2018 Honda Fit for sale in Hattiesburg, MS
If you’re looking to hop into the roomiest sub-compact of 2018, make sure you come check out this roomy subcompact Honda Fit at Vardaman Honda. This Honda Fit offers massive space in a small frame. Of course, there’s plenty of other fun to be had here as well. So, if you’re ready to ride off in one of the hottest cars of the year, be sure to give this 2018 Honda Fit review a close look.
What’s Different About the Honda Fit in 2018?
Overall, this car keeps the same features that made the Honda Fit great over the past few years. And really, this is hands down the best mode of thinking, right? If something’s not broken, then there’s no need to fix it.
But of course, Honda did manage to sneak in a few subtle, albeit clever, improvements to make this the best subcompact on the roads. For starters, there’s some added safety features in the mix. Now, you’ll get access to adaptive cruise control, forward collision warning, automatic emergency braking, and lane keeping assists. So, if you’re looking to drive safely and efficiently, these are the changes that will do just that.
Honda also tweaked the suspension for some better handling. You’ll also gain access to Android Auto and Apple CarPlay this time around—perfect for connecting your smartphone. And best of all, you can now buy a sport trim with some spunky cosmetic appeal. Really, if it’s personality you want, then the Sport trim’s packing the chrome and vibrant colors for you!
Get Ready to Save at the Pump
As you’d expect, the 2018 Honda Fit includes a pretty impressive engine. The 1.5-liter I4 motor pushes 130 horsepower and 114 lb-ft of torque. You’ll also get a manual transmission here. Overall, it’s all that’s really needed to get this subcompact where it’s going.
But here’s where the Fit excels over the rest. This cool little hatchback receives an EPA estimated 33 mpg for city driving and 40 mpg highways. Seriously, where else will you find a car of this size packing so much fuel efficiency? When it comes to navigating big cities affordably, the Honda Fit’s mpg is unrivaled.
The Honda Fit received its name for a reason. Simply put, it’s pretty hard to find items that don’t fit inside this spacy hatchback.
Let’s start with the backseat. Your passengers receive 39.3 inches of legroom. That’s enough to comfortably fit any rider over six feet tall.
And while your passengers’ comfort is good and all, this package becomes even better. When no one is riding in the back, it’s time to get use out of the magic seat. As the name implies, it works like magic. You can fold the seat up to fit any tall items in your hatchback. Or, if you need more space for larger cargo, flatten the seat. This alone gives you 53 cubic feet of space! That’s unheard of in subcompact! Just imagine everything that will fit here. Groceries, lawn tools, work tools, ladders, furniture—the list goes on. In fact, it’s hard to believe that all this cargo space sits in a fun-sized hatchback that parallel parks and navigates tight alleys with the best!
For more Fit fun, you’ll also get Bluetooth connectivity. There’s also a USB port to ensure your phone’s battery remains topped off. And of course, there’s also that 7-inch infotainment for added convenience.
You’re Riding Safely in the 2018 Honda Fit
Alongside offering a copious amount of space, the 2018 Honda Fit also offers some of the best safety out there. Sure, you get plenty of cool safety tech such as a rearview camera and lane keeping assists. But the real achievement here includes the NHTSA rating of 5/5 for overall safety**.
Want a 2018 Honda Fit for Yourself?
If you’re ready to drive a fuel-efficient, spacious, and safe subcompact, be sure to check out the 2018 Honda Fit and Vardaman Honda.
*All vehicle mileage based on 2016 EPA mileage estimates. Use for comparison purposes only. Do not compare to models before 2008. Your actual mileage will vary, depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle.
**NHTSA 5-Star Ratings Government 5-Star Safety Ratings are part of the U.S. Department of Transportation’s New Car Assessment Program (www.safercar.gov). Model tested with standard side airbags (SAB).