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Last Updated: August 15, 2019

Plummeting Demand: After being one of the top sellers last year, demand has dramatically declined in 2019. Dealerships have moved 28.9% fewer Fit models this year compared to the same span in 2018. The subcompact car sales-leading Nissan Versa is outselling the Fit more than 2 to 1.

Competitive Prices: The Fit’s base price of $16,990 (equipped with an automatic transmission) is a few hundred dollars above the average for its segment. On the other hand, the price for a top-trim model starts at $20,520, which is about $1,000 below the class average for similarly-equipped rivals.

Time to Buy: Now is a great time to buy the Fit, especially considering its weak sales. It’s the top-ranked car in the subcompact class and the winner of our 2019 Best Subcompact Car for the Money award, so it packs lots of value for its price. If you’re looking to buy a Fit, check out the Honda deals page to see how you can save even more money.

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