2009 Honda Fit will start at $15,220 (USA)
The price includes the $670 destination charge and applies to the base model with a 5-speed manual gearbox mated to a standard for the whole range 117hp, 1.5-liter i-VTEC 4-cylinder engine.
Replacing the manual with a five-speed automatic will increase the 2009 Honda Fit’s price tag to more impressive $16,020, but at the same time will improve its fuel economy rating from 27/33/29 mpg in the city/highway/combined cycles to 28/35/31 mpg respectively.
The most expensive version comes equipped with such standard features as a 6.5-inch display, USB-port and steering-wheel mounted paddle shifters.
All prices include the same $670 destination charge.
The 2009 Honda Fit differs from the previous generation vehicles by its wheelbase stretched by 2 inches and its track, which is also widened by the same 2 inches.
The car may be ordered with either 15-inch standard, or 16-inch optional wheels and sports such standard safety equipment as a Vehicle Stability Assist system; ABS; EBD; active head restraints; dual-stage, dual-threshold front airbags; dual front-side airbags and side-curtain airbags.