Changes & Redesign

After taking a year off, the subcompact hatchback has returned, and the 2015 Honda Fit redesign makes it one of the most competitive vehicles in its class. Although there are certainly updates to the technology and the engine, we think that the most noticeable changes come with the new exterior design. While the Fit has always been fun to drive, the new exterior design gives it a look that fits its tight handling and sporty nature. From bumper to bumper, Honda redesigned this already popular subcompact to make it even more appealing to the average driver… and despite decreasing its overall size, the interior actually increased in passenger and storage space!

2015 Honda Fit Changes

  • Wider Stance: If you set the 2015 Honda Fit next to the 2013 model, we think that the first thing you’d notice is the new model’s wider stance. We think that this fits right in line with the Fit’s character, adding a more aggressive look and feel to a car that already competes with vehicles outside its class.
  • New Headlights and Grille: When drivers see your Fit in their rearview mirror, they’ll catch sight of a new grille with a touch of chrome as well as a pair of headlights that are seamlessly sculpted into the lines and angles of the Fit’s front end.
  • Alloy Wheels: Every detail of the Fit is built to pop, catching the attention of drivers and pedestrians as they wonder who’s driving such a sleek looking car, and the available alloy wheels add another dimension to the Fit’s already noteworthy exterior redesign. 16-inch alloy wheels can be found on the EX and EX-L trims and add that extra touch of class to your 2015 Honda Fit.

With exterior accessories available that are geared to protect and stylize your new hatchback, we think the 2015 Honda Fit redesign has covered all the bases. What do you think?


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