Honda Fit vs Chevrolet Sonic


These days, there’re some wonderful options on offer in the sub-compact segment. Actually, the offerings are getting too close to one another in terms of general quality, which can make it difficult to settle for the best one. One of the heated battles in the sub-compact category is the Honda Fit and Chevrolet Sonic.

This battle is a good example of two leading brand in the industry bringing their top car in the sub-compact category. The Honda Fit and Chevrolet Sonic are inexpensive, fun-to-drive, efficient and also packed with the attributes drivers would like. So the question now is which one will suit you better? Continuing reading to know the comparison between these two cars.

Honda Fit vs Chevrolet Sonic


Interior Comfort & Space: The 2015 Honda Fit‘s recently redesigned cabin leads in this category. It is both modern and roomy. Even rear-seat passengers have charitable amounts of legroom. The 60/40 split Magic rear-seat gives innovative cargo solutions. By simply flipping the seat bottom-up, you can make floor-to-roof space for taller items, which wouldn’t usually fit in a sub-compact. The Chevrolet Sonic is not really much behind when it comes to the passenger’s comfort. Even tall drivers could find the ideal position behind the wheel. Often used gauges and controls are easy to access. All sitting arrangements offer remarkable head- and legroom.

Honda Fit vs Chevrolet Sonic

With the back seat of the 2015 Honda Fit folded-down, motorists can fit around 52.7 cubic-feet of cargo in the car at once and the 2015 Chevrolet Sonic hatchback body configuration offers only 47.7 cubic-feet of luggage space with the back seats folded down.

Tech Specs

When it comes to the performance, the new Chevy Sonic beats out the new Honda Fit in both standard power as well as different engine offerings. The Chevy Sonic comes with a 1.8-Liter 4-cylinder engine, which is capable of producing 138-hp as well as 125 lb-ft of torque.

Honda Fit vs Chevrolet Sonic

Customers looking to get additional boost can go for the available turbocharged model of the 1.8-Liter engine that keeps the horsepower steady at 138 while boosting the torque to 148 lb-ft. The Honda Fit, however, comes with only one engine option, a 1.5-Liter 4-cylinder that produces an inferior 130-hp and 114 lb-ft of torque.

Honda Fit vs Chevrolet Sonic

The 2015 Sonic also comes standard with OnStar telecommunications that offers you with emergency crash as well as stolen vehicle alert systems along with remote door unlocking. The Sonic likewise has a standard 4G LTE and Wi-Fi connectivity, enabling as much as seven gadgets to connect to the Web. The 2015 Honda Fit does not offer any kind of Internet connection, and the telecommucations is only offer as part of a more expensive upgrade.

Honda Fit vs Chevrolet Sonic


The new Chevrolet Sonic shows a worthy contender in the sub-compact hatchback class. The Chevy Sonic begins at the affordable cost of $14,845, while, the new Honda Fit MSRP starts at $15,650.

Honda Fit vs Chevrolet Sonic


Both Honda Fit and Chevrolet Sonic have a great deal to offer, but it’s a win for the Sonic. Its engine options offer enough pep for both highway merging and around-town driving. When driving, the Chevy Sonic achieves great fuel mileage. The cabin is comfortable and roomy, and passengers can also choose from a various infotainment options. High standards in safety can give you more satisfaction and peace of mind.

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