Pricing for the next-generation 2015 Honda Fit has has been circulating online after a poster going by the username ChrisAP1 on tlxforums.com released the figures. None of these prices include the destination charge, which was not specified (the outgoing model's charge was $790).

According to the leak, the new Fit is being offered in three trim levels – LX, EX and EX-L. A base LX model with a six-speed manual starts at $15,525, with the new CVT running $800 more at $16,325. All cars come standard with air conditioning, cruise control, keyless entry, Bluetooth and LED taillights.

A six-speed EX will run buyers $17,435 or $18,235 for the automatic. Upgrading to this trim nets buyers a power moonroof, a proximity key, paddle shifters on CVT models, Honda's LaneWatch system, fog lights and a 7-inch touchscreen radio. Finally, the EX-L trim is only available with the CVT for $19,800 or with added navigation for $20,800. It adds heated leather seats, a leather shift knob and steering wheel, plus turn signals in the sideview mirrors.

Compared to the current Fit (without destination), the new model starts at $100 more for the manual and $110 for the CVT. The EX model is $275 more for the manual and $225 more for the automatic. The EX-L is somewhat harder to compare. A base EX-L is $10 more than a current Fit Sport with Navigation, but the new EX-L with navigation comes in at $1,010 more than the old model with nav.

Until we get the official numbers from Honda, we're taking these numbers with a grain of salt, but they appear in line with what we expected. Keep an eye out for official word from Honda.


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      Jesse
      • 8 Months Ago
      Really too bad that the EXL is only with CVT. Following the trend where you are penalized for wanting a manual trans. The way it is spelled out in the article I wonder if you can get leather steering wheel and shifter in the EX such as the current Sport because it sounds like that is only in the EXL.
      petemason
      • 8 Months Ago
      In line with all Hondas these days another sinfully ugly-looking design. It seems Honda are willfully trying to make the most aesthetically unpalatable looking cars on the road, save for perhaps Toyotas and Nissans. Must confess the Japanese don't have much talent when it comes to design flair.
        JoshFeinstein
        • 8 Months Ago
        @petemason
        I don't think they're deliberately setting out to create the ugliest cars around, it's just the limit of what they can achieve I guess. But I have to agree with you, the history of Japanese cars is littered with some awful designs
          Marlon Warren
          • 8 Months Ago
          @JoshFeinstein
          Josh, most Honda owners are concerned first and foremost with dependability, longevity, with style and fashion as a secondary factor. When spending 20K of your hard earned cash you, should be more concerned about what’s under the Hood. Flashy cars come and go! I want a car that will go the distance trouble free. Honda has the proven Track Record on endurance. If you don’t like the looks maybe you should consider a Ford or some other product. This is America, buy want turns you on. I will be purchasing a Black on Black Honda Fit. It’s hard to go wrong an anything black. And with the sweet LED (Volvo styled) rear tail lights in red, It wild turn some heads. Honda Luv 1996 Honda owner 200,000 mile Club.
        over9000
        • 8 Months Ago
        @petemason
        and guess what? they sell. Who cares what you think.
      Cruising
      • 8 Months Ago
      The packaging of this car is impressive.
      Bernard
      • 8 Months Ago
      35 mpg isn't all that impressive.
        zoom_zoom_zoom
        • 8 Months Ago
        @Bernard
        Really? But I thought the new city rating was 33mpg, not 35mpg. Personally I think the bump in HP and bump in MPG is really good.
          chanonissan
          • 8 Months Ago
          @zoom_zoom_zoom
          city rating of 33 MPG is ok,but not impressive they needed to get 35 MPG at least to be in the top, because soon most of these other cars are going into remodel phase.
        over9000
        • 8 Months Ago
        @Bernard
        If you ever owned a Honda, you know they often underrate their fuel economy claims.
        zoom_zoom_zoom
        • 8 Months Ago
        @Bernard
        Really? But I thought the new city rating was 33mpg, not 35mpg. Personally I think the bump in HP and bump in MPG is really good.
      cgm9999
      • 8 Months Ago
      An LX with a manual transmission sounds like a great, penalty-free car for someone whose looking for fun, efficiency, practicality and reliability at an unbeatable price. Should be a big hit for Honda.
      HondaProJason
      • 8 Months Ago
      The new Honda Fit will be the best value in the U.S. when it arrives later this month. I challenge anyone to prove me wrong. Take the build quality, features, safety, power and price of this new Honda and it's a hands down winner.
        • 8 Months Ago
        @HondaProJason
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      MistyGreen
      • 8 Months Ago
      That's a steal if you ask me. Very little increase, and added backup camera, better engine, bluetooth, and probably other stuff. Also, why did you even bother comparing the EX trim to the Sport trim?? The content for the EX is all convenience and such; for the old Sport trim, almost all cosmetic. Not sure why you thought that was a reasonable comparison.
      Marlon Warren
      • 8 Months Ago
      Talked with my Honda dealer today. They expect to have a Honda Fit EX in the showroom by the middle of the month. There is already a very strong interest in the sporty new Fit. With off the chart gas millage. He said the waiting list has over 100 eager buyers waiting to test drive and purchase. I currently own a 1996 Honda HB with over 200,000 miles, and stills runs like a Tiger, this will be my first new car purchase since I purchase my first Honda in 1996. This car will be a top seller here in the States. Hands down. Honda Luv
        HondaProJason
        • 8 Months Ago
        @Marlon Warren
        Yes this will be a great seller for Honda. They are offering so much for a great value.
      flammablewater
      • 8 Months Ago
      This sounds good to me. Any word on when this is going on sale?
      Marlon Warren
      • 8 Months Ago
      Honda quality is off the charts. Over 70% of Honda's built 20 years ago are still on the road today! I will take quality, MPG and endurance and pay extra. I can assure Honda will never install a poor quality ignition switch to save 1 Buck. My Honda was built here in the USA in 1996, It still runs like a champ today at over 200K miles. The Honda plant in Mexico will make a quality product. Honda will make sure of that. Can't wait to purchase the New Fit EX and drive it Trouble Free for the next 20 years. Honda Luv.
        HondaProJason
        • 8 Months Ago
        @Marlon Warren
        I agree 100% Honda's past is strong and their future is even stronger
      FutureDoc
      • 8 Months Ago
      Wait, they are charging more when they are moving their production to Mexico? Yes, I want to pay more for a Mexican assembled Fit compared to a Japanese assembled Fit. No...
        superchan7
        • 8 Months Ago
        @FutureDoc
        Honda would rather make a couple bucks in Mexico than make nothing at all in Japan. The other alternative would be to stop selling the car in North America.
        over9000
        • 8 Months Ago
        @FutureDoc
        Apparently nobody cares when the Jetta is made there too, so...
        MistyGreen
        • 8 Months Ago
        @FutureDoc
        Is everyone ignoring the added content? Backup cameras and bluetooth don't come for free!
          HondaProJason
          • 8 Months Ago
          @MistyGreen
          Plus Lane Watch camera, 7" touch screen, push start :-)
        HondaProJason
        • 8 Months Ago
        @FutureDoc
        This year Honda is adding so much to this car. Lane watch camera, 7" touch audio screen, new engine, smart entry and push start just to name a few. This new Fit should have gone up much more than it did. Thanks to the move to Mexico.
      viggen
      • 8 Months Ago
      Kind of a dumb article -- equipment-adjusted, looks like a price drop to me. Autoblog, as always, do a little more homework please.
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