- Nov 19, 2020
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- Honda Fit 1.5 DOHC i-VTEC Comfort CVT – R319,900
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- Honda Fit 1.5 DOHC i-VTEC Executive CVT – R389,900
- Honda Fit 1.5 DOHC i-MMD e-CVT Hybrid – R469,900
They are but it's kinda easy to justify looking at the spec and comparing it with the competitors.
The new Fit benefits from Honda’s SENSING suite of technologies, which incorporates a stronger body, a new wide-angle front camera, and six airbags.
This brings class-leading features like an automatic collision mitigation braking system, adaptive cruise control, lane keep assist, road departure mitigation, and automatic high-beams to every trim in the line-up.
Furthermore, every Fit comes with hill start assist, vehicle stability assist, automatic brake hold, brake assist, and a 5-star Euro NCAP safety rating.
Honda have been known to be a little more expensive than the Japanese competition - but I do think these are competitively priced. I still maintain that Honda is made by engineers and Toyota is made by accountants.