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Fresh and Furious Fit Offers Stylish Look

With updated styling that includes a new Sport trim package, the 2018 Honda Fit is now available at Chapman Honda for inspection and a test drive. The popular compact commuter vehicle now offers two new dynamic color choices, Helios Yellow and Orange Fury. With four different trim packages available starting at $16,190, the Honda Fit is a budget-conscious choice that still delivers a fun driving experience.

Sport Adds Extra Dose of Styling

If you’re looking for a car that gets great gas mileage and doesn’t skimp on the eye candy, the 2018 Honda Fit Sport trim package is an excellent choice. With an aggressive front spoiler and rear diffuser supplying the book ends to this new addition to the Fit lineup, Honda has delivered a vehicle that puts the “fun” back into fundamental transportation. Orange pinstriping, aluminum alloy wheels and a chrome exhaust tip all add to the sporty styling of this model. Check inside and you’ll find an all-black interior highlighted by orange contrast stitching.

Standard Honda Sensing on EX and Above

Choose the EX or EX-L trim levels and you’ll get the Honda Sensing Suite of driver assistance features as standard equipment. This suite of technology, available as an option on lower priced trim packages, includes adaptive cruise control, collision mitigating braking, forward collision warning, road departure mitigation, lane keeping assist and lane departure warning. Although you can get a detailed explanation of how this all works when you visit Chapman Honda, suffice it to say that a combination of radar sensors and cameras alert you to an impending collision and is some cases take control of your vehicle to avoid that collision.

Driving Dynamics Retuned for 2018

Even though the Honda Fit doesn’t come with a superpowered V8, the 130 horsepower 4-cylinder VTEC engine has more than enough pop to deliver some driving thrills. The 2018 Honda Fit suspension has been retuned with new suspension dampers, more rigid steering and a body that’s been reinforced to reduce body roll when you take a corner a little too aggressively. Honda has also paid particular attention to solving the problem of road noise in the 2018 Fit, with more insulation and acoustic-laminated glass.

Get Hybrid Numbers Without the Cost

If you’ve been pondering buying an electrified vehicle but are turned off by the high initial price tag, the Honda Fit has come to the rescue. The Fit LX with the CVT transmission is rate at 40 mpg on the highway and has a combined rating of 36 mpg. That may not be quite as high as some hybrids, but it certainly gives you something to think about when it’s time to buy your next new car.

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