2010 Honda Fit Values

Select a 2010 Honda Fit trim level

2010 model year changes

Following a complete redesign in 2009, Honda's subcompact Fit hatchback sees no big changes for 2010.


Competitive comparison

Space-efficient design; excellent seats; nimble handling; safety and convenience features not usually found in an inexpensive small car


Special features for 2010

The Fit appeals to frugal shoppers who want the most space and versatility in a very small, easy-to-park size. Thanks to its tall, upright body style and newly improved Magic Seat setup, the Fit is arguably the most space-efficient vehicle in its class and is one of the few vehicles its size with a back seat roomy enough for most adults. Performance is a step above many rivals, with nimble handling, a perky engine and an available 5-speed automatic. Safety is also a strong point for the Fit, with standard anti-lock brakes across the model line and available electronic stability control on the Sport trim.




The 2010 Honda Fit is a five-passenger subcompact hatchback that is big on features and fuel economy. Power comes in the form a 1.5L 115 hp four-cylinder engine. Transmission choices are a five-speed manual or a five-speed automatic. The Fit has an EPA fuel economy rating of 27 mpg in the city and 33 mpg on the highway. ABS and side-curtain airbags are just a few of the many standard safety features on the 2010 Honda Fit.