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Rankings & Awards

The 2015 Honda Fit ranking is based on its score within the 2015 Subcompact Cars category. Currently the Honda Fit has a score of 8.4 out of 10 which is based on our evaluation of 28 pieces of research and data elements using various sources.

8.4

Overall

Scorecard

Critics' Rating: 9.5
Performance: 7.8
Interior: 8.7
Total Cost of Ownership: 9.2
Safety: 9.5
Reliability:
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2015 Honda Fit Review

The 2015 Honda Fit offers nimble handling, strong safety scores, and a highly versatile cabin. It ranks high in the subcompact car class.

Pros & Cons

  • Versatile cabin
  • Plenty of rear-seat and cargo space
  • Comfy, composed ride
  • Great fuel economy
  • Complicated available touch-screen system

2015 Honda Fit Overview

Is the 2015 Honda Fit a Good Used Car?

The 2015 Honda Fit is a very good car. It earns high praise for its upscale and roomy interior, excellent ride quality, and stellar fuel economy. The Fit’s second-row Magic Seat can fold up to give you 47 inches of floor-to-ceiling storage space. Fold the Magic Seat down and lower the front passenger seat, and you can carry long items up to 7.5 feet. The Fit also checks several boxes for those shopping on a budget, delivering an excellent combination of quality and value.

Why You Can Trust Us

We do not base our used car rankings and reviews on our personal opinions. Instead, we collect information like safety and reliability reports, total cost of ownership estimates, and the views of the automotive press. We analyzed 28 professional evaluations for this 2015 Honda Fit review to help you make an informed buying decision.

Our experienced team of writers, editors, and analysts has been ranking and reviewing the best cars, trucks, crossovers, and SUVs since 2007. We remain unbiased by refusing pricey gifts and trips from auto manufacturers, and employing an independent agency to manage the advertising on our site.

How Much Is the 2015 Honda Fit?

Our site has about 330 listings for the 2015 Honda Fit, and prices range from around $11,000 to $16,100. The average price is about $14,000. Prices vary depending on the vehicle's condition, mileage, features, and location.

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How Much Does the 2015 Honda Fit Cost to Own?

Estimated five-year costs for gas, insurance, maintenance, and repairs for the 2015 Honda Fit are $20,293. That’s well below-average for a subcompact car.

Is It Better to Buy a Used or New Fit?

Honda redesigned the Fit for 2015 and has made relatively few changes since. Still, before buying a used 2015 model, take a look at the new 2019 Fit. It comes with a revamped suspension for improved handling, and it offers some available safety features you won’t find on the 2015 Fit, such as adaptive cruise control, forward collision warning, and a collision mitigation system. Both the 2015 and 2019 Fit are solid vehicles. The 2019 Fit starts at $16,190. If that’s in your budget, the additional safety features make it an appealing option.

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If the 2019 Fit’s price is out of reach but you still want a new car, have a look at the 2018 Kia Rio. With prices starting around $13,900, you’ll find plenty of new Rios that fall within a used Fit’s price range. Among the Rio’s many perks are its nimble handling and user-friendly infotainment system with available Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

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Which Model Year of the Honda Fit Is Best?

The fully redesigned 2015 Fit launched the hatchback’s third generation, which continues through the 2019 model year. All Fit models from this generation are solid vehicles, but you may want to consider spending more for a 2018. Although the Fit received no major updates for 2016 or 2017, Honda retuned the Fit’s suspension for 2018, resulting in sharper handling. The Fit also gained a number of available safety features, including adaptive cruise control, forward collision warning, and a collision mitigation braking system. If sharper handling and safety options are enough to open your wallet a little more, go for the 2018 Fit.

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How Reliable Is the 2015 Honda Fit?

J.D. Power gives the 2015 Honda Fit a reliability rating of three out of five. That is about average for the industry, but many rivals in the compact SUV class earn a higher rating.

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2015 Honda Fit Recalls

As of this writing, the 2015 Honda Fit has four open recalls. An improper rear grab rail bracket may puncture side air bags during inflation, making them ineffective. Another addresses a transmission software flaw that can lead to a loss of power. The final two concern possible damage to the plug top ignition coil and an incorrect A-pillar cover that could prevent the side air bag from inflating properly. Make sure these recall repairs have been performed before buying a 2015 Fit.

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Which Used Honda Fit Is Right for Me?

The 2015 Honda Fit comes in three trims: LX, EX, and EX-L. All three are good choices. The standard LX trim offers a good number of features for a base model. It features a multi-angle rearview camera, four-speaker audio system, Bluetooth, and a USB port. The EX adds Honda LaneWatch, push button start, six-speaker audio system with 7-inch infotainment system, and Pandora compatibility, among other features.

The top trim EX-L is our recommendation, if it’s in your budget. In addition to everything mentioned above, it adds leather upholstery, heated front seats, and smartphone integration capabilities.

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Certified Pre-Owned Honda Fit Warranty

You may want to consider a certified pre-owned vehicle for the added benefits and coverage it comes with. According to our analysis, Honda has an excellent CPO program.

Honda offers a certified pre-owned program for vehicles six years old or less, and with fewer than 80,000 miles. Eligibility is determined by the vehicle’s initial sale’s date. Honda extends its original new-car limited powertrain warranty to seven years or 100,000 miles for all certified pre-owned models, and it extends the new-car non-powertrain warranty to four years or 48,000 miles. If the CPO Honda you purchase is more than four years old or has over 48,000 miles, you’ll receive a one-year/12,000-mile non-powertrain limited warranty. Honda CPO vehicles must pass a 182-point inspection. Additional benefits like towing and roadside assistance may be available, so read Honda’s warranty page carefully.

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How Safe Is the Fit?

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety named the Honda Fit a 2015 Top Safety Pick, which is the agency’s second-highest honor. The 2015 Fit also earned the highest score of Good in four of five crashworthiness categories, and it received the second-highest score of Acceptable in the small overlap front test. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration gave the Fit an overall safety rating of five out of five stars. It received five stars in frontal and side crash tests, as well as four stars in the rollover test.

A multi-angle rearview camera comes standard in the Fit, and Honda LaneWatch is available. LaneWatch is a passenger-side blind spot monitoring system that's activated when the right-turn signal is engaged.

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2015 Honda Fit Versus the Competition

Which Is Better: 2015 Honda Fit or 2015 Ford Fiesta?

The 2015 Ford Fiesta falls short of the Fit in many areas. It has limited cargo space, cramped rear seats, and an awful reliability rating. The Fiesta’s one advantage is engine power. It has an available turbocharged engine that lays down an impressive 197 horsepower. These two vehicles also share a few things in common. Both offer similar features, including smartphone integration, a rearview camera, and heated front seats. However, both cars also have confusing infotainment systems. Overall, the Fit is the better choice.

Which Is Better: 2015 Honda Fit or 2015 Nissan Versa?

The Honda Fit outclasses the 2015 Nissan Versa. You get more standard features with the Fit, as well as a larger maximum cargo capacity by nearly 20 cubic feet. The Versa is sparsely equipped – even power door locks and power windows aren’t standard. However, the Versa offers many of the same available features as the Fit, such as navigation and smartphone integration. Neither the Fit nor the Versa are speed demons, but the Fit has more punch and accelerates quicker on the highway. Stick with the Honda.

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2015 Fit Performance

How Does the 2015 Honda Fit Drive?

The 2015 Honda Fit offers more power than many subcompact cars, but its engine can be loud. Steering requires little effort, and the car feels planted through turns. The Fit’s ride is also comfortable, both on long stretches of highway and over rough pavement.

The 2015 Honda Fit comes with a 130-horsepower, four-cylinder engine. A six-speed manual transmission comes standard, and a continuously variable transmission (CVT) is available. The Fit is a little slow off the line, but it’s still quicker than most subcompact cars. The standard manual transmission is fun to shift, and the CVT is generally smooth and responsive.

Does the 2015 Honda Fit Get Good Gas Mileage?

The 2015 Honda Fit with its CVT gets 33/40 mpg city/highway, which is superb for the class. With the six-speed manual transmission, fuel economy drops to 29/36 mpg city/highway.

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2015 Fit Interior

How Many People Does the 2015 Fit Seat?

The 2015 Honda Fit seats five people. Cloth upholstery comes standard; leather upholstery and heated front seats are available. The Fit’s front seats are spacious and comfortable. The rear seats have an exceptional amount of legroom for a subcompact car, and they even beat some compact SUVs in terms of space.

How Many Car Seats Fit in the 2015 Honda Fit?

For installing child safety seats, there are two complete sets of LATCH connectors on the rear outboard seats and an upper-tether anchor in the middle seat. The tethers are easy to find and use, but the lower anchors are blocked by the seat-belt buckles.

2015 Honda Fit Features

The 2015 Fit comes standard with a multi-angle rearview camera, a 5-inch display, a four-speaker sound system, Bluetooth, and a USB port. Available features include a moonroof, navigation, a 7-inch touch screen, HondaLink smartphone integration, and a six-speaker sound system.

The touch screen eliminates almost all physical audio buttons, leaving a clear and uncluttered dashboard. However, simple tasks are complicated with this setup, and the system's menus are not intuitive.

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2015 Honda Fit Dimensions

Honda Fit Cargo Space

The Fit’s greatest attribute is its cargo versatility. With all seats upright, there's 16.6 cubic feet of cargo space. Fold the second row flat for 52.7 cubic feet of space. The Fit’s second-row Magic Seat can fold upright, allowing for 47 inches of floor-to-ceiling storage space behind the front seats. Fold the rear seats down and collapse the front-passenger seat, and you’ll have enough space to store items that are just over 7.5 feet long.

2015 Fit Length and Weight

The 2015 Honda Fit is 13.3-feet long. Its curb weight ranges from 2,513 to 2,642 pounds.

Where Was the 2015 Honda Fit Built?

The 2015 Honda Fit was manufactured in Mexico.

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