What's New?: The 2016 Honda Fit EX-L with Navigation

Front 3/4 view of 2016 Honda Fit
The 2016 Honda Fit.
What's new with the 2016 Honda Fit? Apart from a $265 price increase, nothing.

And that's a good thing.

Rear 3/4 view of 2016 Honda Fit
2016  Honda Fit.
As I wrote just shy of a year ago about the 2015 Fit, the Honda Fit is a strong choice and a serious value proposition.  Take a base model with a six-speed manual and you'll see a price sticker under $16,000.

Interior view of 2016 Honda Fit
2016 Honda Fit interior.
Ours, as before, was the top-of-the-line EX-L with navigation. That teams the sole Fit engine choice (a 130-horsepower, 1.5-liter four) with a continuously variable transmission.  EPA fuel economy estimate: 32 city/38 highway.  And everything's standard at the price of $21,065.  Add on $820 for destination and handling and the bottom line is $21,885.  Among the current crop of sub-compacts, the Fit strikes us as the best value for the money.