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From Owner of 2015 Honda Fit EX-L Navi as of June 17, 2014.
By leohenton on
2015 Honda Fit EX-L w/Navigation 4dr Hatchback (1.5L 4cyl CVT)
I agree with Edmundsdotcom review of 2015 Honda Fit.
We are quite pleased, so far with the Red 2015 Honda Fit EX-L with Navi that we took possession of on June 16, 2014.
There are many thoughtful features included in the design.
I can drive it comfortably and have learned to enter and exit OK as a 6'3" 400 pound middle-aged man.
Drove 100 miles last night with two other full-sized adults as passengers and there were not any complaints from anyone
There simply is not anything else in the sub-compact / compact class with this combination of room, comfort, fuel economy and upper-tier features (in the EX-L Navi trim package).
The Navi is quite legible and useful.
The value is appare
The exterior size means the car is easy to park.
The standard (on all trim levels) rear-view camera with three views means the car is easy to park.
The real-world fuel economy means the car is easy on the budget.
The anticipated life-cycle / duty-cycle cost of ownership overall during the life of the vehicle means the car is easy on the budget.
The traditional strong-resale value is a component of the overall cost of ownership.
The traditional resale strength of Honda's is impressive.
Note: the lack of bare-bones Fleet sales does not hurt the trade-in value as anticipated
Really like the legibility and various screen modes of the Navi unit. It's large display and easy uses is
For 2016 refresh consider including the following minor tweaks, it would be recognized and considered worthy improvement in my humble opinion.
a. Make an optional electro-chromatic "auto" day/night mirror available.
Extend the seat track option back one or two additional inches, especially on the front-passenger side.
c. Make a non-sunroof "option" available on the top EX-L trim level so as to increase headroom.
d. Declare confidence in factory assembly techniques and supplier's capabilities by increasing the standard warranties in length and time.
Have to wonder why the psuedo-competitiors from Korea "appear" to have stronger warrenties.
e. Include as standard rear cover