The refreshed subcompact hatchback that launches this month and brings with it an aggressive style, a new Sport trim, and class-leading available safety features.
The 2018 Honda Fit is the third generation Fit, and this is the first year the Fit’s received an update since the launch of the 2015 model. Like its predecessors, the 2018 Fit remains refined, practical, fuel-efficient and affordable, so what’s different about the Honda Fit? Let’s get started.
The 2018 Honda Fit has a two-piece chrome and piano black grille, integrated headlights that blend into the edges of the upper fascia to create a more aggressive look; its front bumper gets some new chrome accents, a full-width splitter, and angular fog lights; and, it’s newly styled taillights complete the Fit’s refined looking exterior. Plus, with the addition of two new vibrant colors—Helios Yellow Pearl and Orange Fury—Fit drivers have a rainbow of colors to choose from.
New for 2018 is the hotly anticipated Sport trim. As the name implies the Sport trim lends the 2018 Honda Fit a sporty, more aggressive look with aero form features at the front, sides, and rear. Plus, it features a low and sharp front splitter with a bright orange highlight. Exclusive to the Sport is a black finish on its 16-inch alloy wheels. To finish off the Sport look is a rear three-strake diffuser with a bright orange upper trim line, along with a chrome exhaust finish and yes, a beautiful Sport badge.
What’s sporty, efficient, and safe? The 2018 Honda Fit. Now with available Honda Sensing technology this popular hatchback is safer than ever. Honda Sensing comes standard on EX trims and above, but is available on the LX and Sport trims. Honda Sensing includes adaptive cruise control, collision mitigation brake braking system, lane keeping assist system, lane departure warning, road departure mitigation, road departure warning.
When you want a vehicle that’s vibrant and versatile, you want the Honda Fit. Step aside wannabes, the real deal is here. Head to Dublin Honda for more information and to test drive the refreshed 2018 Honda Fit.
Until next time–have fun and drive safely!