2015 Honda Fit Pricing, EPA Ratings Announced
Get ready to get Fit! No, we’re not talking about your abandoned New Year’s Resolution to cut the calories and get in the gym four days a week (hey, you remember that?). We’re talking about the impending release of the 2015 Honda Fit, which is scheduled to being arriving at dealerships across the country within the next two weeks. If you haven’t already been counting down the days until you could try one out for yourself, Honda is ready to give you even more incentive by officially announcing 2015 Honda Fit pricing.
Of course, these price points may seem familiar to those of you who were on-board two weeks ago when tlxforums.com user ChrisAP1 leaked the (now proven accurate) numbers. 2015 Honda Fit pricing will only slightly increase from the 2013 model, which means that it will still be among the most affordable vehicles in its class.
What we have learned is the 2015 Fit’s EPA-estimated fuel ratings, which range from 29 mpg city/37 mpg highway/32 mpg combined for the LX trim with a six-speed manual transmission to 33 mpg city/41 mpg highway/36 mpg combined for the LX with CVT.
All 2015 Honda Fits come equipped with an all-new 1.5-liter engine that generates 130 horsepower and 114 lb-ft of torque.
“I’m thrilled that we’ve been able to greatly enhance and add to the Fit’s already excellent attributes to provide Honda customers with class-above features and refinement at such a value price point,” said Jeff Conrad, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Honda. “The 2015 Fit is practical, roomy, efficient, affordable and perhaps best of all, great fun to drive.”
For complete pricing, see the table below. Also below, go for a drive in the 2015 Fit with a man who help design it, Assistant Project Leader, Yoshinori Nakimura.
|TRIM||MSRP1||EPA Fuel Economy Ratings4
|Fit LX 6MT||$15,525||29/37/32|
|Fit LX CVT||$16,325||33/41/36|
|Fit EX 6MT||$17,435||29/37/32|
|Fit EX CVT||$18,235||32/38/35|
|Fit EX-L CVT||$19,800||32/38/35|
|Fit EX-L CVT with Navigation||$20,800||32/38/35|
Frank Ancona Honda is celebrating its 50 year anniversary in Olathe, Kansas this year. The dealership, originally founded in Northeast Kansas City, started out with multiple motorcycle stores until Frank Ancona relocated it to Olathe in June 18, 1986 and changed the name to Frank Ancona Honda. During that time, the dealership was an Olathe destination – surrounded by farmland and a small population. Now, the bustling Olathe-area has a population of more than 125,000, is the fourth largest city in the Kansas City metro and has tons of commerce surrounding the dealership. Michael, Frank’s son, who grew up with five sisters, assumed leadership of Frank Ancona Honda after working with his father since the age of 12 on miscellaneous projects such as clean up, parts deployment, service runner and sales. The money he earned during the summers with his dad paid for his way through KU.