2020 Honda Fit
Honda is known for producing smaller vehicles with remarkable fuel efficiency. Though not as commonly known as models such as the Civic or Accord, the 2020 Honda FIT is a popular model of small car with a lot of spunk. Known in some markets at the “Jazz” and as “FIT” in others, this model puts a focus on fuel efficiency – but not at the expense of looking cool.
The Fit LX and Fit Sport, both with a 6-speed manual gearbox, are the first two models in the Fit portfolio for 2020. Honda Sensing and an automatic gearbox are standard on the Fit EX, while leather upholstery and other features are available on the Fit EX-L. Honda Sensing will be removed from the LX and Sport trim levels for the 2020 Honda Fit model year. It incorporates frontal collision warning with mitigation braking, adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning, and lane-keep assist on the Honda Sensing system’s EX and EX-L model levels. CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone communication is supported via a 7-inch touchscreen entertainment system.
The 2020 HONDA FIT is offered in 4 trim levels:
Performance and Fuel Economy
It’s astonishing how much the Fit can do when the light becomes green, given its small size and thrifty yet efficient equipment. In addition, when it comes time to draw up to the tank, it doesn’t bite much. Regardless of trim, each Honda Fit is equipped with a 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine rated at 29 mpg in the city and 33 mpg on the highway for maximum fuel economy. The four-cylinder engine produces 130 horsepower with the manual six-speed gearbox, compared to 128 horsepower for the higher-trim models equipped with automated transmissions.
The 2020 Fit is unsurpassed in utility for a vehicle of its size class. A few innovative seats and a lot of cargo capacity get points in our book, but the cheap materials and thin seats detract from those points. With the Fit, you get what you pay for in terms of materials, which tops out at roughly $20,000. The seats are flat and unsupportive for lengthy travels because of the thin plastics, the fabric upholstery, and the lack of padding. In keeping with its name, the Fit can fit a lot of passengers and their stuff. There are 95.7 cubic feet of passenger space and 39.3 inches of legroom in the back of the vehicle. For comparison, the bigger (and newer) Civic sedan and hatchback have greater leg space.
When consumers purchase a 2020 Honda Fit, they get 2020 HONDA FIT Owner’s Manual containing all the required information for future maintenance and modifications.
The Honda Owner’s Manual for the 2020 FIT provides more operational suggestions to enhance the user experience. In addition, the owner’s manual explains all of the features of your vehicle, so you miss out on nothing.
The form of the 2020 Fit is egg-shaped to optimize internal capacity, much like a minivan. Older Fit models featured a simple hatchback shape. The Sport model looks better with black wheels and trim compared to other variants. At the very least, EX-L models receive 16-inch alloy wheels and chrome accents. With its focus on the driver and its colorful instruments, the cockpit has held up well over time. The infotainment system’s touchscreen is prominently displayed, and the buttons and knobs are arranged according to logical principles. There aren’t any issues.
- Height: 60 in
- Length: 161.4 in
- Width: 67 in
- Curb weight: 2644 lbs
Engine type: Regular Unleaded I-4, 1.5 L
Fuel tank: 10.6 g
2020 HONDA FIT Price
The 2020 HONDA FIT and its trim levels are available to be sold at the following rates:
- LX: $16,190 or €14706
- Sport: $17,600 or €15987
- EX: $19,060 or €17313
- EX-L: $20,620 or €18730
Engine and Power
With front-wheel drive, the Fit has a 1.5-liter inline-4 that produces 130 horsepower and 114 pounds of torque. With that, the Fit can go from zero to 60 miles per hour in approximately 10 seconds, which isn’t very quick, but it’s more than enough for city driving. All models have a 6-speed manual gearbox, but the EX-L comes standard with a CVT. Compared to traditional belt-driven gearboxes, the CVT offers superior performance and better gas efficiency.
Trim levels for the Honda Fit, which range in price from roughly $17,000 to $22,000, include LX, Sport, EX, and EX-L models. Standard equipment on LX versions consists of a six-speed manual gearbox, power windows, a 5.0-inch touchscreen audio display, Bluetooth, and USB audio connectivity. Automatic emergency braking is an add-on service. There are several reasons why we’d recommend starting with the Sport model: It has racy black wheels and a unique interior design, a larger touchscreen that includes Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, and the ability to activate active safety features when using an automatic transmission.