The new Honda fit is a fully electric powered car. The fit has already been a top-selling car for Honda. Its styling performance, size, passenger/ cargo room, and overall value have made have made a long-lasting success. It’s so trim and space efficient and well fit for universal duty as an enjoyable commuter.
Honda is looking to sell more than 100,000 of the new vehicles brands with the highest volume of electric motors. The Honda electric vehicle has 300km (186miles) range is likely not an EPA rated. Even if the real-world range is more like 200-240 km (125-150 miles), at the price of a hybrid, the Honda Fit EV would match the range of the current Nissan LEAF, while undercutting its price by a wide margin.
Under that short, sharply sloped hood is a small but eager 1.5-liter four-cylinder that makes 130 horsepower and 114 pound-feet of torque. The Fit comes standard with a 6-speed manual, with a continuously-variable transmission (CVT) available as an option. Manuals equipped with a 6-speed will manage 29 mpg city, 36 highway, 31 combined, while the CVT will do 33 mpg city, 40 mpg highway, and 36 mpg combined.
Despite being a relatively small car, there is lots of room for tall passengers in both the front and the back, and storage space is impressive. All 2018 Honda Fits get a reversing camera, a USB port, a liftgate spoiler, and a 5.0-inch touchscreen. The Fit Sport, meanwhile, comes with some cosmetic tweaks including several underbody spoilers as well as a 7.0-inch touchscreen with Apple Car Play and Android Auto. Upper trims get paddle shifters for the CVT that include a Sports driving mode. The range-topping EX-L model gets leather-trimmed upholstery as well as heated front seats. A navigation system is optional.
For 2018, hill-start assist and a reversing camera were made standard equipment, and most models come with the Honda Sensing system that includes automatic high beam headlights, adaptive cruise control, lane-departure warnings, active lane control, and forward-collision warnings with automatic emergency braking.