Updated 2018 Honda Fit Now On Sale From $16,190 MSRP

Honda’s restyled 2018 Fit is arriving at dealerships today, boasting a new look, updated tech, more safety features and a starting price of just over $16,000.

The updated and even more connected Fit also adds a new Sport trim to go with the two new exterior colors, dubbed Helios Yellow and Orange Fury.

Looking at the new Sport model, you’ll notice the more aggressive front spoiler and rear diffuser, as well as the bright orange pin-striping, 16″ gloss-black alloys, chrome exhaust finisher and side sill garnishes. Inside, it’s got a black interior with orange contrast stitching.

The 2018 Fit also gets the Honda Sensing suite of advanced safety and driver assistance features, which is standard on EX trim versions and above. The suite includes Adaptive Cruise Control, Collision Mitigation Braking System, Forward Collision Warning, Lane Keeping Assist System and Road Departure Mitigation with Lane Departure Warning.

Also new is the 7″ touchscreen display with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, which is standard on Fit Sport, EX and EX-L trims.

Powering the 2018 Fit is a 1.5-liter 4-cylinder i-VTEC engine, good for 130 HP (132 PS) and up to 114 lb-ft (154 Nm) of torque. The power unit works in conjunction with the re-tuned suspension, upgraded steering and additional body reinforcements.


  • Obsequious Lickspittle

    Why does a car looking like that even try to pass itself off as “sport”?

    • Wayne Alan Carr Heyes

      Sport is just a spec now, it doesnt even stand for “sport”

  • Wayne Alan Carr Heyes

    they have got rid of the magic seats! why HONDA why!

    • Dustin

      It still has Magic Seats.

      • Wayne Alan Carr Heyes

        were ???

  • Socarboy

    Memo to Honda…”offer a 2nd interior choice” other than BLACK like light gray or beige to broaden the appeal of this car.

  • SteersUright

    This care should’ve gotten at least 150hp in 2017. Its a do everything sort of vehicle, and being painfully or even dangerously slow is totally unnecessary for something this light.

  • Trackhacker

    I hate this new Honda trend with removing CD players off every car in there lineup. Looks like I won’t be buying a Honda ever again.

    • Kenneth

      It’s not a “new Honda trend”- many, if not most, manufacturers have been deleting the CD player in their newest models (I’ve noticed Subaru still offers it). It’s fast becoming obsolete technology.