2013 Honda Fit Overview
What’s New for the 2013 Honda Fit
There are no new changes for the 2013 Honda Fit, with the exception of an all-new all-electric version, which is discussed in a separate overview.
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2013 Honda Fit Exterior
Honda brings a whole lot of spunk to the subcompact class with the 2013 Honda Fit. This hatchback has a whole lot of character thanks to its jaunty stance and stub nose, making it a top choice for people looking for a car that’s fuel efficient, versatile, and fun to drive.
2013 Honda Fit Performance
A 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine powers every 2013 Fit, putting out a peppy 117 horsepower and 106 lb-ft of torque. A five-speed manual transmission comes standard, with an optional five-speed automatic available, which includes shift paddles on the steering wheel for manual control with the Fit Sport model.
2013 Honda Fit Efficiency
According to the EPA, fuel economy is rated at an estimated 29 mpg combined with the manual and 31 for the automatic.
2013 Honda Fit Interior
Though the material quality isn’t the greatest, Fit’s cabin is still stylishly designed with comfortable seating all around. The rear seat has plenty of room for multiple adult passengers, while also providing a 60/40-split “Magic” rear seat—it’s seat bottom flips up to create an opening that allows tall items to fit into the small car with ease.
2013 Honda Fit Safety
Government crash tests found the Fit worthy of four out of a possible five stars for overall crashworthiness. Standard safety features for the 2013 Honda Fit include antilock brakes, stability and traction control, front side airbags, side curtain airbags, and active head restraints.
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