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Last Updated: January 17, 2020

Steady Demand: Dealerships moved a consistent number of models in 2019 compared to 2018. The sales-leading Nissan Versa outsold the Fit by 88 percent last year.

Competitive Prices: When equipped with an automatic transmission, the Fit’s base price of $16,990 is just below the average for the subcompact car class. Likewise, the price for a top-trim model starts at $21,520, which is about $2,200 below the class average for similarly-equipped rivals. Consider buying a model with a manual transmission to save up to an additional $800.

Time to Buy: Now is a great time to buy the Fit, especially considering its flatlining sales. It’s the top-ranked car in the subcompact class and it packs a lot 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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