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A used 2011 Honda Fit Sport has an average retail price of $16,069 and 25,500 miles.
Overview of 2011 Honda Fit Sport By Jessica McCombe
This year’s Honda Fit offers two trims: an entry-level Base and a higher-level Sport trim. Little has changed this year for the 2011 Sport, which now offers standard floormats as well as standard Vehicle Stability Assist with traction control. Newly named colors for the Fit’s exterior replace comparable colors from 2010’s lineup.
The Sport shares its engine with the Base trim, a 1.5-liter i-VTEC 4-cylinder engine producing 117 hp at 6,600 rpm and 106 lb-ft of torque at 4,800 rpm. While the Sport comes with a standard 5-speed manual transmission (27 mpg city/33 highway), a 5-speed automatic is also available. Unlike the Base's automatic, however, the Sport’s automatic comes equipped with race-inspired steering-wheel-mounted paddle shifters. The Sport’s ride is eased with larger (16-inch) alloy wheels and the addition of front and rear stabilizer bars to the MacPherson strut front suspension and torsion-beam rear suspension system.
Other differences between the trims appear in their aesthetics. The Sport comes with a standard rear roofline spoiler, foglights and an underbody aero kit, as well as a chrome finisher on the exhaust. Inside, the Sport adds a leather-wrapped steering wheel and map lights. Technology is upgraded as well, with a security system and 6 (rather than 4) speakers for the 160-watt AM/FM/CD audio system, which includes an auxiliary audio jack and USB port. The optional Honda satellite-linked navigation system—not available for the Base—includes a 6.5-inch screen and voice recognition, as well as adding steering-wheel audio controls.
Safety features in the Sport parallel those found in the Base trim, with standard antilock brakes with electronic brake distribution, tire pressure monitoring, 6 airbags and the Honda Advanced Compatibility Engineering body structure to help insulate the cabin from frontal collision impact.
This overview covers the Sport trim only.
Please see our 2011 Honda Fit Overview for more information.
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