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2014 Honda Fit Prices and Deals in California

2014 Honda Fit Pricing

Honda Fit Model Summary

The subcompact Fit four-door hatchback offers easy cabin access and very good visibility. It has an amazing amount of interior room and various seat-folding arrangements. While the Fit is not overly powerful, it feels responsive, with a smooth willing engine, and agile handling. Fuel economy is an excellent 33 mpg overall for the manual and 30 mpg for the automatic. Although the ride is a bit choppy, it is supple enough. Prominent road noise is a drawback. An electric version is available in limited numbers, but only for lease. It has a range of about 82 miles, and retains nearly all of the regular Fit's attributes. We can no longer recommend the Fit because it scored a poor in the IIHS small-overlap crash test. An all-new model will arrive later in 2014.

Price Range

$15,425 - $36,625 MSRP Price range
$15,023 - $19,253 Invoice price range

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Honda Fit Prices

Trim Lines MSRP Price Invoice Price
Fit $15,425 - $19,790 $15,023 - $19,253
5dr HB Man $15,425 $15,023
5dr HB Auto $16,225 $15,798
5dr HB Man Sport $17,160 $16,704
5dr HB Auto Sport $18,010 $17,528
5dr HB Auto Sport w/Navi $19,790 $19,253

Honda Fit Specs

Body styles 4-door hatchback
Drive wheels Front
Seating 2 front, 3 rear
Engines available 1.5-liter 4 (117 hp), 1.5-liter 4 electric (123 hp)
Transmissions available 1-speed direct, 5-speed automatic, 5-speed manual
Warranty Basic: 3/36, Powertrain: 5 year/ 60,000 mile

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