The 2010 Honda Fit is powered by a 1.5-liter engine, and buyers can choose a five-speed manual or automatic transmission. Front bucket seats are complemented by a split-folding rear, all covered in cloth. Air conditioning and an MP3-friendly stereo are standard features, and a digital-media-player connection is also included. Power features include mirrors, windows, and locks. The Fit Base rolls on 15-inch wheels wrapped in 175/65SR15 tires with wheel covers. Front, front-side, and curtain-side airbags are standard, along with antilock brakes, daytime running lights, and a tire pressure monitor.
If you choose the five-speed automatic over the manual in the 2010 Honda Fit Sport, you gain manual-shift capability for power delivery from the 1.5-liter engine. While the engine remains the same, a sport suspension and 16-inch alloys should help performance a bit, and a rear spoiler and foglight combo improve sporting looks. A leather-wrapped steering wheel is now found in front of the driver’s bucket seat, fitted with controls for the MP3-friendly stereo. A digital-media-player connection is also included, along with an iPod adaptor and cruise control. Remote keyless entry is added to the power mirrors, windows, and locks. Air conditioning provides climate comfort, and a myriad of safety features, including front, front-side, and curtain-side airbags, antilock brakes, daytime running lights, and a tire-pressure monitor, keep you safe.