2015 Honda Fit Pricing Leaked, Starts at $15,525

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2015 Honda Fit Pricing Leaked, Starts at $15,525

Unofficial pricing and packaging information for the 2015 Honda Fit has leaked through an enthusiast forum. 

The 2015 Honda Fit is rumored to start from $15,525 for the LX model equipped with a six-speed manual transmission. No official announcement on the 2015 Honda Fit pricing has been made yet, but if these rumors are to be believed, the 2015 Fit will be competitively priced within the segment.

The CVT-equipped LX model will start at $16,325 while the EX with a six-speed manual will have an MSRP of $17,435. A CVT in that trim level will cost an extra $800. The EX-L will only be available with a CVT and will start from $19,800 while navigation will be available for an extra $1,000.

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Standard features on the LX model include cruise control, power door locks with keyless entry, Bluetooth connectivity, a five-inch screen and rearview camera, LED brake lights and 15-inch steel wheels.

The EX model will come with a power moonroof, Proximity Key entry and ignition, paddle shifters (with CVT), Honda’s “LaneWatch” right-side camera, a seven-inch touch screen, HondaLink , fog lamps, and 16-inch cast aluminum wheels.

The top-of-the-line EX-L model will add leather seats, heated front seats, leather shift knob, leather steering wheel and signal mirrors. The forum poster who claims to have found a specification sheet didn’t make mention of delivery charges being included in the price.

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Discuss this story at our Honda forum

  • MistyGreen

    For all the added content, that’s a great deal!!

  • Jenny

    Love the new look!

  • Mr. A

    Sweet

  • Brent

    Sad that the EX-L only comes with a CVT transmission!

  • Brooks

    Any word on colors? I’m hoping they go for the canary Yellow on the official Honda page and/or an Orange that’s loud

  • Jeff Snavely

    And Honda gives another perfectly functional car the mini-van treatment… Personally, I’m insulted to be asked to pay for backup cameras and blind-spot detection — just so the people who can’t manage to look in a mirror, or turn their heads can become even more incompetent drivers.

  • Hank

    Small cars NEED loud paint jobs, so people can see them better!

  • Hank

    Although backup cameras are pretty useful – it’s kind of silly in a small car with excellent visibility and a tight turning circle… If you can’t park something like that without assistance, go back to drivers ed.

  • Zippy

    Backup Cameras aren’t just for parking – I heard quite a few children are injured on driveways because they’re difficult to see in a mirror or window.

  • SR45

    For those that post dumb comments that a back up camera are not necessary, and need more drivers ed, let me tell you two things, #1Small children cannot be seen by looking in the rear view mirror if they are close to the rear bumper, or haven’t your piss poor nut size brain figured that one out, and #2 have you ever read horror stories of accidents with children while backing up ? Of course not, your to busy being dumb.

    You are immature posters that don’t have half a brain in knowing that back up camera’s are a safety feature, now being mandated on all new cars by 2018, and to think that you actually posted such immature dribble tells me, you all need to go back to school, and take a course in common sense #101

  • Jeff Snavely

    If you can’t make your point without name-calling, you can’t make it at all.

    I’m not sure you understand what maturity is, or common sense for that matter.

    Personally, I don’t have faith that a backup camera is going to “fix” a driver careless enough to run over a child. My point was more that cameras are only going to encourage passive drivers…. people who don’t turn their heads to change lanes. Odd that the nanny state bans front-seat video then allows lane change cameras.

    I guess the moral of the story is that consumers are demanding video screens in their cars now. Honda is only obliging.

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