The 2013 Honda Fit is also available in standard, 2013 Honda Fit Sport and EV trim levels, the recent available only through selected, limited, and as a $ 389 monthly rental. The 2013 Honda Fit Sport adds 16-inch aluminum wheels, fog lamps, and a body kit with a rear spoiler. The EV Fit receives unique styling front, aerodynamic design tweaks, unique wheels, and an independent suspension in the rear. The only color choice for 2013 Honda Fit EV model is Reflective Blue Pearl.
2013 Honda Fit Interior Features
The foundation of the 2013 Honda Fit comes standard with air conditioning, power windows, power door locks tilt / telescoping steering wheel, the cruise control, and a stereo with CD player, USB port, and an auxiliary audio jack input. The Fit includes 60 folding / 40 split and fall of rear seat that Honda calls a “Seat Magic.” 2013 Honda Fit Sport models add a driver’s armrest, mats floor, map lights, extra stereo speakers, and a leather-wrapped wheel steering. The 2013 Honda Fit is equipped with a Bio-Fabric Upholstery, automatic climate control, navigation system with Bluetooth calling and music streaming, unique EV Instrumentation, and a HondaLink EV smartphone app allows for remote vehicle charging. The navigation system with Bluetooth is optional on the Honda Fit Sport.
2013 Honda Fit Engine
A 117-horsepower, 1.5-liter 4-cylinder engine and a standard for the 2013 Honda Fit, paired with a five-speed manual gearbox or automatic transmission 5-speed. Fit Sport model includes shifters lever and automatic. The EV Fit is equipped with a Lithium-ion battery is 20 per-kilowatt-hour and 92-kilowatt electric motors. Honda says it offers 82 miles of electric-only range of combined driving, and drivers can choose between Normal, Icon and Sport driving mode. To fully recharge EV Fit, 15 hours is required if you are using a standard household outlet. With a 240 volt AC Level 2 Fried, recharging time reduced to 3 hours, according to Honda.
2013 Honda Fit Safety
2013 Honda Fit is equipped with six air bags, anti-lock brakes with brake assist, traction and stability control, and Advanced Engineering Compatibility (ACE) for the construction of Honda’s facilities. In crash tests performed by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), non-electric version of the 2013 Honda Fit receives an overall rating 4 (out of 5) stars. The EV Fit has not yet been tested.