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2016 Honda Fit Goes on Sale Tomorrow, July 1st

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The 2016 Honda Fit

The 2016 Honda Fit

After a strong showing last year, the third-generation Honda Fit is back with a new model that’s hitting dealerships nationwide tomorrow, July 1, 2015. The 2016 Honda Fit will carry a starting manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $15,790, not including an $820 destination charge.

The midrange 2016 Honda Fit EX with a continuously variable transmission will start at $18,500, while the top-of-the-line 2016 Honda Fit EX-L with a CVT and navigation system will carry an MSRP of $21,065.

The interior of the new Fit, which goes on sale tomorrow

The interior of the new Fit, which goes on sale tomorrow

Related info: 2015 Honda Fit Model Overview 

All of those prices represent a $140 increase over the cost of a 2015 Honda Fit, and the modest price increase represents the fact that there doesn’t appear to be much new for the 2016 model. However, Honda is confident that the sales success and positive critical reception that the 2015 Fit enjoyed will propel sales of the largely unchanged 2016 model.

“The new Fit has been a tremendous hit with buyers seeking a fun, practical and stylish transportation solution,” said Senior Vice President and General Manager of Honda Jeff Conrad. “It’s a satisfying car for a wide variety of needs and lifestyles.”

The 2016 Honda Fit carries over its predecessor’s best-in-class passenger and cargo space and 41 mpg highway fuel economy, provided by the car’s standard Earth Dreams Technology direct-injection 1.5-liter DOHC i-VTEC four-cylinder engine.

Below is a full breakdown of the various 2016 Honda Fit trims, including price and fuel efficiency ratings:

2016 Honda Fit price

Related info: Local and National Honda Sales Incentives

  • schnapster

    So basically more money for a car with less technology than its competitors? I don’t see Carplay or Android Auto. Sad Honda, sad. You have gone from innovator to the trailer. I shall call you the “caboose” of car makers.