Honda Fit Review 2019

You won’t be able to guess just by looking at it, but this small beauty is unstoppable on the road. Its lively sporty personality, dynamic riding, highly praised space efficiency, and the user-friendly tech are the main reasons for such popularity. It is loved and praised both by the professional reviewers and car owners. The Honda Fit has managed to stay on the “Car and Driver top 10 Best Cars” list for a whopping seven years in a row. And currently Honda Fit sits at the top of the “Best Subcompact Cars” list, the “Best Small Cars” list and it is also named the Best Hatchback of the year. Moreover, you might also find the Fit listed as a winner in the “2019 Best Subcompact Car for the Money” and last year it was voted the best car for teenagers. So, let’s look closely at this winning wonder.

List of Pros

  • Luxury room cabin
  • Highly adaptable cargo space
  • Superb tech features
  • Upscale safety aids
  • Exceptional fuel economy
  • Intuitive infotainment
  • Compact size
  • Particularly delightful to drive in a buzzy city

List of Cons

  • Automatic transition gets noisy on highways
  • Available only as a hatchback
  • Insufficient rear seat head space

Honda Fit Overview

Honda Fit

This is what makes Honda so popular – extremely comfortable, well equipped and highly safe vehicles with a very acceptable price tag. All of it will be handed to you beautifully packed into a stunningly tiny Honda Fit. This vehicle with its impressively small size will surprise you with a rather roomy cabin, seamless handling and an abundance of advanced tech and safety features. The Fit is a great vehicle, ranking high above the competition, it combines top-notch quality and affordability.

These 2019 Fit hatchbacks are the best ride for a crowded city and a speedy highway – the performance is smooth and powerful. Additionally, Honda has really brought it this year around technology-wise: both the driver aid and the safety tech are spectacular. Really, it’s a lot of cutting-edge tech for that price tag.

The 2019 Honda Fit comes in 4 trim levels,  there were just a few changes added to Fit this year, like the automatic high-beam headlights or a color replacement, but hands down, Honda adding its Sensing suite to all of the trim models above the base is the best news.


The 2019 Fit vehicle is the redesigned 3rd-generation Fit that was presented just last year. The exterior design is now more modern and sleek, moving away from a small minivan sort of look to more sporty design, complemented by the rooftop spoiler. Color-wise you can have your pick between eight beautiful options and the Sport trim design can be boosted with beautiful black wheels.


The Fit cabin is a mystery, its mind boggling how such a small car offers such a comfortable interior and what’s even more perplexing is the abundance of cargo space. This magical availability of space was achieved with easily foldable smart seats that allow for heaps of extra cargo space and with moving the fuel tank underneath the seats. The interior is made with hard plastics and high-quality soft-touch materials.

Interior - Honda Fit


All of the Fit trims have 1.5-liter 4-cylinder engine generating 130 hp, that makes excellent power. You’ll appreciate the maneuvering that can be achieved with a car this size inside the city lines and it won’t feel light on the highways. Furthermore, if you go for the trims with AT you can expect the highest fuel economy ratings – 33 mpg in the city traffic and 40 on highways, though, the ride will get a bit noisier.


The base trim is equipped with a 5-inch display screen, four speakers, a rearview camera, Bluetooth, and a USB port. All of the trims above the base get the upgraded infotainment system with a 7-inch touch screen, smartphone integration, and the Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, Pandora compatibility, HondaLink (for additional smartphone integration), and six speakers. There is also an abundance of optional features that can be additionally added.


A base-level LX will cost around 17K, and you can significantly boost the safety by opting for the Honda Sensing for just 1K more. Fit Sport price reaches 18 395 and the EX goes for 19 000. The top-grade EX-L spills just over 21 K.


The Fit is a five-seater, a comfortable one. There is enough leg and headroom in the front and back. The back seats are highly adjustable and can be folded to give you enough room to transport a bike. Standardly, the seats are covered with cloth upholstery though, as always, the upscale leather upgrade is available. There are two complete sets of LATCH connectors in the back.

Climate Control System

The cc are within reach and are easy to adjust; you won’t have any trouble setting a comfortable temperature in a car this size.

Infotainment System

Honda is really stepping up its game standard features-wise. Hence, Fit  2019 is offering even more driver aid and safety features as a standard package on all of the trims above the base, including, but not limited to, the highly praised Honda Sensing. Of course, you’ll be able to effortlessly integrate your smartphone.

Storage and Space

The Fit offers an exceptional amount of cargo space for a vehicle this size. And it is always a huge surprise for those test-driving the Honda Fit for the first time. The superbly smart design allows to boost the cargo space by folding the rear seats: folded down they immediately increase the cargo space form the standard 16.6 to a whopping 52.7.


Honda Fit Review

The cabin is roomy, easy to get in and out. It is versatile. The CC is easily adjusted to set the preferred temperature and the seats offer great lumbar support.

Seat comfort

Just go for a test drive – you’ll notice right away Honda has spent a lot of time on the seating comfort level. The seats are wide, firm and supportive. And with more than enough leg room, they offer comfort even on the longest of trips.

Ride comfort

Overall, a very comfortable ride, though on high speeds the cabin will be a bit noisy.


The ride quality is pleasant and doesn’t feel busy, hence, the long trips on the road won’t become uncomfortable and spoil the trip.

Safety & Reliability

NHTSA gave the Fit its highest mark: 5 out of 5 stars.

Should I Buy the Honda Fit?


How Much Does it cost?

16 190 USD – 21 520 USD