03 Jul Check out the 2015 Honda Fit Trim Options
You have already decided that the safety, contours, and fuel efficiency of the 2015 Honda Fit are exactly what you need in a new vehicle. Congratulations! Excellent choice. But which trim is the trim for you? The LX, the EX, the EX-L? This article will guide you in the right direction based on the features provided each one.
The LX is the base trim for the Honda Fit, which is surprsing considering the electronic capacities, which include a four-speaker stereo with USB/iPod compatibility, Bluetooth/ phone audio streaming, and steering wheel audio controls. The LX also boasts the highest EPA of the trims: the CVT mileage range is 33/41/36 city, highway, and combined, respectively.** The LX starts at $16,300.
This trim gets two more speakers than the LX, more stereo wattage, and a second USB port. The display also grows from the LX’s five inch to a seven inch touch screen display with a higher resolution. The EX also gets Honda’s LaneWatch system, an added safety feature that allows for blind spot monitoring. This model lands between $18,00-$19,000.
Added to all the extra features of the EX, the EX-L has a faster navigation system than either the EX or the LX and more neat features such as a moonroof, heated leather seats, and a keyless entry system. One can expect to pay around $21,500.
Each of the trims for the 2015 Honda Fit is the perfect match for someone based on their needs and desires- which one is for you? Check out each one of them with this guide in mind at your local Honda of Adventura today!
*Based on 2016 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions and other factors.