As you can see from the pictures, Honda has not made drastic changes to the Honda Fit 2018. This is a mid-cycle update, not a complete overhaul, after all. Instead, he took an excellent car and upgraded it incrementally.
Now in its third generation, the Honda Fit 2018 has thrown it on a stuffed style and a small minivan for a lower and leaner design with a more muscular and chiseled shape. At the front, its headlights and windshields are modern and aerodynamic, while their spoiler on the roof and complex rear lights give it a certain sporting attitude. The EX and EX-L models are equipped with fog lights, aluminum wheels and additional chrome on the grille and lifting lever, while the new Sport model adds flair to sports cars with black wheels, front spoiler more aggressive, a rear diffuser, orange stripes and a chrome exhaust top.
Also new for 2018 is a large 7-inch touch screen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility. It is standard on Fit Sport, EX and EX-L fittings. Honda has also replaced the exasperating volume buttons of the audio system by a conventional button, which is much easier to use. Navigation is available.
The powertrain is what it used to be: all additions use the same 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine that still makes 130 hp at 6,600 rpm and 114 lb-ft of torque at 4,600 rpm. A six-speed manual transmission and a CVT automatic transmission with pallets are available.
To calm the interior, a thicker glass was added, as well as a thicker soundproofing material on the underside and the firewall. And to reduce vibration, the support of the manual transmission and the torque rod have been reinforced. Honda says the changes add less than 10 pounds to the weight at the height of Honda Fit 2018.