2016 Honda Fit vs. 2016 Toyota Yaris

 2016 Honda Fit vs. 2016 Toyota Yaris
1.5-litre, 16-valve, Direct Injection, DOHC, i-VTEC® 4-cylinder ENGINE 1.5 Litre, 4-Cylinder, DOHC 16-valve 4-cylinder engine
130 @ 6600 HORSEPOWER 106 @ 6,000 rpm
114 @ 4600 TORQUE 103 @ 4,200 rpm
8.1 L/100Km city, 6.4 L/100 km hwy FUEL ECONOMY 7.8 L/100 km city, 6.6L/100 km hwy
 2016 Honda Fit vs. 2016 Toyota Yaris

Subcompact hatchbacks are some of the most convenient, practical, fuel efficient vehicles on the market today, and they’re becoming increasingly popular because they’re extremely affordable. Most subcompact hatchbacks available nowadays get more than 30 mpg on the highway, with similar numbers in the city. They’re easy to park in the hustle and bustle of inner city streets, and they’re good at maneuvering in and out of heavy traffic. Drivers who choose a subcompact will definitely find value in their investment and will appreciate the money saved on fuel costs.

Test drive the 2016 Honda Fit with Formula Honda Looking at the overall performance, both vehicles are equipped with similar size engines and automatic transmissions as well as front-wheel drive for smooth, easy handling. Overall, the Honda Fit is slightly more powerful and fuel efficient.

Safety is covered extensively in both vehicles with standard brake assist systems, child safety door locks, electronic traction control and low tire pressure indicators. In addition to the features, both the Toyota Yaris and the Honda Fit received a 5-star rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration for the Front Crash Test on the driver’s side. Standard features are also similar with standard climate control systems, outside temperature gauges and MP3 players for entertainment. These subcompact hatchbacks both offer seating for five passengers.

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