Honda got it right when they first release the Honda Fit a few year ago and since then, they have given the Honda Fit a new facelift but all of them with minor and insignificant. If Honda continues to play it safe, we are afraid that their customers will actually start losing interest in the Honda Fit.
While Honda is still trying to convince us that they did give the 2017 model a makeover, most of us seem to be having some difficulties spotting the changes that they made on the 2017 model.
We know that the base model will now come with a set of LED brake lights along with some other new features like an auto on-off headlights, Bluetooth connection, and HandsFreeLink.
Features like the Smart Entry Push Button Start, 7inch touchscreen display audio, heated leather seat and more will be offered as optional features. Under the hood of the base model is a 1.5 liter 4 cylinder petrol engine that will be mated to a CVT and will be offering about 130hp. Customers will also be offered a manual transmission option.
The 2017 Honda Fit base model will now retail for $15,990.