2017 Honda Fit vs 2017 Nissan Versa Note
Driving a quick, maneuverable, and highly functional compact hatchback is fun, but there seems to be so many out on the market right now. Answering which model is right for you can be a difficult task, but we may be able to help you find the answer today. Look to our 2017 Honda Fit vs 2017 Nissan Versa Note comparison to see what these popular compact hatchbacks have to offer.
For this specific comparison, we will be looking at the top trim levels for both of these compact hatchbacks. For the 2017 Honda Fit, the top-level trim is the EX-L trim, and for the 2017 Nissan Versa Note, the top-level trim is the SL trim. Learn which one is better in terms of performance, features, and usability with the chart and information below, or click the link right here to see the Indy Honda inventory of new Honda Fit models right here in Indianapolis.
|2017 Honda Fit EX-L||VS||2017 Nissan Versa Note SL|
|Standard||Leather Seats||Not Available|
|Standard||Power Moonroof||Not Available|
|52.7 Cubic-Feet||Maximum Cargo Volume||38.3 Cubic-Feet|
How do the 2017 Honda Fit EX-L features compare to the competition?
Power and performance are often overlooked when it comes to compact hatchbacks, but they really shouldn’t be. You still want that power to give you that get up and go whether you are taking off from a stop light or trying to get on the highway, and in this department the Honda Fit EX-L delivers. Not only does it provide 21 more horsepower, but it also outperforms the Versa Note SL in torque too by 7 pound-feet. This makes for a total of 114 pound-feet of torque offered by the Fit EX-L.
The Fit EX-L, being a top level trim, provides top-level luxury with features like a leather interior, power moonroof, telescoping steering column, and automatic headlights all standard. None of these features are standard or even available on the Versa Note SL even though it is also a top-level trim model.
Finally, we get to perhaps the most important number, and the biggest difference between these two models. When you buy a compact hatchback, you still want to be able to use it to haul cargo when needed. Whether you end up moving or even if you need a lot of groceries, it will come in handy. This is where the Versa Note SL falls short. It can only provide you with 38.3 cubic-feet of cargo room whereas the Fit EX-L can give you an impressive 52.7 cubic-feet of cargo room. Which one would you rather take to the store?
If you think the Honda Fit is the right compact hatchback for you, and you live in the Indianapolis area, then you should check out the Indy Honda inventory. We have a huge inventory of Honda vehicles including many Honda Fit options. We routinely have all the trim levels in stock including the Fit EX-L. Check it out for yourself.