The 2017 Honda Fit Technology Features: Safe, Convenient, Connected

  • 2017 Honda Fit

    The 2017 Honda Fit technology features lift it up above so many of its competing hatchbacks, giving West Michigan drivers access to advanced safety, connectivity, and convenience features while remaining easily affordable. Whether you are looking at convenience features, entertainment and connectivity, or safety, it’s clear that Honda has put the Fit at the cutting edge of auto tech features.

Convenience and Comfort

Every inch of the Fit interior has been optimized for driver convenience and passenger comfort, and that means putting the 2017 Honda Fit technology features and their controls within reach. These features make that possible:


Honda Fit

Steering Wheel–Mounted Controls: Keep your focus on the drive without giving up control of media and tech features. Steering wheel–mounted controls for cruise, phone, audio, navigation, and more let you keep your hands on the wheel while on the road.

Honda Fit

Center Console: The Fit center console sports a USB port to connect to the audio system as well as a 12-volt power outlet, letting you charge your gadgets on the go. Keep those necessities in one place so you can quickly grab them when it’s time to go.

Honda Fit

Heated Seating: Available heated front seating ensures that the Fit is comfortable year-round, even in the fiercest West Michigan winters.

Honda Fit

Eco Assist: The Fit is built for efficiency, but a big part of that is using the Eco Assist feature to make you a more efficient driver. Blue bars on the side of the speedometer turn greener and greener as you drive more efficiently so you can get the most out of every drop of fuel.

Honda Fit

Keyless Technologies: Push-button start and Smart Entry mean you may never have to fish around for your keys again. The Fit can detect when you’re near and automatically unlock the doors; then just sit behind the wheel and press the “start” button to head off.

Connectivity and Entertainment

Whether it’s a standard feature like Bluetooth HandsFreeLink or the available Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation System, the Fit offers a wide range of features to keep you both connected and entertained behind the wheel.


Honda Fit Bluetooth

Bluetooth HandsFreeLink: Pair your smartphone or other device with the Fit to stream audio wirelessly and make hands-free phone calls without worrying about a tangle of cables. After one pairing, the Fit will automatically connect for your convenience, keeping you connected at all times.

Honda Fit Touch Screen

Display Audio Touchscreen: This 7-inch Display Audio touchscreen brings advanced controls to select Fit models, letting you manage media, Bluetooth, and vehicle settings with just a few taps.

Honda Fit USB

USB and HDMI: Plug a device in through the standard USB port to stream audio or charge it up—or use the available HDMI port to take control of the Display Audio screen so your passengers can enjoy some entertainment on the road.

Honda Fit Hondalink

HondaLink: Honda’s exclusive telematics system takes your social media feeds, digital radio, podcasts, music, and more and lets you stream any and all of them through the audio system. The app on your phone keeps you connected to the Fit and allows quick and easy scheduling of maintenance—available on EX and EX-L trims.

Honda Fit Navigation

Navigation: EX-L models have a satellite-linked navigation system available that brings turn-by-turn directions to the Fit as well as traffic re-routing, points of interest, and voice controls.

Advanced Safety

Last but certainly not least, the 2017 Honda Fit technology features include some of the most necessary and advanced safety amenities found in the subcompact class. These features help make other drivers aware of you and give you an extra set of eyes on the road to help improve safety:


Honda Fit Daytime Running Lamps

Daytime Running Lights: A big part of safety is ensuring you’re seen by other drivers, and while the Fit’s eye-catching good looks help with that, the standard daytime running lights help illuminate the front end and make you even more visible to other drivers.

Honda Fit Vehicle Stability Assist

Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA): This standard safety feature can sense when the Fit is undergoing oversteer or understeer and correct it with engine adjustments and automatic braking to return control to the driver. It can also detect a loss of traction on slick pavement and compensate for it.

Honda Fit Rearview Camera

Multi-Angle Rearview Camera: Each Fit sports a multi-angle rearview camera with top-down, wide-angle, and standard views of what’s behind the vehicle. Shift into reverse and the view pops up on the in-dash display, complete with guidelines for easy parking and backing up.

Honda Fit Lanewatch

Honda LaneWatch: This blind-spot camera system is on EX and EX-L trims and uses a passenger-mirror-mounted camera to expand your view of what’s on the rear passenger side of the Fit. Signal to merge right or press a button and see what LaneWatch sees.

Test Drive a Honda

The 2017 Honda Fit technology features work to make your life easier, safer, and more enjoyable. Let us show you how intuitive the controls are with a test drive. Visit a West Michigan Honda Dealer near you today to get behind the wheel of the new Fit and see firsthand how much fun it is to drive.

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