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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 8.9 out of 10 which is based on our evaluation of 28 pieces of research and data elements using various sources.

8.9

Overall

Scorecard

Critics' Rating: 9.5
Performance: 7.8
Interior: 8.7
Total Cost of Ownership: 9.5
Safety: 9.4
Reliability:
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2015 Honda Fit Review

The highly ranked 2015 Honda Fit offers the nimble handling and good fuel economy of a small car, as well as cargo-hauling abilities that put some compact SUVs to shame. 

Pros & Cons

  • Comfy, composed ride
  • Large cargo capacity
  • Roomy back seat
  • Great fuel economy
  • Touch screen can be confusing

2015 Honda Fit Overview

Is the 2015 Honda Fit a Good Used Car?

The Honda Fit is a very good car. It earns high marks for its upscale and roomy interior, excellent ride quality, and good safety scores. It checks most boxes for those shopping on a budget, which is why we named it our 2015 Best Subcompact Car for the Money and 2015 Best Hatchback for the Money.

Used 2015 Honda Fit Performance and Interior

The Fit comes with a 130-horsepower four-cylinder engine and a six-speed manual transmission. A continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) is available. The engine hustles the pint-sized hatchback around with sufficient pep, and the manual transmission is precise. The Fit's CVT is more responsive than other CVTs.

With the manual transmission, the Fit gets 29 mpg in the city and 36 mpg on the highway. With the CVT, it gets 33/40 mpg city/highway, which is excellent for the class.

The Fit feels planted to the road and delivers superior ride quality across all surfaces. Steering is responsive, and there is minimal body lean around corners.

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The 2015 Honda Fit seats five on standard cloth upholstery. 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 even beat some compact SUVs in this regard.

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.

The Fit comes standard with a 5-inch display, a multi-angle rearview camera, 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, without quick-access buttons, simple tasks are complicated, and the system's menus are not intuitive.

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 cubes.

The Fit’s second-row Magic Seat can fold upright, allowing for 47 inches of floor-to-ceiling storage space behind the front seats. The front-passenger seat also folds flat. When combined with the fold-flat rear seat, items over 7.5 feet long can be stored inside.

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Used 2015 Honda Fit Prices

The price of a 2015 Honda Fit ranges from about $12,320 for a base LX model to around $15,700 for a top-of-the-line EX-L model. Prices will vary based on the vehicle's condition and mileage and may shift with demand. The price of a 2015 Honda Fit ranges from about $12,320 for a base LX model to around $15,700 for a top-of-the-line EX-L model. Prices will vary based on the vehicle's condition and mileage and may shift with demand. 

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We Did the Research for You: 24 Reviews Analyzed

With so many options to choose from, it can be hard to choose the right used car. To help with your research, we've analyzed 24 Honda Fit reviews, along with fuel economy estimates, safety and reliability scores, and much more.

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How Reliable Is the 2015 Honda Fit?

The 2015 Honda Fit has an above-average predicted reliability score of four out of five, according to J.D. Power and Associates. 

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How Safe Is the Fit?

The 2015 Honda Fit received the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety's highest score of Good in four of five crashworthiness categories. It received the second-highest score of Acceptable in the small overlap front test and was an IIHS 2015 Top Safety Pick. It received an overall safety rating of five out of five stars from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. It also received five stars in frontal and side crash tests and four stars in rollover tests. 

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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Should I Consider AnotherUsed Fit?

The fully redesigned 2015 Honda Fit launched the model's third generation, which also includes the 2016 and 2017 model years. There haven't been any significant updates for the past couple years, so going with the 2015 Fit will you give you an updated car that likely costs less than a more recent model. 

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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. For the best value, go with the EX-L trim. It comes with the best combination of infotainment, comfort, and safety features, including a 7-inch touch screen, smartphone integration capabilities, heated front seats, leather upholstery, and Honda LaneWatch.

For extra peace of mind, consider a certified pre-owned Fit. Honda extends its original new-car limited powertrain warranty to seven years or 100,000 miles for all CPO 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 more than 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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2015 Honda Fit and Other Cars to Consider

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

The Ford Fiesta falls short of the Fit in many areas. It has limited cargo space, cramped rear seats, and an awful predicted reliability rating. However, it does have an available turbocharged engine if you want more power. Both the Fit and the Fiesta's infotainment systems can be confusing to navigate, and both cars get similar gas mileage. The Fit and Fiesta offer similar features, including smartphone integration, a rearview camera, and heated front seats. The Fit is the better car overall, unless performance is your top priority.

Which Is Better: 2015 Honda Fit or 2015 Toyota Yaris?

The Toyota Yaris is a subcompact car with only 15.3 cubic feet of space in the two-door model and 15.6 cubic feet of space in the four-door model. There is plenty of head- and legroom in the rear seats, but the front seats aren't as comfortable as the Fit's. The Yaris' engine is fine for city driving. Its four-speed automatic transmission is outdated and badly hinders performance, but its six-speed automatic is better. The Yaris carries more cons than pros, making the Fit the way to go.

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

The Nissan Versa sedan has just 14.9 cubic feet of trunk space. The Versa hatchback has 18.8 cubic feet with the rear seats in use and 38.3 cubes with them folded, which is less than the Fit's overall capacity. The Versa comes with a short list of standard features; an upgrade is required even for basics like power door locks and power windows. Upgraded models have similar features to the Fit, including navigation and smartphone integration. The Versa's engine does fine around town but struggles getting up to highway and passing speeds. Overall, the Fit beats the Versa in nearly every way.

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