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The NHTSA gives the 2015 Honda Fit a 5-star rating

"The all-new 2015 Honda Fit has received a five-star rating for its safety from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, an American organization responsible for assessing the safety of new cars in the United States. Also known as..."

The all-new 2015 Honda Fit has received a five-star rating for its safety from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, an American organization responsible for assessing the safety of new cars in the United States. Also known as the NHTSA, the organization places a star rating on every vehicle it evaluates, with the five-star rating being the highest.

This grade is added to the Top Safety Pick designation already obtained by the Fit and awarded by the IIHS, another organization working to assess the safety of new vehicles. Introduced last year, the Honda Fit is powered by a new four-cylinder 1.5-liter engine and comes standard with features like a multi-angle rear-view camera and Bluetooth.

"The Fit shows that opting for a smaller car does not mean compromising on space, comfort or safety," said Dave Gardner, Senior Vice President, Operations at Honda Canada Inc. "Honda's commitment to the safety of our customers and other road users prevails over everything and the Fit demonstrates that eloquently. »

In terms of safety features, the 2015 Honda Fit comes standard with Honda’s ACE body structure that can distribute the forces of a collision and move them away from the driver. Side airbags and curtains are also standard, while the options catalogue includes the LaneWatch Blind Spot monitoring system. It uses a small camera to project an image of the right blind spot in the center console. This is particularly useful in the city when you have to turn a corner where it can be difficult to see a vehicle or a pedestrian in the blind spot.

Starting at $ 14,575, the 2015 Honda Fit also offers hill start assist that automatically applies the brakes to prevent the car from rolling backwards when starting on an incline. A brake assist system is also available.

Back to the engine, it offers 130 horsepower and can be combined with an optional automatic continuously variable gearbox while a 6-speed manual is standard. The average fuel economy with the manual is 7.3 liters per 100 kilometers.

For more information on the 2015 Honda Fit, contact us today at Brockville Honda.


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