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Honda Fit Gas Mileage: 2007 – 2013

While the subcompact Honda Fit was first introduced to the US in the 2007 model year, it was first released in Japan way back in 2001. The Fit produces solid gas mileage figures, with highway ratings in the mid-thirty mile per gallon (MPG) range. The diminutive five door is remarkably popular in the UK and Europe, where it’s known as the Honda Jazz. The Fit ably fills the entry-level niche in the Honda lineup, long held by the Civic.

The 2013 Honda Fit is equipped with a 1.5 liter four cylinder VTEC engine that produces 117 horsepower and 106 foot pounds of torque. The Fit can be configured with a 5-speed manual or 5-speed automatic transmission. In Fit Sport trim, the automatic tranny is controlled via steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters. An all-wheel-drive version of the Fit is available in Japan. There’s no word if or when an AWD Fit will become available here in the States.

The big news for 2013 is the arrival of the 100% Electric Fit EV. The Fit EV’s 20kWh lithium-ion battery can be recharged in as little as three hours from a 240V charger. The Fit EV’s electric motor produces a whopping 189 foot-pounds of torque … a 77 percent increase over the conventionally-powered Fit.



Check out our Honda Fit Review:

Honda Fit Gas Mileage – 2007-2013

Year Manf. Model Engine Disp. Trans. City Hwy. Comb. Fuel
2013 Honda Fit EV EV EV Auto (A1) 132 105 118 Electricity
2013 Honda Fit 4 cyl. 1.5 liter Manual 5-spd 27 33 29 Regular
2013 Honda Fit 4 cyl. 1.5 liter Auto 5-spd 28 35 31 Regular
2013 Honda Fit 4 cyl. 1.5 liter Auto (S5) 27 33 30 Regular
2012 Honda Fit 4 cyl. 1.5 liter Manual 5-spd 27 33 29 Regular
2012 Honda Fit 4 cyl. 1.5 liter Auto 5-spd 28 35 31 Regular
2012 Honda Fit 4 cyl. 1.5 liter Auto (S5) 27 33 30 Regular
2011 Honda Fit 4 cyl. 1.5 liter Auto 5-spd 28 35 31 Regular
2011 Honda Fit 4 cyl. 1.5 liter Manual 5-spd 27 33 29 Regular
2011 Honda Fit 4 cyl. 1.5 liter Auto (S5) 27 33 30 Regular
2010 Honda Fit 4 cyl. 1.5 liter Auto 5-spd 28 35 31 Regular
2010 Honda Fit 4 cyl. 1.5 liter Manual 5-spd 27 33 29 Regular
2010 Honda Fit 4 cyl. 1.5 liter Auto (S5) 27 33 30 Regular
2009 Honda Fit 4 cyl. 1.5 liter Auto 5-spd 28 35 31 Regular
2009 Honda Fit 4 cyl. 1.5 liter Manual 5-spd 27 33 29 Regular
2009 Honda Fit 4 cyl. 1.5 liter Auto (S5) 27 33 30 Regular
2008 Honda Fit 4 cyl. 1.5 liter Auto 5-spd 27 34 30 Regular
2008 Honda Fit 4 cyl. 1.5 liter Manual 5-spd 28 34 31 Regular
2008 Honda Fit 4 cyl. 1.5 liter Auto (S5) 27 33 29 Regular
2007 Honda Fit 4 cyl. 1.5 liter Auto 5-spd 27 35 30 Regular
2007 Honda Fit 4 cyl. 1.5 liter Manual 5-spd 28 34 31 Regular
2007 Honda Fit 4 cyl. 1.5 liter Auto (S5) 27 34 29 Regular

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#1 John Doe on 08.28.08 at 11:51 am

These cars get great gas mileage. If you keep the RPMs under 2 1/2, you can get up to 42 MPG city/HWY mixed driving. At HWY Speeds keeping velocity of 55-60mph will help increase you mileage with tires set at 40 PSI. Thanks Honda!!

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