If you’ve been eagerly waiting for this Honda subcompact hatchback for the longest time now, then good news for you. Honda Fit 2018 is now available at your favorite dealerships. Some changes include a new Sport trim level plus a few tech upgrades. Base price starts at $17,065, the updated Fit is also now equipped with Honda Sensing for all models and standard for EX and upper trim levels. This cutting-edge safety + driver-assist technology features adaptive cruise control, forward collision alert with automatic braking, and lane keeping assist. ’18 Honda Fit also boasts of an enhanced infotainment system with a 7-inch touchscreen monitor that works for both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
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