2015 Honda Fit Hatchback
Steve takes a healthy look at the all new 3rd Generation Honda Fit. This
in-depth review highlights the Fit's new and improved interior and
exterior, as well as the enhanced driving characteristics of this popular
2015 Honda Fit vs Nissan Versa Note TFL4K Mashup Review: Fun v Frugal
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2015 Honda Fit EX (6-Speed Manual) - WR TV POV Test Drive
Honda’s venerable hatchback sees big changes for 2015. How big? How about
a new platform, new engine and transmissions, and a new look. The new
5-door is 1.6 inches shorter than the outgoing model, but also weighs in at
100 pounds more, due to more substantial use of high-strength steel in its
construction, which provides significantly bolstered chassis rigidity for
added safety and improved handling. Despite its shrinking dimensions, the
Fit’s new platform actually expands on both front and rear passenger
A new suspension design allowed engineers to move the rear seats nearly 5
inches farther away from the front, netting rear legroom that now exceeds
the generous amount offered in the Accord sedan. The tradeoff is a drop in
cargo space, which goes from the 21 cubic feet found in the 2014 model to
17 cubic feet, turning a former segment leader into a mid-pack runner.
Powered by a 1.5-liter, direct injected four cylinder motor making 130 horsepower and 114
lb-ft of torque (increases over 2014 of 13hp and 8 foot-pounds over the
outgoing model) the Fit is capable of hitting 60mph from rest in a fairly
brisk 8.5 seconds. Our tester is fitted with a six-speed manual
transmission, and while we enjoyed rowing our own gears, we did note that
the clutch was less receptive to being hustled than we would have liked.
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