2017 Honda Fit Now Sold For $15,990

Aug 25, 2016 07:30 AM EDT | Mariechris Felipe

The 2017 Honda fit is already out in the US market and can be yours for $15,990. This is the third generation of Honda's 5-door subcompact hatchback as it celebrates its 10-year presence in the United States.

The 2017 Honda fit will be equipped with 1.5-liter engine 4-cylinder with a DOHC cylinder head 130 HP114 lb-ft (154 Nm) of peak torque at 4,600rpm with fuel economy figures of 33/40/36 mpg for the LX and 32/37/34 mpg for the EX, working together with a 6-speed manual transmission or with a continuously variable VTC. It will also have a timing control which makes it the first Honda subcompact model car to ever use such a system. 

Sporty exterior design emphasizes the aggressive front bumper and sloping shape of the bonnet and the windscreen. It also has the addition of new items such as the LED brake lights and newly design wheels that surely complements eight bright body color options that are available for selection.

The 2017 Honda fit interior will be the same as its predecessor complere with heated leather seats with the addition of high-tech installs to the car such as the HandsFreeLink central storage console, smart entry push button, a 7" touchscreen display on the dashboard with next-gen Audio that will surely impress.  

Safety has also been a priority of Honda and therefore upgraded 2017 Honda Fit's safety features to have a vehicle stability assistance that includes brake assist, airbags on the front and on the side curtain, rollover sensors and electronic brake force distribution. Honda's new and advanced compatibility engineering on its body structure will also make sure that the 2017 Honda fit is safer than ever. 

Sales are expected to be high for the 2017 Honda fit as it is one of the most affordable yet high performing car in the market. 

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