The Honda Fit is by no means one of the longest-running Honda models, but it also isn’t exactly new anymore. It has been more than 10 years since the Fit first launched with its 2007 model year. The North American version of the 2020 Honda Fit is in its third generation, which did not start all that long ago.
As the Honda Fit moves into the new decade, it brings with it a modest compliment of engine power, storage space, interior technology, and safety equipment. If you are looking at the 2020 Honda Fit as your next vehicle, you should know just how well-equipped it is, and if there is anything it lacks that you cannot go without. Review the chart below to get informed about the highest trim level, the 2020 Honda Fit EX-L, including available features.
Engine & Performance
Safety & Comfort
Entertainment & Convenience
|1.5L I4 Engine||Blind Spot and Lane Departure Warning Systems||6-Speaker, 180-Watt Sound System|
|128 Horsepower||Turn Signal Mirrors||USB Audio Input|
|113 lb-ft of Torque||Pre- and Post-Collision Safety System||Speed-Sensitive Volume Control|
|Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT)||Front Fog/Driving Lights||Satellite Radio|
The engine may not sound like it is incredibly powerful, but the small, light hatchback can take more full advantage of the horsepower that bulkier, heavier cars cannot. The impressive thing about this compact vehicle is how much safety technology it can have. When equipped with all possible safety equipment, even the 2020 Honda Fit EX-L can compare with midsize sedans and SUVs and their safety equipment. Remembering the budget-friendly price point makes the 2020 Honda Fit feel like that much more worth it.
If having a good sound system is essential in a car for you, make sure to get the higher trim levels. Having six speakers in a compact body like the Fit and backing them up with a 180-watt amplifier means powerful, comprehensive sound.