What’s new for the 2018 Honda Fit?
The Honda Fit is seeing some big changes for 2018 with a new look, new technology, new features, and even a new trim level. Learn what’s new for the 2018 Honda Fit right here. As the hatchback market heats up, the Honda Fit is showing that it’s still ready to compete.
The first thing you notice that has changed about the Honda Fit for the 2018 model is the exterior. The car is both lower and wider, while the grille design language has changed to be more in line with the rest of the Honda lineup with piano black on chrome. The Fit also adds two new colors to its lineup for 2018 with Helios Yellow and Orange Fury.
New Sport trim level for 2018
The Honda Fit currently has three trim levels with the LX, EX, and EX-L. For the 2018 model, that will change as the new Sport trim will slot in between the LX and EX trim levels. The Sport trim has its own take on exterior styling with an aggressive look that includes a black finish on the alloy wheels, a diffuser in back, special sport badging, and orange accents.
Android Auto and Apple CarPlay
For 2018 the EX and EX-L Fit trims will come with a Display Audio infotainment system that will feature both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay so you can listen to your favorite music or music service right from your favorite smartphone. Navigation is also an available option at the EX-L trim level.
Is Honda Sensing available on the 2018 Fit?
The current Honda Fit doesn’t have the benefits of Honda Sensing, but with the 2018 model things will be changing. On the EX and EX-L trims Honda Sensing will come standard. The LX and Sport trims are not left out as Honda Sensing will be an available option on these trims when also equipped with the CVT option.
With Honda Sensing equipped, the 2018 Fit will be able to take advantage of a long list of safety features including Forward Collision Warning, Lane Departure Warning, Collision Mitigation Braking, Road Departure Mitigation, Lane Keeping Assist System, and more. You will even get to take advantage of Adaptive Cruise Control.