Friday, June 5, 2015

HONDA FIT E X 2 0 1 5

The 2015 Honda Fit is the third era of Honda's adaptable 5-entryway subcompact hatchback. we like to keep our long haul armada loaded with forefront sheetmetal. So when it came time to locate another subcompact, we arrived on the cutting edge looking 2015 Honda Fit. It's all admissions and triangles, sharp edges and profound wrinkles. The headlights are six-sided, however those aren't hexagons, old buddy those are deviated robot eyes. 

That said, the cutting edge feel doesn't totally stretch out into our new long-termer's inside. You generally need to make bargains on the alternative sheet. With the 

Fit, it was a decision of satellite radio with route, the most recent and most prominent HondaLink systems and a CVT   or a six-pace manual transmission. Obviously, we took the manual. Plus, we all have cellphones to get to maps/directions bearings, and a USB port comes standard. This did mean our alabaster-silver Fit EX rang in at a low-low cost of $18,205. So there's that

The 2015 model year begins a third generation for the hatchback. The only engine option is a new 1.5-liter four-cylinder, making just 130 hp and 114 lb-ft of torque. You’ll get a good look at the future, all right it will be passing by very slowly. We took our Fit to the track and could only muster a 9.0-second sprint to 60 mph and a quarter-mile time of 16.8 seconds at 83.5 mph. It does, however, get 37 mpg on the highwayThe Fit wears MacPherson struts in front while a torsion-beam setup holds things down in back. It comes rolling on a set of 16-inch all-season Bridgestone tires, which were good for a 42-mph run through the slalom and 0.73-g result on the skidpad. Those numbers are about what we expect for a car with these tires, size and output.

The EX trim that we ended up with while missing some high-tech highlights does still come with a generous selection of standard modern features, including a 7-inch touchscreen radio, push-button start, steering wheel-mounted controls, a moonroof and Honda’s slick Lane- Watch feature that we liked so much on our long-term Accord. LaneWatch puts a wide-angle camera in the passenger mirror and transmits the view to the display screen when the turn signal is on, nearly eliminating the blind spot.

This Fit has more interior room than the last model, which was already relatively spacious. Most materials are soft touch, and all the important controls seem to be within reach. Sight lines are great with the extra glass in front of the side mirrors.

It is a safety little hachback, with all the cutting edge components to keep you secured like vehicle solidness help, electronic brake appropriation and brake assit , which backs the Fit off quicker amid a frenzy stop. The auto additionally got 

a five-star general vehicle score from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and was an Insurance Institute for Highway Safety top safe car pick. 

At the point when the Fit went to the U.S. in 2006 as a 2007 model, the subcompact business wasn't almost as swarmed as it is today. Still, it was likely our most loved in a little class. Presently there are about twelve little brings forth doing combating for predominance on our shores.

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