2016 Honda Fit
The 2016 Honda Fit trim levels offered in LX, EX, EX-L and EX-L Navi. The Honda Fit LX come with auto headlights, cruise control, power driver’s seat, 15″ wheels, a tilt and telescopic steering wheel, full power accessories, a reversing camera, Bluetooth and phone audio connectivity, five inches display screen and quarter speaker audio system with CD player, an audio auxiliary jack and an iPod / USB audio interface.
2016 Honda Fit Features
The 2016 Honda Fit EX models add 16-inch wheels alloy, a sunroof, keyless ignition and entry, a 7-inch touch screen interface, Honda Lane Watch blind-spot monitor and a six-speaker audio system speakers with Pandora functionality, Integration of smartphone application (Honda Link) and HDMI input. Would you like the 2016 Honda Fit EX-L gets you heated mirrors, leather upholstery and heated front seats, while the EX-L Navi adds, predictably, made a navigation system with voice recognition as well as HD and satellite radio level.
2016 Honda Fit Interior
The Honda Fit design of the cabin of the old Fit was lacking in terms of quality of materials and the overall look and feel of different buttons and switches. Shortly before competitors like the Accent or Fiesta. The Fit in 2016 but made a great leap inward, draw a more modern and updated and Civic Honda Accord. It is also more space than ever before. The expansive amount of space in the rear seats – there is more legroom than in the agreement – means comfortable seating for two large adults and / or easy mounting of child seats.
On the top panel has the Fit new smartphones facilities. Honda Link works through the 7-inch touch screen to make the voice control, and a variety of research, audio and social media functions. It also allows the car touchscreen to open and operate a navigation application. A stream with a new Apple iPhone, it offers a browsing experience on the dashboard, trim at a much lower price, but with less functionality than the built-in upper navigation system on the EX-L. Overall, the menu a bit heavy design system and enjoy the touch sensitive volume control and the processes for busy used for setting presets, but the answers are fast and we appreciate the functionality of drag and pinch touchscreen. Android phones are currently compatible with Honda Link, although Honda claims that this will change soon.
What continues to the interior of the Fit apart, however, is the thoughtful 60:40 “Magic” rear seat. Flip the seat creates a space from floor to ceiling, the narrow large items that can not fit in such a small car otherwise accommodate. The Fit is a good choice for those who have large dogs or outdoor sports clothing; two bicycles side by side are, in the back seat, for example. Fold the two rear seats is a flat load floor and 52.7 cubic feet of cargo space, almost as much as a couple of small crossovers. The front passenger seat folds flat and fit to carry items to accommodate nearly 8 feet long.
2016 Honda Fit Engine
The Honda Fit equiped with 4-cylinder 1.5L 130 hp and 114 lb-ft of torque. A six-speed manual transmission is standard on LX and EX models, while an automatic continuously variable transmission (CVT) is optional. The EX-L models are only available with the CVT. In testing, Honda Accord EX-L Navi ran from zero to 60 mph in 8.8 seconds, that’s fast enough for the sub-compact segment.
Equipped with the manual transmission, the Fit an EPA-estimated 32 mpg combined versa (29 city / 37 highway). CVT-equipped models offer 35 mpg combined (32 city / highway 38), except for the entry-level LX. At 36 mpg combined (33 city / highway 41), it gives the best fuel economy in the area.
2016 Honda Fit Safety
In Insurance Institute for Highway Safety tests, the Fit highest score achieved “good” for the security in the event of a frontal collision moderate overlap offset. In the frontal offset test small recovery, the original Fit a second worst result of earned “marginal”. Honda subsequently redesigned front bumper of the fit, however, and new tests IIHS result improved “acceptable” rating. Honda says owner fits will be built before the change provide an opportunity to their vehicles be freely modified by the new bumper. In all other tests the IIHS for side impact protection, roof strength, seat belts and head restraints received the Fit has a score of “Good”.
The Government also examines the new Fit collision. Here the Fit received a five-star rating for overall security, with five stars for overall frontal crash protection and five stars for comprehensive protection against side impact. On the test track, a 2016 Honda Accord EX-L Navi came to a halt from 60 mph in 127 feet; about 5 feet above the average for this class.