It’s easy to get swept up in the idea of a brand new 2020 model of a car. But did you know that by dialing it back a few years, say two or three, that you can get a higher trim for less than the base of the current model? That’s why if you’re in the market for a Honda Fit, we think you should check out the 2017 model. Let’s see what the 2017 Honda Fit has to offer and if it’s worth investing in a pre-owned vehicle.
Let’s start with the interior. This subcompact hatchback has nothing but room! There’s a grand total of 16.6 cubic feet of cargo space behind the rear seats and 52.7 cubic feet after you fold the seats over. Sure, the cabin is roomy as-is, but there’s even more. Honda’s Magic Seats give passengers in the backseat the option to split and fold the front passenger seat to use as a footrest or a place to stretch their legs — as long as it’s not occupied.
Wondering if you can feel truly safe in an older model? The 2017 Fit is packed with features purely to help keep you safe. Brake assist, a multi-angle rearview camera, and side curtain and front side airbags all work in your favor. Anti-lock braking system (ABS) brakes make certain that your wheels don’t lock up in a pinch. That rearview camera we mentioned earlier also has guidelines to help you stay on track!
No matter which of the three trim models you pick — LX, EX, or EX-L — you’re guaranteed a few things. First, amazing fuel economy. The 2017 ratings were quite impressive. Second, you’ll get a quick and fun ride. The Fit is easy to maneuver and gets you where you need to go in a flash. And finally, you’ll have the most comfortable ride you’ve ever experienced. The Magic Seats on top of an already roomy and comfortable interior just adds icing to the cake.
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Sold on a pre-owned Honda Fit? At David Hobbs Honda, our goal is to help you from start to finish when finding your dream car. Check out the Honda Fit models we have in stock now and join us for a test drive soon!
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