Fit vs FitSport
Fit and Fit Sport are two different models of Honda cars. One is called the Honda Fit and the other is called the Honda Fit Sport. They have many similar features but, as the names suggest, one is a sports car while the other is a regular sedan. Therefore, they have some very interesting and distinctive features.
The Honda Fit was first launched in 2001 as a subcompact five-door hatchback car. It has since been released once again as a second-generation car in 2008. It is called “Fit” in the United States, China, and Japan and called “Jazz” in many European countries, Asia, Australia, and Africa.
There are many differences between the Honda Fit and the Honda Fit Sports. In the specifications of the two cars, almost everything is similar, and the differentiating factors are only a few.
Engineering The engineering of both cars is the same. Engineering includes things like engine type, which is an inline 4-cylinder on both vehicles; engine block, which is an aluminum alloy cylinder head on both vehicles; Displacement, horsepower, direct ignition system, torque, compression ratio, multi-point fuel injection, throttle system, front-wheel drive, carb emission rate, etc. All of these features are the same on both the Honda Fit and Honda Fit Sport.
Transmission The transmission characteristics of both vehicles are different. The Fit has a 5-speed manual and automatic transmission, while the Fit Sport has a 5-speed manual transmission on available cars without navigation and a 5-speed automatic transmission with dual-mode paddle shifters. Body / Suspension and Chassis Features
All features such as unit body construction, suspension, stabilizer bar, wheel turns, steering ratio, etc. they are the same in Fit and Fit Sport. The difference lies in the wheels. Fit has 15″ full-cage wheels with 175/65 R15 84S all-season tires, while Fit Sport has 16″ full-cage wheels with 185/55 R16 83H all-season tires.
Inside and outside measurements Exterior and interior measurements are the same, except for curb weight. Fit and Fit Sport curb weight without navigation is the same as 2496/2577, but with navigation on Fit Sport the curb weight is 2540/2617.
Other features Other features like mileage and safety features are the same. Safety features on both vehicles are standard. In the exterior features, everything is the same, except for the multi-reflector halogen headlamps, which are gray on Fit and black on Fit Sport. In comfort features, the Fit Sport has cruise control along with phone, navigation and audio. All other features are standard for both. Seating features are standard for both cars. In the audio system, the Fit has four speakers, while the Fit Sport has six speakers. Instrumentation is also standard on the Honda Fit and Honda Fit Sport.
1. Fit has a 5-speed automatic and manual transmission, while Fit Sport has
A 5-speed manual transmission on available cars without navigation and a
5-speed automatic transmission with dual-mode paddle shifters.
2. Fit has 15″ full-cover wheels and all-season tires: 175/65 R15 84S, while
Fit Sport has 16″ full-cage wheels with all-season tires: 185/55 R16 83H.
3. Fit and Fit Sport curb weight without navigation is the same as
it’s 2496/2577 but with navigation on Fit Sport the curb weight is 2540/2617.
4. In comfort features, the Fit sport has cruise control along with phone, navigation
and audio; Fit has cruise control.
5. In the audio system, Fit has four speakers, while Fit Sport has six speakers.