2020 Honda Fit

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2020 MODEL
$16,190 - $20,620
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2020 Honda Fit Complete In-depth Review & Buying Guide

Updated on: June 11, 2020
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A practical, five-seater, subcompact that is adequately spacious and offers more than decent value for money - no other description fits the Honda Fit better. It is the one car designed for people who treat work and play alike. The 2020 Honda Fit is agile enough to comfortably commute around city spaces and efficient enough to make you want to take the longer route more often.

Besides being a pragmatic ride, the Honda Fit also carries with itself the reliability of Honda cars that is much talked about. Not only has the 2020 Honda fit been competitively priced but it is adequately packed with features that make it a logically rounded package for the present day city dwellers. It may not be multi-pronged but it does what a car its stature should do remarkably well.

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Is the Honda Fit's interior any good?

See detailed review »

Pros

All variants offer decent value for money

Easy-going driving dynamics

Excellent fuel economy

Spacious cabin

Huge boot space

Cons

Cabin quality is unimpressive

Infotainment unit is dated

Lethargic power and performance

What's New?

No noticeable changes for the year 2020


Features

vehicle bio

base price

$16190

bodystyle

Hatchback

passenger capacity

5

engine type

displacement

91 cu.in.

horsepower

128 hp @ 6600 rpm

torque

113 lb.-ft. @ 4600 rpm

transmission

2-speed CVT w/OD

chassis

suspension front

Strut

suspension rear

Torsion Beam

dimensions

wheelbase

99.6 in.

length

161.4 in.

width

67.0 in.

height

60.0 in.

curb weight

2568 lbs.

capacity

passenger volume

95.7 cu ft.

performance

zero to 60 mph

8.6 sec.

standing ¼-mile

16.8 sec.

fuel economy

city/combined/highway

33/36/40 mpg

warranty

basic warranty

3 yr/36,000 mi

powertrain warranty

5 yr/60,000 mi


Pictures & Videos

Exterior
Interior
Videos
2020 Honda Fit Review video

Styles

2020 Honda Fit in Orange Fury color 2020 Honda Fit in Modern Steel Metallic color 2020 Honda Fit in Milano Red color 2020 Honda Fit in Lunar Silver Metallic color
Orange Fury

Vehicle images are guides only and may not reflect the model's exact specifications/features– exact specifications/features should be confirmed with the seller.

Ratings

Features

6.7

Engine And Performance

6.7

Fuel Economy

6.0

Interior

6.0

Exterior

6.0

Safety

7.0

Competition

6.0

Final Verdict

6.5

6.4

OVERALL RATING

Trims and Configurations

MSRP


2020 Honda Fit LX

LX

power
130 hp @ 6600 rpm
fuel
Regular unleaded
mpg
36 combined

$16,190 - $16,990


Style Prices MPG Engine Transmission Drivetrain Seats Colors
LX 4dr Hatchback (1.5L 4cyl 6M) Starting at $16,190 MSRP (33/36/40) 130 hp @ 6600 rpm, 1.5 L, Inline 4, regular unleaded
6 Speed Manual front wheel drive 5
LX 4dr Hatchback (1.5L 4cyl CVT) Starting at $16,990 MSRP (33/36/40) 128 hp @ 6600 rpm, 1.5 L, Inline 4, regular unleaded
1-speed cvt front wheel drive 5

2020 Honda Fit Sport

Sport

power
130 hp @ 6600 rpm
fuel
Regular unleaded
mpg
36 combined

$17,600 - $18,400


Style Prices MPG Engine Transmission Drivetrain Seats Colors
Sport 4dr Hatchback (1.5L 4cyl 6M) Starting at $17,600 MSRP (33/36/40) 130 hp @ 6600 rpm, 1.5 L, Inline 4, regular unleaded
6 Speed Manual front wheel drive 5
Sport 4dr Hatchback (1.5L 4cyl CVT) Starting at $18,400 MSRP (33/36/40) 128 hp @ 6600 rpm, 1.5 L, Inline 4, regular unleaded
1-speed cvt front wheel drive 5

2020 Honda Fit EX

EX

power
128 hp @ 6600 rpm
fuel
Regular unleaded
mpg
36 combined

$19,060


Style Prices MPG Engine Transmission Drivetrain Seats Colors
EX 4dr Hatchback (1.5L 4cyl CVT) Starting at $19,060 MSRP (33/36/40) 128 hp @ 6600 rpm, 1.5 L, Inline 4, regular unleaded
1-speed cvt front wheel drive 5

2020 Honda Fit EX-L

EX-L

power
128 hp @ 6600 rpm
fuel
Regular unleaded
mpg
36 combined

$20,620


Style Prices MPG Engine Transmission Drivetrain Seats Colors
EX-L 4dr Hatchback (1.5L 4cyl CVT) Starting at $20,620 MSRP (33/36/40) 128 hp @ 6600 rpm, 1.5 L, Inline 4, regular unleaded
1-speed cvt front wheel drive 5

Expert Review

6.4

Overall Rating


Though don’t expect it to give you the rush needed to get you through the day, simply because powering this nifty Honda Fit is a thrifty 1.5-liter inline four-cylinder engine that makes just enough power so that you don’t get left behind. However, with slouched performance comes great fuel economy, and that is this Honda’s greatest suit.

What’s not so impressive is the quality of material used on the inside of this Honda. So for the price of a touch over $16,000, the Honda Fit offers a lot more practicality than other hatches like the Toyota Yaris Hatchback and Chevrolet Sonic Hatchback but faces serious competition from Kia’s Rio Hatch.

2020 Honda Fit Hatchback Front View
2020 Honda Fit Hatchback Rear View

6.7/10
Features

 

6.7/10
Engine and Performance

 

6.0/10
Fuel Economy

 

6.0/10
Interior

 

6.0/10
Exterior

 

7.0/10
Safety

 

6.0/10
Competition

 

6.5/10
Final Verdict

 

2020 Honda Fit Features

6.7/10

Since its major redesign in 2018, the Honda Fit carries over with no noticeable changes for the year 2020. Likewise, the 2020 Honda Fit is available in four different trims. The lineup begins with the base LX model, which costs a little over $16,000. For that kind of money, the base Honda Fit features several necessary attributes, like Cruise Control and Hill Start Assist, which makes it a fairly rounded package. The Sport variant adds cosmetic features like stiffer suspension, underbody spoilers and looks outstanding. We shall witness an upgraded version of Honda Fit for the 2021 model year which has been already released in Japan

The mid-level EX trim builds on the features from the base variant to further improve value. At the top of the trim ladder lies the EX-L variant of the Fit, and for a price of $20,620 offers great value for money. With upmarket features like leather seats, leather steering wheel and a power moonroof, the EX-L variant might only be slightly more expensive than the base models of some hatchbacks it goes against but feels a lot more premium.

Trim

LX

Sport

EX

EX-L

MSRP (MT)

$16,190

$17,120

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MSRP (CVT)

$16,990

$17,920

$19,060

$20,620

Key Features ECO Assist system Adds/Upgrades to LX Adds/Upgrades to Sport Adds/Upgrades to EX

 

HandsFreeLink

Apple CarPlay

SiriusXM Radio

Leather seats

 

Cruise control

HondaLink

Honda Sensing

Leather-wrapped steering wheel

 

Hill-start assist

Android Auto

Honda Lane Watch

Heated front seats

 

5-inch LCD screen

Underbody spoilers

One-touch power moonroof with tilt feature

Heated, body-colored power side mirrors

 

4-speaker audio system

7-inch touchscreen

Pandora Compatibility

Smart Entry with Walk-Away auto lock

 

 

6-speaker audio system

1.5-Amp USB Smartphone/Audio interface

 

Which trim to go for?

The Honda Fit is a fun-to-drive, everyday commuter that delivers excellent efficiency with relative performance and comfort. In order to get the best out of your Honda Fit opt for the EX-L variant and get the additional Honda Factory Performance package that adds higher-performance suspension, external body parts, HFP stickers, sports pedals, a titanium shift lever, and blacked-out alloy wheels.

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2020 Honda Fit Engine and Performance

6.7/10

Under the hood of all 2020 Honda Fit models lies a 1.5-liter inline four-cylinder engine that can be mated to either a six-speed manual gearbox or a continuously variable automatic transmission. Rated at 128 hp and 113 lb.-ft. torque for the automatic variants, and 130 hp and 114 lb.-ft. torque for the manual units, the Fit’s four-pot motor feels lively enough to comfortably haul this subcompact around. Though don’t expect it to excite or enthrall you as power delivery isn’t instant or in excess.

2020 Honda Fit Hatchback Has a 1.5-liter I-4 Regular Engine

The six-speed manual unit is standard on the LX and Sport variants but they do offer the option to avail the other CVT unit. On the other hand, the EX and EX-L variants can be had only with the 2-speed CVT with no option to choose the manual gearbox. Regardless of that choice, power from the 1.5-liter four-cylinder is sent only to the front wheels of all Fit models.

Models

Honda Fit Hatchback

Kia Rio Hatchback

Toyota Yaris Hatchback

Chevrolet Sonic Hatchback

MSRP

$16,990

$16,690

$17,750

$19,420

Engine

1.5L Inline-4 

1.6L Inline-4 

1.5L Inline4

1.4L Inline-4 

Drivetrain FWD FWD FWD FWD

Transmission

2-speed CVT w/OD

2-speed CVT w/OD

6-speed automatic w/OD and auto-manual

6-speed automatic w/OD and auto-manual

Power

128hp@6,600rpm

120hp@6,300rpm

106hp@6,000rpm

138hp@4,900rpm

Torque 

113lb-ft@4,600rpm

112lb-ft@4,500rpm

103lb-ft@4,000rpm

148lb-ft@1,850rpm

The Chevrolet Sonic is the heaviest hatch of the lot. Consequently, it also gets the beefiest engine in this lineup. At 138 hp, the Sonic Hatchback’s 1.4-liter engine is the most potent on paper.

How fast is the Honda Fit?

The Honda Fit is most enjoyable with its six-speed manual as it allows you to manipulate power sent to the front wheels. Also, the manually driven Fit makes slightly more power than the ones equipped to the CVT. That automatic unit is more efficiency-minded, and even though shifts are on-point all the time, they are in no way fast.

2020 Honda Fit Hatchback 0-60 MPH in just 8.6 sec

Still, the Honda Fit’s 1.5-liter engine is one of the most potent ones you will find in subcompacts of the same clique. This results from Honda’s i-VTEC and Variable Timing Control technology, which makes for a punchy power delivery high up in the rev band and better efficiency at lower speeds. So the Honda Fit slowly but surely picks up pace to leave other hatches behind.

Model

Honda Fit Hatchback

Kia Rio Hatchback

Toyota Yaris Hatchback

Chevrolet Sonic Hatchback

0-60 MPH

8.6 sec

8.9 sec

10.2 sec

8.5 sec

Quarter Mile

16.8 sec

16.9 sec

17.8 sec

16.4 sec

Top Speed 115 MPH 114 MPH 115 MPH 108 MPH

Engine

1.5L Inline-4 

1.6L Inline-4 

1.5L Inline4

1.4L Inline-4 

The Chevrolet Sonic is the only hatch whose engine makes more power than the one on the Honda Fit. Consequently, it is also the fastest in this lineup. Even the Kia Rio's 1.6-liter four-cylinder shows a lot of zeal. Trailing behind all the hatches is the sluggish 1.5-liter engine of the Toyota Yaris.

What about the braking performance of the Honda Fit?

Braking on the Honda Fit is adequate for such a sedate subcompact. The pedal feels soft and is also easy to operate. However, just like its acceleration, braking on the Honda Fit is never sudden. It's decent for a hatchback this small and we aren't complaining about it either.

2020 Honda Fit Hatchback Front Brake is 10.3 in.

The CVT variants of this Honda feature automated emergency braking which makes those panic braking scenarios feel like a relatively sedate task. In case braking is not your strongest suit, it is adviced that you stick to the CVT.

Model

Honda Fit Hatchback

Kia Rio Hatchback

Toyota Yaris Hatchback

Chevrolet Sonic Hatchback

Brake Rotors Front

10.3"

11.0"

10.2"

10.8"

Brake Rotors Rear

7.9"

8.0"

9.0"

9.0"

Curb Weight

2568 lbs

2762 lbs

2396 lbs

2896 lbs

60-0 MPH

126 ft

119 ft

N/A

124 ft

The Kia Rio hatchback gets the best brakes in this business. It may not be a lightweight, but its brakes do a phenomenal job shedding this hatch’s speed quicker than any other subcompact.

What about its driving dynamics?

Even before you begin to drive the Honda Fit, you can simply judge by its appearance that this Honda is not meant to create menace on the race track or on a drag strip. Nonetheless, Fit’s smaller wheelbase and compact dimensions mean that it is relatively agile. But its standard suspension setup and numb steering don’t deliver the kind of confidence required while diving in and out of curves.

2020 Honda Fit Hatchback Rear View

However, that translates to a competent city cruiser. Despite its smaller size, the Honda Fit absorbs most bumps well. At the same time, the lightly-weighted steering wheel means this Honda remains fairly composed while cruising. While peak mid-range torque ensures minimal shifts in traffic, power higher up on the rev-range makes up for remarkable haul ability at highway speeds.

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How reliable is the 2020 Honda Fit?

2020 Honda Fit Fuel Economy

6.0/10

All inline-fours are pretty fuel-efficient and the Honda Fit is no exception. While its sluggish performance also translates to improved efficiency, Honda’s i-VTEC and Variable Timing Control features allow the Fit to be even thriftier. The only complain for the Fit that we have against it, is it's fuel tank capacity. However, the good gas mileage allows for enough overall driving range.

Model

Honda Fit Hatchback

Kia Rio Hatchback

Toyota Yaris Hatchback

Chevrolet Sonic Hatchback

MPG (City)

33

33

32

26

MPG (Highway)

40

41

40

34

MPG (Combined)

36

36

35

29

Fuel Capacity

10.6 gallons

11.9 gallons

11.6 gallons

12.2 gallons

Range (City/Hwy/Combined)

307/322/381 miles

393/488/428 miles

371/464/406 miles

317/415/353 miles

Emission (Tons/yr of CO2 Emissions @ 15K mi/yr)

5.6

4.9

5.1

6.1

The Kia Rio and the Toyota Yaris hatchback both offer levels of efficiency that is at par with the Honda Fit. The Chevrolet Sonic offers the lowest driving range of this entire lot, owing to its motor which isn't the most fuel-efficient. The Yaris hatch's commendable efficiency somewhat makes up for its unimpressive performance but the Rio's larger tank capacity makes it most efficient.

2020 Honda Fit Interior

6.0/10

For a subcompact, the Honda Fit is incredibly accommodating. But that doesn’t necessarily mean that it is just as comfortable. While roominess is plenty all around and the seats are wide, they lack the kind of support to ensure leisure over longer drives.

2020 Honda Fit Rear Seats

The standard cloth upholstery feels inexpensive, and the rest of the cabin is also lined with thin plastic, which is soft-touch but feels low-cost and bland. Opting for the EX-L variant wraps the seats and steering wheel in leather which makes the Fit’s cabin feel a lot more premium.

Model

Honda Fit Hatchback

Kia Rio Hatchback

Toyota Yaris Hatchback

Chevrolet Sonic Hatchback

Seating Capacity

5

5

5

5

Front Row (Head/Shoulder/Leg) (in)

39.5/54.8/41.4

38.9/54.1/42.1

38.2/53.2/41.9

41.8/53.4/41.8

Rear Row (Head/Shoulder/Leg) (in)

37.5/52.6/39.3

38.0/53.3/33.5

37.2/50.0/33.4

38.1/53.0/34.6

It is the Kia Rio hatch whose first row offers the most legroom. However, as far as roominess all around is concerned, no other subcompact impresses as much as the Honda Fit.

Does it come loaded with tech inside?

Standard on the base Honda Fit is a 5-inch non-touch LCD screen. Moving up the trim ladder, from the Sport variant onwards, will get you a 7-inch touchscreen display, which makes this Honda feel contemporary. The are several features aboard the 2020 Honda Fit.

2020 Honda Fit Hatchback Has a 5-inch non-touch LCD screen

Here is a list of few of the other features on the infotainment system:

  • Multi-angle rearview camera
  • Bluetooth
  • Apple CarPlay
  • Android Auto
  • HondaLink
  • Pandora compatibility
  • SiriusXM radio

What about utility?

Despite a small wheelbase, the Honda Fit manages to free up enough space on the inside to offer exceptional practicality. A lot of which results from the Fit’s oval shape. Besides its spacious trunk, the second-row magic seats can also be configured to maximize storage.

2020 Honda Fit Hatchback Cargo Volume with rear seats up is 16.6 cu ft.

The loading bay for the cargo area is low as well, making life a lot easier for people carrying a lot of luggage. That way this Honda makes up for what it lacks in quality by offering complete ease of access.

Model

Honda Fit Hatchback

Kia Rio Hatchback

Toyota Yaris Hatchback

Chevrolet Sonic Hatchback

Cargo Capacity 

16.6 cu.ft.

17.4 cu.ft.

15.9 cu.ft.

19.0 cu.ft.

The Honda Fit does have an above-average boot space, but it’s not quite as big as what the Chevrolet Sonic hatch or Kia Rio hatch has to offer. It is actually more practical only than its arch-nemesis, the Yaris.

What creature comforts are on offer?

The cabin build quality might not be that upscale on the Honda Fit, but it doesn’t shy away from offering relevant features to improve comfort. These features include:

  • 60/40 split 2nd-row magic seats
  • Eco Assist system
  • Cruise control
  • Multi-reflector halogen headlamps w/ auto on/off
  • Air conditioning
  • 4/6 speaker sound system
  • 5 Amp USB smartphone/audio interface
  • One-touch power moonroof
  • Push-button start
  • Heated front seats

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2020 Honda Fit Hatchback Front Seats
2020 Honda Fit Hatchback Front Seats
2020 Honda Fit Hatchback Dashboard
2020 Honda Fit Hatchback Dashboard
2020 Honda Fit Hatchback Dashboard
2020 Honda Fit Hatchback Dashboard
2020 Honda Fit Hatchback Gear
2020 Honda Fit Hatchback Gear
2020 Honda Fit Hatchback Sun Roof
2020 Honda Fit Hatchback Sun Roof
2020 Honda Fit Hatchback Holder
2020 Honda Fit Hatchback Holder
2020 Honda Fit Hatchback Door Feature
2020 Honda Fit Hatchback Door Feature
2020 Honda Fit Hatchback Rear Seats
2020 Honda Fit Hatchback Rear Seats
2020 Honda Fit Hatchback Engine Button
2020 Honda Fit Hatchback Engine Button

2020 Honda Fit Exterior

6.0/10

The Honda Fit looks nothing like any other subcompact out there. In fact, its shape might have you confused for a minivan. Its overall oval design not only maximizes interior space but also improves aerodynamics for better fuel efficiency. So the Honda Fit may lack form but is plenty functional.

2020 Honda Fit Hatchback Three Quarter View

The front fascia of the Fit is typical Honda. While halogen headlamps surround the chrome strip Honda grille, the hood bulges upwards from the sides to give the Fit a meaner appearance. Along the sides, linear and appealing sculpts add aerodynamic enhancements. At the rear, exaggerated taillights give this Honda a slight appeal.

Model

Honda Fit Hatchback

Kia Rio Hatchback

Toyota Yaris Hatchback

Chevrolet Sonic Hatchback

Curb Weight

2568 lbs

2762 lbs

2396 lbs

2896 lbs

Length

161.4"

160.0"

161.6"

159.8"

Width

67.0"

67.9"

66.7"

68.3"

Height

60.0"

57.1"

58.9"

59.7"

Ground Clearance

N/A

5.5"

5.5"

N/A

Wheelbase

99.6"

101.6"

101.2"

99.4"

The Honda Fit is small even for a subcompact. It has the shortest wheelbase in this segment. Yet it boasts the most spacious cabin and a trunk that offers more storage than most.

What are the most eye-catching features?

The most notable exterior features of the 2020 Honda Fit that will make you look twice are:

  • Halogen headlamps
  • 16-inch black alloy wheels
  • Body-colored power side mirrors
  • Underbody spoilers
  • Chrome exhaust finisher

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2020 Honda Fit Hatchback Three Quarter View 
2020 Honda Fit Hatchback Three Quarter View 
2020 Honda Fit Hatchback Rear View
2020 Honda Fit Hatchback Rear View
2020 Honda Fit Hatchback Side View
2020 Honda Fit Hatchback Side View
2020 Honda Fit Hatchback Fog Lamp
2020 Honda Fit Hatchback Fog Lamp
2020 Honda Fit Hatchback Badge
2020 Honda Fit Hatchback Badge
2020 Honda Fit Hatchback Headlight
2020 Honda Fit Hatchback Headlight
2020 Honda Fit Hatchback Fog Lamp
2020 Honda Fit Hatchback Fog Lamp
2020 Honda Fit Hatchback Badge
2020 Honda Fit Hatchback Badge

2020 Honda Fit Safety

7.0/10

The Honda Fit compromises neither practicality nor safety. It gets enough equipment that redeem it respectable scores from authorities in term of passenger and driver safety. Even the base variant is well equipped with all the essential safety features. The features include:

  • Multi-reflector halogen headlamps with auto on/off
  • Advanced Compatibility Engineering body structure
  • Security system with remote entry
  • Fog lights
  • Auto high-beam headlights
  • Honda Lane Watch

Both IIHS and NHTSA have tested the 2020 Honda Fit and have given it perfect scores in their trials. Clearly, the Fit is very much like all the other Honda cars.

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2020 Honda Fit Competition

6.0/10

Honda Fit Hatchback vs. Kia Rio Hatchback

The Kia Rio Hatchback is an interesting, little subcompact. Now, the Honda Fit might seem like it offers better value for money, but in reality, it’s Rio which turns out to be the better overall package. The Rio Hatchback offers a lot more features than the Honda Fit. Also, it looks and feels a lot more premium than the Fit. To top it all off, it offers the same level of efficiency as that Honda too. The Fit’s only upsides is its more accommodating cabin.

2020 Kia Rio Hatchback

Honda Fit Hatchback vs. Toyota Yaris Hatchback

The Honda Fit is powered by a more potent engine than the one on the Yaris hatch. Still, the Fit offers better efficiency than the same. Then again this Honda is a lot more practical than that Toyota with its bigger boot, cabin and fuel tank. Also for the starting price of the Yaris Hatchback, you can get yourself the Sport variant of the Fit with the CVT, which just tips the odds in favor of the Honda Fit.

2020 Toyota Yaris Hatchback

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2020 Honda Fit Final Verdict

6.5/10

If getting an extremely premium feel from your car as you lock yourself into it isn’t your top priority, there are hardly any other subcompacts on the market that capable of pulling off what the Honda Fit can. The 2020 Fit lives up to the promises of being a reliable everyday commuter, and that is exactly what Honda set off to do with this city-friendly Honda. In that aspect, the Kia Rio is one hard to beat hatch.

2020 Honda Fit FAQs

Will the Honda Fit be discontinued in the U.S.?

Honda has released the 2021 Fit model in some of the Asian and European markets, they are yet to announce the same for the States. The 2021 Honda Fit will be completely new for the coming year with various refinements on design and engine counterparts. 

What is the top speed of 2020 Honda Fit?

The Honda Fit hatchback can get a top speed of 115 miles per hour. 

Is the Honda Fit reliable?

Yes, Just like other Honda cars that are known for their reliable make, the 2020 Honda Fit is a reliable car that comes with reliable warranty cover and lower maintenance costs. 

Does the Honda Fit make noise?

Honda Fit's interior still needs attention to proper insulation. The Fit hatchback makes noise and that can be heard across the cabin. 

What is the difference between Honda Fit and Honda Fit Sport?

Honda Fit Sport comes loaded with sporty equipment such as an underbody spoiler in the front and rear. Similar to the Fit LX model, the Sport comes configures with standard six-speed manual transmission and an optional CVT upgrade. The CVT models of Honda Fit can be installed with a similar Honda Sensing Suite available with the LX. 

Should I buy the 2020 Honda Fit, or Wait for 2021 Honda Fit?

As per several speculations regarding the upcoming model, the 2021 Honda Fit will be a completely revamped model year in terms of design and engine specs. The upcoming Honda Fit has been already pun on sale in the Japanese market and is likely to make itself to the U.S by the 2020 fall. We recommend you to wait for the new Honda Fit hatchback. 

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2020 Honda Fit Overall Reviews


Jeremy T. Burke

Jeremy T. Burke 2020 Honda Fit EX 4dr Hatchback (1.5L 4cyl CVT)

10

User Overall Rating

Posted On: June 8, 2020

More than just a name

Overall Review -

10

Overview Rating

Practical and full of features

10/10

Features

10/10

Interior

10/10

Design

10/10

Safety

10/10

Reliability

10/10

Deal Value

10/10

Dealer Review


Charles B. Johnson

Charles B. Johnson 2020 Honda Fit EX-L 4dr Hatchback (1.5L 4cyl CVT)

8

User Overall Rating

Posted On: June 8, 2020

2020 Honda Fit review

Overall Review -

8

Overview Rating

Such a wonderful piece of machine that could have even better with the quality of materials used.

9/10

Features

7/10

Interior

9/10

Design

9/10

Safety

9/10

Reliability

9/10

Deal Value

7/10

Dealer Review


James.Wheeler

James.Wheeler 2020 Honda Fit Sport 4dr Hatchback (1.5L 4cyl CVT)

8

User Overall Rating

Posted On: June 8, 2020

Fit is ideal for daily use

Overall Review -

8

Overview Rating

Ideal for daily goers and city commuters

8/10

Features

8/10

Interior

8/10

Design

8/10

Safety

7/10

Reliability

8/10

Deal Value

3/10

Dealer Review

Top User Reviews


10

User Overall Rating

"More than just a name"

A no frills hatchback that gets premium cosmetic upgrades straight from the brand. Decent driveability is what gets it going. Impressive space inside and around cargo and lots of useful features for daily driving.
by Jeremy T. Burke

8

User Overall Rating

"2020 Honda Fit review"

Whenever I counted on the miles to empty guage, I've always regretted it. One moment it shows 50 miles and the next thing you know you're desperately looking for a gas station. I think it would have been better not to have it at the first place. Having said that, by no means I'm being ungrateful for the wonderful gas average and other features. If its driving in question, nothing beats the Fit but...
by Charles B. Johnson

8

User Overall Rating

"Fit is ideal for daily use"

I like how easy and practical it proves to be as a daily driver. Doesn't need tons of space to park and does well in traffic. All this with smooth driving dynamics and impressive price tag.
by James.Wheeler