2017 Honda Fit vs 2017 Toyota Yaris
Hatchbacks are becoming increasingly popular among all types of drivers—commuters, students, first-time drivers, and more—thanks to their efficiency, maneuverability, and cargo capacity. To show how Honda’s stylish Fit hatchback stacks up against the competition, Howdy Honda put together a comparison of the 2017 Honda Fit LX vs the 2017 Toyota Yaris 5-Door L.
A comparison of the base trim of both models shows that the Honda Fit ultimately offers more value for your dollar than the Toyota Yaris. For starters, the Fit offers more horsepower and better fuel economy for a more fun, carefree drive. The Fit also offers more standard features than the Yaris, like keyless entry and cruise control. Lastly, the Fit offers a foot more in cargo space.
|2017 Fit LX CVT Automatic||vs||
2017 Toyota Yaris
Horsepower /Fuel Economy (mpg)
|Standard||Keyless Entry||Upgrade Required|
|Standard||Cruise Control||Upgrade Required|
|16.6||Cargo Capacity (cu. ft.)||15.6|
2017 Honda Fit at Howdy Honda
The 2017 Honda Fit was designed to maximize size and utility of its space. The result? It's really quite incredible. The Fit’s 2nd-row Magic Seat allows the versatile seat bench to transform into four modes: Utility, Long, Tall, and Refresh. The four cargo modes are outlined below:
Utility Mode | Fold down the 2nd-row Magic Seat for up to 52 cubic feet of cargo capacity
Long Mode | Fold down the passenger-side seats to fit longer cargo like a ladder or a kayak
Tall Mode | Remove the headrests and fold up the back seats for four feet of vertical space
Refresh Mode | Fold back the front seats and recline the rear seats for a nap or resting place