|2016 Honda Fit EX-L||2016 Ford Fiesta Titanium|
|130-hp, 1.5-liter I4||Engine||120-hp, 1.6-liter I4|
|*38-mpg hwy, 32-mpg city||Fuel Economy||36-mpg hwy, 28-mpg city|
|95.7 cubic-feet||Passenger Volume||85.1 cubic-feet|
|HondaLink Next Generation||Infotainment||SYNC 3|
2016 Honda Fit EX-L vs 2016 Ford Fiesta Titanium
If you want a vehicle that is fun to drive, efficient, and packed with plenty of great technology, the two compact cars offered from Honda and Ford are two of the best options out there today! This 2016 Honda Fit EX-L vs 2016 Ford Fiesta Titanium comparison looks at the two top trims that each vehicle is offered in and all of the great features that are offered in them. So which one of these two is right for you?
As the table above shows, the 2016 Honda Fit EX-L has a more powerful and more fuel efficient engine than the 2016 Ford Fiesta Titanium. While 10 horsepower isn’t a lot, you will certainly feel the zip off the line. The table also shows that there is over 10 more cubic feet of passenger volume in the Fit! This shows us that even though both vehicles can seat five people, those people will be far less cramped in the 2016 Honda Fit EX-L than they would be in the 2016 Ford Fiesta Titanium.
2016 Honda Fit EX-L Comes Fully Loaded
One thing that nobody can deny is that the 2016 Honda Fit EX-L comes with all of the great technology and amenities that anyone could ever need in a compact car. The vehicle features several excellent comfort options including heated, leather seats. It also comes equipped with a push-button start, a leather wrapped steering wheel, and HondaLink Next Generation, for all of your connectivity needs!
While both of these vehicles come with tons of technology and comfort, only one of them can be right for you. If you would like to explore the 2016 Honda Fit EX-L vs 2016 Ford Fiesta Titanium comparison in deeper detail, we recommend you get in touch with one of our Planet Honda sales team members today!
* Based on 2016 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions and other factors.