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Positioned one step above the base Fit LX, it promises, well, a sportier look.It comes with restyled front and rear bumpers, side skirts, foglights, an orange-highlighted splitter, glossy black 16-inch wheels, an orange-trimmed diffuser, and a chrome-tipped exhaust.
It bundles lane keep assist, adaptive cruise control, collision mitigating braking, forward collision warning, lane departure warning, and road departure warning together into a safety package that’s as good, if not better, than what you can get from some luxury brands.
Under the skin, Honda’s engineers went to work upgrading the suspension, steering, chassis bracing, and sound deadening to make driving its least expensive car a more refined experience.
The difference isn’t night and day, but you definitely hear less engine noise.
Altogether, it’s a package that delivers on its promise to make the Fit look sportier.
And with an MSRP of only ,375 for the manual version, it’s easy to justify the upgrade over the ,065 Fit LX.