The Fit LX starts at $17,065 (including an $875 destination charge) and is equipped with keyless entry, automatic headlights, LED taillights, 15-inch wheels, a rear-view camera, leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift-knob, hill-start assist and a 5.0-inch LCD screen. The seats are, unsurprisingly, cloth.
The Honda Sensing safety system is available for $1,000, and it’s well worth the cost of entry. It includes automatic emergency braking with front collision warning, adaptive cruise control, lane keep assist, lane departure warning and a 4.2-inch driver display to provide the virtual warnings – some of these features, like adaptive cruise control, are extremely rare on a vehicle this affordable. But there is a catch – Honda Sensing is only available with the $800 CVT gearbox. So really, plan on spending $1,800 to get the safest Fit LX.