Why the Honda Fit Should Be Your Top Choice for California

Honda Fit CaliforniaLearn more about the Honda Fit to find out why it is the perfect vehicle for driving around California. Whether you are headed to the beach or going downtown to do some shopping, the Fit can deliver everything you need at an affordable price.

Honda Fit: Great Fuel Economy

As a subcompact, the Honda Fit is able to achieve as much as 33 mpg* in the city and 41* on the highway for 36 mpg* combined. Even the least efficient model delivers 32 mpg* combined. Any model with a CVT will get at least 35 mpg* combined. With figures like these, it is easy to save money, even if you decide to take a road trip across all of California.

Fit: Interior Versatility

Saying the interior of the Honda Fit is versatile is almost an understatement. There are multiple ways to configure the interior. The second Row Magic Seat folds down to give you enough room to carry a small couch or bike. You can fold down just the right half of the rear seat along with the front passenger seat to fit a surfboard. There is even a tall mode; the Magic Seats in the second row will fold upright, giving you nearly 4 feet of room vertically.

7-Inch Touchscreen

The Display Audio touchscreen in the Fit is 7 inches, giving you plenty of room to easily read the information displayed. Whether it is podcast information, your address book, or Pandora, it is easy to view and use the screen.

Fit: Keeps You Safe

The Fit even works to keep you safe. Standard features, like the ACE Body Structure, Tire Pressure Monitoring System, and rearview camera, are supplemented by optional features. You can enjoy a Multi-Angle Rearview Camera with wide, top-down, and normal views; Honda LaneWatch; and more.

The best way to see why the Honda Fit is perfect for California is to take it on a test drive around Santa Ana. Visit Freeway Honda today to get behind the wheel and experience this hatchback for yourself.

*Based on EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions and other factors.