargo area. Thanks to a Magic Seat rear bench seat, that space is incredibly user-friendly. Even if you're not traveling with gear, but you've got a full crew of five, the Honda Fit give you 93 cubic feet of passenger volume. Top levels of interior comfort offer heated front seats and leather upholstery, which are rare options to find in affordable compact cars. Honda Fit color options like Helios Yellow Pearl, Orange Fury, Lunar Silver Metallic, Modern Steel Metallic, Crystal Black Pearl, Milano Red, Aegean Blue Metallic, and Platinum White Pearl make this hatchback really stand out.



How Does It Look?

The exterior of the Honda Fit is fun, compact, and sharp. Though it may be small, every detail is fresh and stylish, making this one of the better-looking hatchback cars in its class. A striking rear spoiler comes standard and sits on top of the broad liftback. Convenient fog lights help to shed a little more light on the road ahead, and available chrome trim accents add a whole new level of brightness to this quirky hatchback. Want more? The Honda Fit Sport offers trim-exclusive exterior styling.

Commuter-Friendly Engine Performance

You won't be surprised that the small car has a small engine: a 1.5-liter four-cylinder that runs on front-wheel drive. It's good for 130 horsepower and 114 pound-feet of torque with the standard manual transmission, and 128 horsepower and 113 pound-feet with the available (standard on select models) CVT. It may not seem like a ton of power, but with a curb weight of just slightly over 2,500 pounds, that peppy engine can help the Fit zip around town with ease. It's a great car for commuters, offering impeccable driving manners in the city, and a burst of agility on the highway.



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Signature Features and Fun

Standard features in the 2019 Honda Fit include a rearview camera, Bluetooth hands-free calling, and a 5.0-inch screen for multimedia display--and the base model still manages to just at just over $16,000 for a brand-new Fit. Upgrade to higher trim levels for surprising and premium features like a 7.0-inch touchscreen and Android Auto and Apple CarPlay smartphone integration. The impressive Honda Fit also offers tons of standard safety features through a basic Honda Sensing suite, like forward collision warning, lane departure warning and intervention, and adaptive cruise control, with additional options like automatic high beams and emergency braking.

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