2019 Honda Fit Review
Since it was first introduced to the US in 2006, the versatile Honda Fit has had plenty to offer families and commuters—especially those who regularly travel through Miami, Doral, and Hialeah. This hatchback has always been known for its cargo space and efficiency, and it’s been given quite a few tech upgrades and cosmetic tweaks over the years. But what’s 2019 looking like for the Honda Fit?
Though it’s still very early in the game, a lot of drivers are curious as to what the 2019 Honda Fit will have to offer. Little is known right now, but check out this review and preview of the possible exterior and interior changes, miles per gallon, cargo space, and all of the other things you’ve come to love about previous Honda Fit models.
In 2018, the Fit received a redesign in terms of exterior and interior styling. For 2019, however, the Fit likely won’t see any major changes in appearance, so we can expect to enjoy the same upgrades from 2018 for a little while longer: the recently added Sport trim, the bold 16-inch alloy wheel choices in all trims but the LX, updated grilles, rich leather in the EX-L, and a more streamlined silhouette.
2019 Honda Fit MPG and Performance
With quite an improvement over previous generations, the current Fit can see up to an EPA-estimated 33 MPG in the city and 40 MPG on the highway1, depending on configuration and trim level—and the same impressive numbers should be carrying over into 2019 as well.
It is also likely that the same four-cylinder engine found in the 2018 Honda Fit will end up in its future incarnation. Capable of putting out up to 130 horsepower, it has come a long way from the 109-horsepower engine found in first-generation models.
Honda Fit Cargo Space
Although the Honda Fit is a relatively small vehicle, it certainly doesn’t feel small on the inside—and the 2019 Fit won’t, either. With the current model, you get 38 inches of front headroom, 41.4 inches of front legroom, 37.6 inches of rear headroom, and 39.3 inches of legroom. That’s more than enough to keep everyone comfortable on longer drives, with taller passengers in particular able to appreciate the Fit’s spacious feel.
But it’s the Honda Fit’s cargo space that really allows it to be so versatile. With all seats up, you get 16.6 cubic feet of cargo space. With rear seats flattened, increase that number to 52.7 cubic feet—perfect for moving furniture, transporting equipment, stowing bikes, and so much more.
Learn More at Braman Honda in Miami
We hope this 2019 Honda Fit review has been helpful. Of course, our team at Braman Honda in Miami will keep you updated on any need-to-know features and changes once more information becomes available. In the meantime, we would encourage drivers in the Miami, Doral, and Hialeah areas to periodically check our site to stay informed.
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1 Based on 2018 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions and other factors.