|2015 Honda Fit EX||2015 Honda Fit EX-L|
|6-speed manual||Standard Transmission||Continuously variable|
|32 mpg combined*||Fuel Economy||35 mpg combined*|
|Cloth trim||Cabin Materials||Leather trim|
2015 Honda Fit EX vs. EX-L
The world was introduced to Twitter in March of 2006. Not everyone understood the character of the medium after its initial launch, however. In fact, “Isn’t that the same as a Facebook status update?” was a question that could still be heard as late as 2010. If you’ve landed here and still find yourself asking that question, the answer is “no.” No, it is not.
Nonetheless, Twitter is certainly not alone with respect to the social path it had to pave for itself. Naturally, a culture takes time to adjust to something it’s never seen before—particularly if that something is poised to revolutionize the culture into which it is introduced.
In the same way that Twitter revolutionized the way in which information is shared, Honda Fit revolutionized the subcompact vehicle segment. At a time when subcompacts barely included power windows, Honda Fit proved that affordability and fuel efficiency could very well be married with attitude and convenience. By all means, the 2015 Honda Fit is a next generation extension of that basic formula. And in an effort to avoid any lingering questions about the popular hatchback, Continental is offering a quick comparison of the 2015 Honda EX vs. EX-L.
Comparing 2015 Honda Fit EX and EX-L
It’s important to note that EX and EX-L are only two of Honda Fit’s three feature packages. Fit is also offered in an entry level LX package, details about which are available on the Continental Honda blog. By process of elimination, this means that EX and EX-L are the top two trim levels put together for Honda Fit drivers. As upper-end options for the 2015 Honda Fit, there are a number of features that EX and EX-L naturally share in common. Both models are standardly equipped with fog lamps, Honda LaneWatch™, and push-button ignition. There are some distinctions to be made when comparing the 2015 Honda Fit EX vs. EX-L, however. Whereas drivers have to option for the CVT with Honda Fit EX, EX-L drivers enjoy that transmission standard. The 2015 EX-L also includes leather touches on the seats, steering wheel and shift knob, as well as heated side mirrors and available navigation.
Regardless of what model is a good Fit for you, Chicago-area drivers have the opportunity to play a role in the subcompact revolution. Compare the 2015 Honda EX vs. EX-L at Continental Honda in Countryside for more information.
[*] 29 city/37 highway/32 combined mpg rating for LX and EX 6MT models. 33 city/41 highway/36 combined mpg rating for LX CVT model. 32 city/38 highway/35 combined mpg rating for EX and EX-L CVT models. Based on 2015 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle.