At $16,910, the more equipped Fit Sport gets upgrades like a color matched ground effects kit with rear spoiler, ten spoke alloys measuring 16 inches in diameter and a chrome finish for the exhaust. All automatic transmission equipped Sport’s get paddle shifters, while the top of the line Fit Sport with Navigation adds a GPS, it forgoes the manual option altogether. Steering wheel mounted buttons to control everything from the stereo to the telephone, as well as the Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation System with voice recognition and the Bluetooth Hands FreeLink for $19,540.
The Honda Fit is a Kelly Blue Book Best Resale Value Award winner, for a subcompact, the J. D. Power and Associates Highest Ranked Subcompact in Initial Quality, a Residual Value Award winner for Best Subcompact Car from ALG as well as a Car and Driver 10 Best for being an affordable, fun to drive small car with plenty of room for five.
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