Miami Shopper Compares Honda FIT With Toyota Yaris
If you're a car shopper looking for a comfortable, budget-friendly subcompact that's big on quality and features, chances are good that you've narrowed down your choices to either the Honda Fit or the Toyota Yaris. Both are 5-door hatchbacks with seating capacity for 5, and each is powered by a gas-sipping 1.5L four-cylinder engine. Despite these similarities, the Fit delivers more features at a lower M.S.R.P. than the Yaris, making the Honda Fit a popular choice among Honda shoppers in Miami.
The Toyota Yaris delivers 106 horsepower and 103 pound-feet of torque, providing drivers with a steady-as-she-goes driving experience. By contrast, the Honda Fit is rated at 130 horsepower and 114 pound-feet of torque, making for a fun, peppy ride that leaves other sub-compacts in the dust!
The Fit delivers more features at a lower M.S.R.P. than the Yaris, making the Honda Fit a popular choice among Honda shoppers in Miami.
Miami Honda shoppers are usually surprised by the spacious 112.3 cubic foot interior of the Fit when compared to the 99.7 cubic feet of interior space on the Yaris. Honda shoppers will also appreciate the extra rear seat legroom in the Fit - 39.3 inches vs 33.3 inches in the Yaris.
Honda makes the most of this interior space with it's revolutionary Magic Seat system that lets drivers fold the rear seats and front passenger seat flat, creating a large cargo space that's perfect for those big loads!
The Honda Fit has also has a whopping 10 cupholders, compared to only 3 on the Yaris, because hey, you can never have too many cup holders!
Keyless entry is standard on the Fit, while it's an optional upgrade on the Yaris. Seasoned Honda shoppers know that Honda takes safety seriously, so it's no surprise that every model of the Fit comes equipped with automatic reverse-activated, rear-view backup camera to make sure drivers can see exactly what's behind them when reversing.
Seasoned Honda shoppers know that Honda takes safety seriously, so it's no surprise that every model of the Fit comes equipped with automatic reverse-activated
Car shoppers in Miami who are in the market for a subcompact will love the fuel savings that both the Yaris and the Fit offer, but once again, the Honda Fit delivers better value over the Toyota. The Honda Fit achieves an enviable 33 MPG in the city and 41 MPG on the highway, achieving better fuel economy than the Yaris, which is rated at 30 MPG city/37 MPG highway.
Want to learn more about the fun to drive, easy to own Honda Fit? Miami Honda shoppers can test drive the Fit right now at South Honda - call now!