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2015 Honda Fit vs. 2015 Ford Fiesta

2015 Honda Fit 2015 Ford Fiesta
1.5L 4-cylinder Engine 1.5L 4-cylinder
130 HP Horsepower 120 HP
114 lb-ft. Torque 112 lb-ft.
8.1 / 6.4 / 7.3 L/100 km (city/hwy/combined) 8.5 / 7.5 / 7.6

2015 Honda Fit vs. 2015 Ford Fiesta

2015 Honda Fit Edmonton AB

The subcompact class isn’t what it used to be. These days, it’s filled with quality options that provide many of the amenities of larger, more expensive vehicles. Of course, they are still leaders in fuel-efficiency and convenience, especially for drivers who frequently deal with the challenges of rush hour traffic in the city. While there are plenty of options in the subcompact category, the 2015 Honda Fit and 2015 Ford Fiesta are among the top choices.

To help conflicted drivers, we’ll compare the 2015 Honda Fit vs. 2015 Ford Fiesta and take a close look at some of the key aspects of each. For the sake of comparison, we’ll look at the base hatchback version of each.

In terms of performance and efficiency, the 2015 Honda Fit edges out the 2015 Ford Fiesta in nearly every key category. The Fit’s 1.5-litre four-cylinder engine generates 130 horsepower and 114 pound-feet of torque and couples with a 6-speed manual transmission, although a continuously variable transmission is available on every other trim.

2015 Honda Fit DX vs. 2015 Ford Fiesta S

The 2015 Ford Fiesta falls short of the 2015 Honda Fit in terms of power, despite a slightly larger displacement 1.6-litre four-cylinder engine. The Fiesta’s engine yields 120 horsepower and 112 pound-feet of torque while power is routed through a 5-speed manual transmission. Much like Honda does with the fit, Ford offers an automatic option on higher trims. Although the Fit DX offers more power, it’s also more efficient than the Fiesta, returning better ratings in city and highway driving conditions.

Despite the affordability of both the Honda Fit and the Ford Fiesta, they include a number of quality features and amenities you might not expect from vehicles in this category. The 2015 Honda Fit comes standard with Honda HandsFreeLink Bluetooth connectivity, mp3 playback capabilities, a 5-inch colour LCD touchscreen, heated side mirrors and hill start assist, which comes in handy in the snow.

The Ford Fiesta offers a similar multimedia interface with Bluetooth connectivity, but it does not have heated side mirrors, which can compromise visibility in the winter. While specs and features on paper are useful, the best way to get a feel for the 2015 Honda Fit is to schedule a test drive at Wheaton Honda.

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