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New and Used Honda Fit for Sale Philippines | Honda Fit Price List 2018

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Spending less doesn't always mean cheap--and the Honda Fit Philippines is living proof of this. This car is a perfect marriage of performance, flexibility, and mobility that’s carefully engineered into its small, compact body. And it’s just getting started. Not surprisingly, it has won the hearts of many drivers who want to own a car that’s reliable, good-looking, easy to maneuver, and spacious all at the same time. The name Honda Fit may sound foreign to you, but chances are, you’ve probably encountered this subcompact hatchback many times on the road. It’s actually the alternate name of the ever-popular Honda Jazz in the Philippines—a favorite of Filipino motorists (especially the young ones) ever since it was launched in 2004.

The Honda Fit was the Japanese carmaker’s latest foray into the small car market.  It immediately won the hearts of car owners and critics alike when it was first introduced to Honda’s home market back in 2001. This subcompact hatchback won Car of the Year in Japan the same year it was introduced. It was soon introduced in Europe, South Africa, Southeast Asia, and other markets as the Jazz. In 2013, more than five million units of the Honda Fit were sold, validating the top-class driving experience the hatchback promised to the motoring public. Its latest iteration—the third generation Honda Fit 2016, looks to deliver the same package that many of its faithful fan base all over the world have grown to love and appreciate. Its key competitors include: the Toyota Yaris, Ford Fiesta, and Kia Rio.



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Honda Fit overall score by Carmudi's car expert:
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The new Honda Fit 2016 in the Philippines Has Finally Been Revealed

Honda Fit 2016 in the Philippines

How is the 2016 Honda Fit different from the 2015 model?

An amazingly generous cabin with high fuel economy, the Honda Fit 2016 has even better fuel economy rates than its 2015 predecessor. It also has extra cargo room to boot, thanks to its “Magic Seat” and the clever location of its gas tank. Other features worth noting include:

  • 4-wheel anti-lock brakes
  • Stability control and traction control
  • Backup cameras
  • Keyless entry ignition
  • Lane Watch Blind Spot camera
  • Automatic headlights

What is new about the Honda Fit 2016 design?

Minimal updates were made to the vehicle's exterior and interior.  It has slimmer headlights, and doesn't resemble a scaled-down version of a minivan anymore. Additionally, the glass areas, wheels, and tires are more balanced out. Some things to look forward to are: 

  • Different front grille design
  • Front bucket seats
  • LED Taillights
  • Storage Compartments
  • Aluminum Alloy wheels
  • High roof hatchback design

What are Honda Fit 2016 specs and features?

All 2016 Honda Fit models offer similar engine and transmission packages that use the fuel-friendly "Earth Dream" engine: a 1.5 liter, 4-cylinder muscle that gives an impressive 130 horsepower @ 6,600 rpm. It also showcases the following features:

  • Magic Seat
  • Motion Adaptive Electric Power Steering
  • i-VTEC and Variable Timing Control
  • Cruise Control

What are Honda Fit 2016 prices in the Philippines?

The brand new Honda Fit’s counterpart in the Philippine market, the Honda Jazz, is sold at a price starting at PHP 778,000. The price is subject to change, depending on the trim level, accessories, or the discounts and promos purchased. Honda Fit prices range from:

  • Honda Jazz 1.5 V MT: P788,000
  • Honda Jazz 1.5 V CVT: P828,000
  • Honda Jazz 1.5 VX CVT: P928,000
  • Honda Jazz 1.5 VX+ CVT: P968,000


Honda Fit Review in the Philippines

Honda Fit Specs and Performance

When it first came out, the looks and specs of the Honda Fit reminded many of another Honda brainchild, the Honda City. Central to the Honda Fit’s powertrain is a reliable SOHC engine, and what sets the different trim levels apart is the output they can get out of the engine type.

Honda Fit Fuel Consumption

Here is a list of some popular Honda Fit years and their fuel consumption rates. Figures are in l/100km format:

New Honda Fit fuel consumption:

  • Honda Fit 2016: 6.7 l/100km
  • Honda Fit 2015: 6.6 l/100km
  • Honda Fit 2014: 7.2 l/100km
  • Honda Fit 2013: 7.0 l/100km

Second hand Honda Fit fuel consumption:

  • Honda Fit 2012: 7.0 l/100km
  • Honda Fit 2011: 7.1 l/100km
  • Honda Fit 2010: 7.1 l/100km
  • Honda Fit 2009: 7.0 l/100km


Honda Fit Features

Honda Fit Convenience and Entertainment Features

The Honda Fit is one of the most recognizable vehicles on the curb, and the Fit’s petite exterior is perfect for drivers who are easily intimidated at the thought of driving bigger vehicles. The car is easy to maneuver, has a serviceable engine that can perform effortlessly in various city driving situations, and has a large cargo space that betrays its small interior. Other notable features include:

  • USB port with CD, DVD, MP3
  • Bluetooth with audio streaming
  • 7-inch infotainment screen
  • Satellite and HD radio
  • Real-traffic time information
  • Smartphone connectivity


Honda Fit Safety Features

Honda built its reputation as a dependable automaker by putting a great deal of attention into the safety features in its cars. The Japanese car manufacturer constantly tests the safety features of their cars in their crash test facility in Japan. Even today, the 2016 Honda Fit doesn’t veer away from Honda’s School of Vehicle Safety.

The all-new Honda Fit aced the exams by the ASEAN NCAP system. All of its different trim levels gained four stars in adult and child protection, and the VX+ variety garnered a perfect five stars in adult protection. The US’s vehicle safety authority, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, gave it very high scores in the crashworthiness of its various components, with worthwhile features that include:

  • G-CON body structure
  • Child lock
  • Child seat anchor
  • LANE Watch Display System
  • Electronic Brake-force Distribution
  • 3-pt. emergency locking retractable seatbelts 


Honda Fit Design

Honda Fit Interior

The Honda Fit is a small but comfortable car to ride and you certainly won’t feel ashamed to be seen in it. It also has more than enough space to carry a lot of stuff inside. Honda is wise not to touch what already works. The Japanese carmaker made minor aesthetic changes so the Fit would look updated and dashing alongside other cars on the road. The interior is styled to look classy yet comfortable, with standard features such as:

  • Steering wheel audio control
  • Power outlet
  • Power windows
  • Keyless entry
  • Power steering
  • Plasma Cluster Technology


Honda Fit Exterior

When the Honda Fit was first introduced, its exterior was petite and friendly, unlike the intimidating curves of other cars of its time. The Honda Fit 2015 model still retains its recognizable silhouette but it has been given a minor makeover to modernize its look. The front still lives up to the hatchback’s reputation for being a Honda City look-alike, but the comparison is a good one as it is a handsome car to drive around in. Sharper angles and beltlines give the Honda Fit a more hip and stylish impression. The Fit’s counterpart in the Philippines, the Honda Jazz, uses 15x5½ J and 16x6 J wheels, depending on the variety. More impressive features also include:

  • Fog lights
  • Alloy wheels
  • Chrome trim on the grille
  • Rooftop spoiler
  • Below-bumper diffuser
  • Power sunroof


Honda Fit Color Options

The 2016 Honda Fit comes in the following colors:

  • Attract Yellow Pearl
  • Taffeta White
  • Alabaster Silver
  • Rally Red
  • Modern Steel
  • Vivid Sky Blue


Honda Fit Price List in the Philippines

There are many Honda Fit price models from different generations imported to the Philippines, so you can buy a decent 2nd hand Honda Fit in many of Carmudi Philippines’ listings. One thing you have to note before buying is that the car’s hatches, which are lifted from Japan, are transformed to left-hand drives. Make sure to check the condition of the used Honda Fit for sale before you buy it.

Second hand Honda Fit price in the Philippines

  • Honda Fit 2008 price in the Philippines: P255,000
  • Honda Fit 2007 price in the Philippines: P250,000
  • Honda Fit 2006 price in the Philippines: P215,000
  • Honda Fit 2005 price in the Philippines: P325,000
  • Honda Fit 2003 price in the Philippines: P240,000
  • Honda Fit 2010 price in the Philippines: P230,000


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