2015 Honda Fit To Start at $16,315

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The Honda Fit has been one of the most successful subcompacts in the U.S. market. Its size, standard list of features and sizable cargo area make it feel like a substantial car for shoppers in the segment. For 2015, the Fit has been completely redesigned, but the prices have gone up minimally compared to the outgoing model.

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The starting price of the base LX model is $16,315, including a destination charge. That's with a six-speed manual transmission. Adding a continuously variable automatic transmission ratchets up the price by $800 to $17,115. Both prices are $100 more than the 2013 Honda Fit base model with a manual or an automatic. Honda points out that added features for the 2015 model at this trim level — a standard backup camera, spoiler, center armrest, automatic headlights and more — outweigh the price change.

The 2014 Toyota Yaris four-door starts at $16,265, including destination, but comes with a four-speed automatic transmission standard. The 2014 Nissan Versa Note has less standard equipment than the Fit, but its starting price is considerably less at $14,800, including destination with a five-speed manual transmission.

Compare the Toyota Yaris, Nissan Versa Note, Ford Fiesta and Hyundai Accent

The Fit trim lineup goes from the base LX to EX to EX-L and EX-L with Navigation.

The 2015 EX is priced at $18,225 for the manual transmission and $19,025 for the CVT. Both prices are $225 more than the outgoing version of the EX.

The 2015 EX-L is priced at $20,590 equipped with the CVT standard.

The 2015 Fit EX-L with Navigation is priced at $21,590 with the CVT standard. All prices include destination.

Honda's new 7-inch Display Audio multimedia system, which we tested in March, is standard on EX models and higher. 

Cars.com photo by Evan Sears

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