Fit Comparison

2015 Honda Fit vs. Chevrolet Sonic, Hyundai Accent, Nissan Versa Note



A seven time Car and Drive 10Best Car winner, the Fit's most recent refresh offers a new platform, new engine and transmissions, and a new look. All combine to firmly situate the 2015 Fit at the top of its class.

2015 Fit vs. 2015 Sonic Hatchback LTZ Automatic
Fit's top advantages include:

Significantly Higher EPA Fuel Economy Ratings
The 2015 Fit has a 5-mpg city rating advantage, a 1-mpg highway rating advantage, and a 4-mpg combined rating advantage over the 2015 Chevrolet Sonic Hatchback LTZ with automatic transmission. 

Significantly More Rear-Seat Legroom
Fit has 4.7 inch more rear-seat legroom, providing greater comfort for rear-seat passengers.

Significantly Higher Residual Values
Automotive Lease Guide (ALG) estimates that the 2015 Fit EX-L will retain 54% of its initial value after 36 months and 40% after 60 months vs. 46% and 33% for the 2015 Chevrolet Sonic Hatchback LTZ with automatic transmission. 

2015 IIHS Top Safety Pick Status
The 2015 Fit EX-L is a 2015 Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) TOP SAFETY PICK having earned an ACCEPTABLE rating on the tough IIHS small overlap front crash test. The 2015 Chevrolet Sonic Hatchback was able to achieve only a MARGINAL result on the test.

2015 Fit vs. 2015 Accent Sport 5-Door
Fit's top advantages include:

Significantly Higher EPA Fuel Economy Ratings
Fit has a 5-mpg city rating advantage and a 4-mpg combined rating advantage over the 2015 Hyundai Accent Sport. 

Significantly More Rear-Seat Legroom
Fit has a full 6 inches more rear-seat legroom, providing greater comfort for rear-seat passengers.

Significantly Higher Residual Values
Automotive Lease Guide (ALG) estimates that the 2015 Fit EX-L will retain 54% of its initial value after 36 months and 40% after 60 months vs. 47% and 33% for the 2015 Hyundai Accent Sport 5-Door.

More Amenities
Popular features like leather-trimmed seats, front heated seats, and a rearview camera are standard on Fit EX-L, but not available on the 2015 Hyundai Accent 5-Door. A power moonroof is also standard on Fit, but a $900 extra-cost option on the Accent Sport 5-Door. In addition, the Accent Sport offers nothing comparable to Fit EX-L's standard Honda LaneWatch.

2015 Fit vs. 2015 Versa Note SL
Fit's top advantages include:

Sportier Driving Dynamics
The 2015 Honda Fit EX-L's 1.5-liter engine produces 21 more horsepower and 7 more lb-ft of torque than the 2015 Nissan Versa Note's 1.6-liter engine to provide significantly quicker acceleration when merging into traffic or passing. In addition, paddle shifters - for a more engaging driving experience - are standard on Fit, but not available on Versa Note.

More Amenities
Popular features like power moonroof, Hill Start Assist, and leather-trimmed seats are standard on Fit EX-L, but not available on the 2015 Hyundai Accent 5-Door. In addition, Versa Note offers nothing comparable to Fit EX-L's standard Honda LaneWatch.

Cargo Capacity
The 2015 Fit EX-L has 52.7 cubic feet of cargo volume. The 2015 Nissan Versa Note has only 38.3 cubic feet of cargo volume - a difference in cargo capacity roughly equivalent to a small refrigerator!

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