There’s a lot to like about the 2019 Honda Fit. As small economy-minded hatchbacks cars go, it’s engaging to drive around turns and comfortable when you’re just cruising on the highway.
This is especially nice when you consider just how good the Fit is at manoeuvring through tight spots in big cities and how versatile its special configurable rear seats are. The Fit is one of the most efficient vehicles in the class as well. EPA fuel economy estimates for the Fit are as high as 36 mpg combined (33 city/40 highway) with the automatic transmission.
In-car technology is a strong point for the Fit. Last year, Honda added Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity, which helped to address the lack of navigation in the lower trim levels. Safety features on the Fit are impressive, too. If you opt for a base-level LX but upgrade to the automatic transmission, you’ll get forward collision warning with emergency automatic braking, lane departure warning and intervention, and adaptive cruise control. That’s quite a bit of equipment for a relatively low price.
If you’re looking for a relatively inexpensive, high-quality subcompact car, there’s no doubt that the 2019 Honda Fit should be at the top of your list.