|2015 Honda Fit||2015 Toyota Yaris|
|130-hp, 1.5-litre 4-cylinder||Engine||106-hp, 1.5-litre 4-cylinder|
|7.0 city / 5.7 highway||Fuel Economy (L/100 km)||7.7 city / 6.3 highway|
|2710 litres||Passenger Volume||2407 litres|
|470 litres||Cargo Volume||442 litres|
2015 Honda Fit vs 2015 Toyota Yaris
Today's subcompact car class has far exceeded anything drivers would have thought possible years ago. Each car has a lot to offer and more and more subcompact vehicles are continuing to improve on the already impressive efficiency and features of their predecessors. Two of the most popular vehicles in this class are definitely the Honda Fit and Toyota Yaris.
Both vehicles are incredibly affordable and have high fuel economy ratings as well as plenty of space for both passengers and cargo. They are also very stylish and come equipped with a lot of cutting-edge features and technology. Since these two vehicles are so much alike, which one is actually the better option? To try to answer that question, let's compare the 2015 Honda Fit vs 2015 Toyota Yaris.
Differences between the 2015 Honda Fit and 2015 Toyota Yaris
Though the 2015 Honda Fit and 2015 Toyota Yaris are quite similar, there are a few key differences that someone should consider when trying to choose between them. First off, even though the Fit and Yaris are smaller cars, drivers still usually want to look at the power ratings of each. Though the engines are essentially the same, the Fit wins this round by producing 130 horsepower which exceeds the 106 horsepower rating of the Yaris.
Passenger space is also an incredibly important attribute for smaller cars. The Honda Fit not only offers quite a bit more space for cargo than the Toyota Yaris, but it also offers more passenger volume which provides a more comfortable ride. While the Yaris does offer quite a bit of space, the Fit has just a little bit more.
Another area where the 2015 Honda Fit excels is in the standard features it offers. Across every trim level, there are a wide-variety of amenities and impressive technology which are included in the vehicle's very reasonable price tag. The Yaris has a lot of features too and offers Bluetooth capability and daytime running lights just like the Fit, however, there are quite a few features it does not offer. A multi-angle rearview camera, blind spot monitoring system, and heated front seats are just a few of the features you can find in the Honda Fit but not in the Toyota Yaris.
Though both subcompact vehicles have a lot to offer, the Honda Fit excels in a lot of important areas which ultimately makes it a better option for many drivers than the Toyota Yaris. If you are still unsure, the best way to decide if the 2015 Honda Fit is the right vehicle for you is to take it for a test drive. If you are curious about the Honda Fit, stop into Wheaton Honda and find out if this is the hatchback for you.