The '15 Fit is 1.6-ins. shorter than predecessor but with 1.2-in. longer wheelbase.
Rear-seat legroom grows 3.8 ins. from '14. Second-row bottom seat cushions still flip up to create tall cargo space for plants.
Fit interior materials largely of high quality. However, hard-plastic, unadorned door armrests disappointing.
Fit's new direct-injected 1.5L 4-cyl. engine makes 11% more horsepower and 7.5% more torque than '14 car's non-DI 1.5L.
EX and EX-L grades receive Honda's LaneWatch camera from Accord, shown mounted below passenger-side mirror.
Shown with all seats folded down, Honda keen to say what can fit in a Fit. Surfboards, bikes, and usual assortment of bags and luggage fit.
Slick new 7-in. touchscreen with swipe, tap and pinch functions on EX and EX-L grades. Black surround lends modernity.
Fit raked more forward now, taillights taller.
The third generation of Honda's Fit sees the subcompact get a more angular appearance, higher-quality interior materials, and a roomier rear seat. (See related story: Honda Fit Goes Back to Roots.)
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