2015 Honda Fit Review: The Swiss Army Knife of Cars
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Already the benchmark subcompact in terms of passenger and cargo space and
innovative features, occupant safety for the 2015 Honda Fit is further
enhanced through the next-generation Advanced Compatibility Engineering™
(ACE™) body structure. The next-generation ACE™ body structure improves
frontal crash energy management through a wider range of offset and oblique
collision modes. In addition, other body reinforcements work in tandem with
the strengthened body structure to better maintain the occupant compartment
volume during frontal collisions by providing additional crash energy
pathways to help mitigate the forces transmitted to the passenger
Key New Safety and Driver-Assistive Features:
In addition to including the next-generation Advanced Compatibility
Engineering™ (ACE™) body-structure, the 2015 Fit features a host of
standard active and passive safety features and includes many standard and
available driver-assistive technologies.
Driver and Front Passenger SmartVent™ Side Airbags
Side Curtain Airbags with Rollover Sensor
Motion-Adaptive Electric Power Steering (EPS) – a feature of VSA
Hill Start Assist
Expanded View Driver's Mirror
Multi-Angle Rearview Camera with Guidelines
Standard safety equipment on all 2015 Honda and Acura models includes the
next-generation of Honda's ACE™ body structure, Vehicle Stability
Assist™ (VSA®) with traction control; an Anti-lock Braking System (ABS);
side curtain airbags (some vehicles equipped with a rollover sensor as
well); dual-stage, multiple-threshold front airbags; and front side
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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 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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Join me as I take a deep dive into the 2015 Honda Fit. Honda's subcompact
has been completely redesigned for the 2015 model year bringing a new
engine, transmission, interior and infotainment to one of the best values
in the segment.
Up front the Fit's new nose is better integrated with the rest of the Honda
family and out back the LED tail lamps and broad "hips" are reminiscent of
the Volvo C30.
The new 1.5L EarthDreams four cylinder engine and a Continuously Variable
Transmission team up to deliver fuel economy that rivals most hybrids and
acceleration times near the top of the pack.
Overall the Fit is one of the best cars I have driven this year and one of
the best values as well. If the Versa Note, Sonic, Fiesta or Rio5 are on
your shopping list, you'd do well to check out the Fit before making any
2015 Honda Fit Review - Kelley Blue Book
Honda has proven with the Fit that an entry-level economy car doesn't need
to be devoid of personality, especially when it comes to design, features
and being fun-to-drive. Join KBB’s Micah Muzio as he determines if the
third-generation Fit carries on this tradition.
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Regular Car Reviews: 2007 Honda Fit
This is RCR's car. The first-generation Honda Fit was produced when Honda
was coasting though senior year because he earned three A's in the first
semester. Now it's March and he's getting lots of C's. So what if the car
leaks rainwater? I'm HONDA! I'm terrific! The guidance councilor pulled
Honda aside and told him "you better get your rear in gear (guidance
councilor's say this IRL) or you can say goodbye to Bucknell University!"
The second generation Fits are better. They don't leak. Honda never
officially admitted that the first gen-fits have horrible leakage.
Dealerships have paper trails of service records showing new 1st-gen fits
coming back with rainwater leakage problems caused by poor silent and
in-door plastic rain barriers coming loose. Honda remains silent on this
I filmed this with the Brian Jessel Autohaus crew, trackless dolly and
glidecam was supplied by them.
Felix Yuen's Honda Fit, bagged with K20A swap fully built.
Cameras used: Canon 60d, Canon HFS100
Music: Anotsu - Man on the run