2015 Honda Fit proves that small cars can be very safe
The natural assumption is that larger cars are safer in accidents. It makes sense, as there is more cushion protecting you in a bigger car. Plus, there have been instances of small cars not exactly being great in accidents. But this often tends to be based on the manufacturer – as Honda recently proved. The popular Honda Fit subcompact recently scored the highest possible safety rating in testing done by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
The 2015 Honda Fit safety scores are just the latest praise being thrown on the Honda subcompact. It’s already being lauded for offering an incredible amount of cargo space for its size. Thanks to the Honda Magic Seat, the Fit can contort to offer a variety of different cargo space considerations.
As for the Honda Fit safety features, the vehicle is equipped with a large amount of technology and standard safety features that make it one of the safest – if not the safest – option in the segment. It all starts with the Advanced Compatibility Engineering body structure. Other features that make it one of the safer options on the market include driver and front passenger airbags, side curtain airbags, motion-adaptive electric power steering, hill start assist, expanded driver’s mirror, Honda LaneWatch, rearview camera and much more.
Interested in seeing the Honda Fit safety features in action? Stop over to Honda of Burien and try out the car in person to see all that it has to offer.