One of the best combinations of technology, safety, and price in the hatchback segment is the Honda Fit. The 2020 Honda Fit meets a new decade with the technology to meet the demands of modern drivers. But all the technology and other features are not standard on every trim level of the vehicle, so how do you know what comes on which trim level?
To get the best of everything, you need to get the highest trim level, which in the case of the 2020 Honda Fit is the EX-L trim. The other three levels are the LX, Sport, and the EX trims. Read the chart below to learn some of the available features you can find on each trim level.
Manual or Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT)
Manual or CVT
1.5L I4 Engine
Audio and Cruise Controls on Steering Wheel (Manual Only)
Blind Spot and Lane Departure Warning System
Turn Signal Mirrors
4-Speaker Sound System
Leather Steering Wheel (Manual Only)
6-Speaker, 180-Watt Sound system
Leather Steering Wheel
Emergency Braking Assist
Adaptive Cruise Control
Multi-Level Heating Driver and Passenger Seats
Trim Level Comparison Analysis
The LX and Sport trims are made for those that love manual transmissions, especially as a hatchback vehicle draws in manual transmission fans. Even at its base trim level, the LX is impressive for its price. It brings technology like tire pressure monitoring and dusk sensing headlamps on top of the heated mirrors and transmission options. Every step up brings the Fit closer to feeling like a larger sedan or SUV.
Other Features Available on the 2020 Honda Fit EX-L
Front Fog/Driving Lights
Pre- and Post-Collision Safety System
Steering Wheel-mounted Transmission, Cruise, and Audio Controls