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2015 Honda Fit Prices Paid and Buying Experience

ClairesClaires Chicago areaPosts: 1,222
edited May 2015 in Honda
Welcome to Edmunds discussion dedicated to 2015 Honda Fit purchase experiences. If you've recently purchased a 2015 Fit, please share your experience here. If you have leasing questions, please visit the 2015 Honda Fit Leasing Questions forum.

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  • henrynhenryn Houston, TXPosts: 2,575
    edited January 2015
    totally amazing how dead this thread is, considering the activity in the CR-V and Accord Prices Paid threads.

    Anyone have a clue what the going rates are on new Fit's? Invoice, $500 under invoice, ??
    2018 Ford F150 XLT Crew Cab, 2016 Chrysler Town & Country Touring
  • isellhondasisellhondas Issaquah WashingtonPosts: 20,225
    Fits had a pathetic spread between invoice and MSRP and I suspect this hasn't changed.

    I can't answer your question since I'm retired. It all depends on supply vs. demand.

    Funny how that works!
  • patl4patl4 Posts: 5
    I've left pricing comments in 1-2 other categories here about my Nov. purchase of a 2015 Fit EX. Using the AAA/TrueCar discount program I had one dealership offer OTD price of $20,197 knocking off the add-ons prices that could reach $1078. Dealer #2 offered to help find my Blue color and gave me $20,000 OTD. And that did include most of the add-on items. I'm in Florida with 7% tax...The Blue color was nearly impossible to find in the EX model. Any on order were weeks behind the delivery schedule. Dealer #2 got a call from another dealer needing one of their cars and that dealer had the Blue EX that I had waited weeks to locate.
    It's now the end of April '15 and its running great, getting excellent gas mileage (35+mpg, my #'s) (36+mpg on the dash), with many trips hitting well into the 40's and some at 50mpg.
    My only complaint may be with the brakes. When at a complete stop, it seems that the slightest release of pressure off of the brake pedal, the car moves forward. I have never had that happen before in 40 yrs of driving.
    Besides that, I love the sunroof and the modern electronics, some I may never get to use. Cargo room is excellent. My medium size drum-set fit with room to spare. And nearly double mpg from my 1997 CR-V, that's now owned by my next door neighbor. Finally, I bought the 8 yr Honda warranty (on top of $20K) which ended up a little cheaper than AAA's, where my last extended warranty came from.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,238
    patl4 said:

    I've left pricing comments in 1-2 other categories here about my Nov. purchase of a 2015 Fit EX. Using the AAA/TrueCar discount program I had one dealership offer OTD price of $20,197 knocking off the add-ons prices that could reach $1078. Dealer #2 offered to help find my Blue color and gave me $20,000 OTD. And that did include most of the add-on items. I'm in Florida with 7% tax...The Blue color was nearly impossible to find in the EX model. Any on order were weeks behind the delivery schedule. Dealer #2 got a call from another dealer needing one of their cars and that dealer had the Blue EX that I had waited weeks to locate.
    It's now the end of April '15 and its running great, getting excellent gas mileage (35+mpg, my #'s) (36+mpg on the dash), with many trips hitting well into the 40's and some at 50mpg.
    My only complaint may be with the brakes. When at a complete stop, it seems that the slightest release of pressure off of the brake pedal, the car moves forward. I have never had that happen before in 40 yrs of driving.
    Besides that, I love the sunroof and the modern electronics, some I may never get to use. Cargo room is excellent. My medium size drum-set fit with room to spare. And nearly double mpg from my 1997 CR-V, that's now owned by my next door neighbor. Finally, I bought the 8 yr Honda warranty (on top of $20K) which ended up a little cheaper than AAA's, where my last extended warranty came from.


    Congrats on the new Fit! That's a lot of car for $20K

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