Honda has released the online configurator for the all-new, 2015 Fit – a vehicle that was scheduled to launch earlier, but was delayed until this month. As is the case with the rest of the Japanese manufacturer's builders, there's not a lot to this one – pick a trim, transmission (where applicable) and a color, and you're all set.

The 2015 Fit will come in three grades, with the base LX offering up both manual and continuously variable transmission, air conditioning, Bluetooth, USB connectivity, a 60/40 split-rear seat and a four-speaker stereo, among lesser items. The LX starts at $15,525, not counting a $790 destination charge. Next up is the $17,435 EX, which adds 16-inch wheels, push-button start and a seven-inch display audio system complete with Pandora and text-message functionality. Like the LX, the EX can be had with either a manual or CVT, with the two-pedal setup commanding an $800 premium, regardless of trim.

The top-of-the-line EX-L, however, cannot be had with a manual. Getting the king of the Fit line will lock you into the CVT, although it adds an assortment of cow-based products, in the form of heated leather seats and a leather-wrapped steering wheel. Heated wing mirrors are also included in the $19,800 starting price. Navigation is an optional goodie, which tacks $1,000 onto the price and is only available on the EX-L. HD Radio and satellite radio are also included on the EX-L.

Hop over to Honda's consumer page and have a look.


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      waetherman
      • 6 Months Ago
      Great - but where's my HR-V configurator?!
      Avinash Machado
      • 6 Months Ago
      Not bad.
      SlothLovesChunk
      • 6 Months Ago
      Ugly aaaand expensive. winning combination.... Mary Keana will no doubt love this.
        • 6 Months Ago
        @SlothLovesChunk
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      Rob
      • 6 Months Ago
      Accent/Rio is an overall better choice in this segment but the Honda is strong in the cargo room/space efficency
      Boogaloo
      • 6 Months Ago
      And another car succumbs to the black interior only trend! Just ... plain ... dumb!
        • 6 Months Ago
        @Boogaloo
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      Lamborandon
      • 6 Months Ago
      that is so ugly
        • 6 Months Ago
        @Lamborandon
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      The Fitster
      • 6 Months Ago
      I have a trouble-free 2007, manual, 120,000 miles. Very high engine RPMs on why -- like 3,500 at 75 mph. I guess you get used to it, but th mileage suffers once the vtec shift occurs -- about 3,000. So I was looking for the new fit, with six gears, to provide an "overdrive." But it turns out the ratio of the new #6 is about the same as the old #5. Very VERY disappointing. Plus I really don't like the packages you're forced to buy. Don't want a sunroof. Don't want leather seats but do want a leather steering wheel (like I have now). Want heated outside mirrors -- actually a safety feature when you think of it. But no. So I've shifted to the new 1.0 Ecoboost Fiesta, with the very powerful 3 cyl motor and 47 mpg on the highway. Sorry to see Honda do this to itself.
        JaredN
        • 6 Months Ago
        @The Fitster
        I'm also disappointed that they didn't give it a taller high gear.
        hokkaido76
        • 6 Months Ago
        @The Fitster
        I'm sure that the manual take rate is in the low single digits, so I don't think they are worried about it.
        • 6 Months Ago
        @The Fitster
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      mikeybyte1
      • 6 Months Ago
      So the navigation system is integrated with the CVT? Um, nooooo... But.... How dumb is it to only offer nav if you get the to top version? Honda is kind enough to offer a manual or CVT on all levels... except the top one. And you cannot get nav on anything but the top one. Dumb, dumb, dumb. They are not alone. Way too many manufacturers force you to do something like get leather if you want nav. Cloth, manual, nav, nice stereo, sunroof. They really don't want you to get them all on the same car these days. Sad.
        pinsimms99
        • 6 Months Ago
        @mikeybyte1
        Can't get a manual if you want leather
        • 6 Months Ago
        @mikeybyte1
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      Victor Hoyles
      • 6 Months Ago
      This is a sharp looking car for this segment. Will sell boat loads (train loads since they're coming from Mexico).
      JaredN
      • 6 Months Ago
      I won't buy a car with a CVT and living here in Boston, I won't buy a car without heated seats. I hate it when manufacturers package options this way.
        • 6 Months Ago
        @JaredN
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      srlalsd1
      • 6 Months Ago
      O ... M ... G!
      KO
      • 6 Months Ago
      Don't get me wrong, I love the Fit (my mom has a base, early production 2G) but going over that $20k barrier is a bit of a (psychological) hit.
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