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Last Updated: January 3, 2019

Strong, but declining Demand: The Honda Fit is the third-highest selling subcompact car behind the Ford Fiesta and Nissan Versa. However, 2018 sales for the Fit decreased by 25 percent compared to sales figures from 2017.

Slightly Above-Average 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. The price for the top of the line model comes in at $20,520, which is average for the segment.

Time to Buy: Now is likely a good time to buy the Fit, especially taking into consideration its decreased sales. It is the top ranked car in the subcompact class, so it packs lots of value for its price. If you are looking to buy a Fit, check out the Honda deals page to see how you can save even more money.

2019 Honda Fit Prices

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